Daybird is making a new category of hot chicken

This week's obsession: Mei Lin's new Sichuan hot chicken restaurant in Silver Lake.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • April 11, 2021
The Szechuan hot chicken sandwich from Daybird, Mei Lin’s new restaurant in Silver Lake, is a thing of beautiful excess. The rust-red fried chicken protrudes from the bun and hangs aggressively over the side like a large tongue. It’s engagingly...
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