My family really likes Mama Dip's. It's a simple place where you are warmly welcomed and the food is consistently good. The fried chicken, chicken & dumplings and catfish gumbo are my personal favorites.
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If you want authentic Southern fried chicken, this is the place. Crispy and crunchy batter with a moist and tender chicken that will guaranty that you'll be back. A family run restaurant that delivers the goods. At a reasonable price. You have to hold yourself...More
I went with several others including a couple from the Midwest who wanted to try southern food. It was ok, but I grew up with southern cooking and didn't think it was special. They enjoyed it and I'd probably take people from other regions there...More
I had looked so forward to a visit to this historic establishment! Unfortunately, we visited way too late. I can say the macaroni and cheese was delicious, but everything else was horrible! Customer service definitely is not a priority. Employees looked and acted extremely unhappy...More
I should start by saying that their peach cobbler was DELICIOUS. We were there mid-afternoon on a Saturday, and maybe they were changing shifts or something because we waited maybe an hour and a half before our food came. Our food was pretty good (not...More
The place had mixed reviews and they are right. The food was average nothing special. The Ham steak was very salty to the point it was almost unbeatable. The service was mediocre at best the waiter had to be requested numerous times to bring drinks...More
One of their employees--in uniform--came into our establishment and blatantly stole items off the counter. If this is the kind of person they will hire, who knows what they are doing to your food.
Visited Mama Dips during a short stay in Chapel Hill. I should have known going close to quitting time so possibly mean so-so food...and it did. The manual included comfort food such as pork chops fried chicken chitlins call the greens sweet potatoes chicken and...More
Before picking my son up from Basketball Camp we stopped by for the famous fried chicken - This is one of the old time restaurants in the city - that everyone says you have to stop by! We sat outside (turned out to be a...More
After sampling fried chicken at Mrs. Wilkes' in Savannah, I hoped I was in for a treat. Instead, the fried chicken was dry and tasteless. For what I paid for my quarter chicken meal, I was even more disappointed. The presentation was poor, my string...More