Fried chicken, baked chicken, greens, okra, red rice. Don't tell anyone! Great low country cooking cooked by mama.
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Great soul food....authentic in a great example & experience of immersion into the African American community in the Greater Charleston area.... Super filling soul food at a reasonable price!!!
This place is delicious! Expect to stand in line and wait because evidently everybody who's ever tried out absolutely HAS to come back! I had fried chicken, Mac and cheese and lima beans. If you don't eat pork, this is NOT the place for you....More
Food was quite good especially the fried chicken, corn bread, and okra soup. The fried chicken was tasty and very juicy with a light crust. What I liked best about it was that it wasn't overly salted and that was a pleasant surprise. The okra...More
This place is amazing!!! If you are looking for your grandmother's Sunday Dinner, this is the place you want to go. It's small but it packs a lot of flavor.
After dining at what turned out to be my favorite soul food place in Charleston, this place just didn't stack up.Nothing was wrong, and the food was quite good, just not as good. And I regret not ordering the fried chicken which looked spectacular(stupid, stupid,...More
Bertha's is one of Charleston's long standing soul food downhome cooking venues. Bertha's is run by the namesake's daughters. A little tricky to find on upper Meeting street in North Charleston but your GPS will have no trouble. Parking is ample. You place your order...More
The food here is great, real authentic southern cooking. Don't let anyone tell you differently, this place has the best fried chicken and best fried pork chops in Charleston. This family knows how to cook and they have survived because they take pride in the...More
My wife and I went there for lunch. You can eat there or take out. You order at the counter and you have a choice fried chicken or fish. You do not want to pass up the fried chicken! It is the best fried chicken...More