Rest in peace, dear Mama Dip. We all love you and your wonderful food! May the good lord bless you and keep you forever.
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We always like to go here when we want Southern food. We took some out-of-state family there last week, where the orders included chitlins and chicken livers. L.D. said his chitlins were very good, but not the best that he's ever had. The rest of...More
We stopped here on the suggest of a friend while in town for a wedding. I've never had sweet potato pancakes before but I'll never want regular pancakes again!! The pecan and sweet potato pie were excellent. Definitely would go back.
I'm interested in trying new places with my wife and heard from local UNC students that this is the place we should try. We arrived as they began to open. When we walked in, we could hear the oqner and staff arguing and that had...More
If you love soul food / country cooking, then you’ve got to eat here. We loved the fried chicken and pork chops, the greens and Mac and cheese, and the pecan and sweet potato pies. The service was friendly but not necessarily the fastest, even...More
The food, with a very distinctive southern flavor, is always well prepared and tasty. Collards are some of the best
Portions were huge for meat and small for sides. Vegans or vegetarians need I forget it. Lots of fried foods. It was expensive for what it was and just ok.
We were delighted to try this restaurant as we heard a lot about it from locals. I had the fried chicken and some sides, though I can't say that I was totally impressed. Don't get me wrong, the food was good, but not entirely memorable....More
We tried this place for lunch it was great the staff was welcoming the chicken is great i had the chricken and dumplings they where amazing
My family has been going to Mama Dips for decades starting when Mama Dip herself ran the kitchen in a little hole in the wall restaurant across the street from where the restaurant is now. What we liked about it was the freshness of the...More