Declared the best fried chicken in New York City by the New York Post, Harlem restaurant also serves other Southern-style staples
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$15 for $30 worth of Southern comfort food for parties of two or more
$30 for $60 worth of Southern comfort food for parties of four or more
Down-home Southern cooking journeys to Harlem at Miss Madue’s Spoonbread Too. Owner, caterer, cookbook author, and unconfirmed superhero Norma Jean Darden honors her Aunt Maude’s family-famous meals. Served Southern style, meals begin with baskets of hot cornbread and are paired with candied yams, mac 'n' cheese, and other comfort sides. Entrees such as southern fried chicken, Louisiana catfish, short ribs, and BBQ ribs have earned the eatery rave reviews from the New York Times, the New York Post, and O, The Oprah Magazine, along with happy customers in veggie- or peach cobbler-induced happy dazes.
Call before going to make sure they are open. I came too late on a Sunday and another time planned to go and they were closed for a few days. Worth the wait. Food was delicious southern fried chicken perfect (and I had a choice of light or dark meat).candied sweet potatoes cabbage was good. I loved the sweet potato pie
Karleen H. ·
October 4, 2014
Mamie's fried chicken is one of the best I've ever had.