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  • Southern & Soul
  • 364 W 110th St, New York NY10025 40.801462 -73.960859
  • (Btwn Columbus & Manhattan Ave)
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  • (212) 865-6744
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User Ratings (Based on 48 reviews)

3.345
Food 3.8 Value 3.3
Service 2.9 Atmosphere 3.2

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 865-6744
voice
(212) 865-0700
Fax:
fax
(212) 865-0854
Website:
www.spoonbreadinc.com
Place Order:
Order From Miss Mamie's Spoonbread Too for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Mon-Thu: 12pm-10pm Sat: 12pm-11pm Sun: 11am-9:30pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Kid-friendly, Outdoor Dining, Live Entertainment, Delivery, Online Reservations, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
15.00

User Reviews

  • Miss Mamie's Spoonbread Too

    Posted by David on 08/27/2008

    Cute, Tasty Place, Terrible Service

    I've been a customer of Spoonbread for three years now and still can't resist the fried shrimp with mac and cheese and candied yams. However, I am continually discouraged with the service I find here. This place would far outshine Amy Ruth's (one of my other favorite soul food places) if only they could get their act together. I've had lost orders, lost delivery people, wrong orders delivered, and been told to call back later when placing an order. Seriously, with abysmal service like that, it's clear the only reason they're staying in business is their delicious homestyle recipes.

  • Miss Mamie's Spoonbread Too

    Posted by wow on 02/17/2008

    niiiiiiice

    amazing chicken. delivery came in 7 minutes. got a whole chicken. came out to $15 with tax and tip. only problem was girlfriend ate almost half (she doesn't usually like chicken too). deeeeecent.

  • Miss Mamie's Spoonbread Too

    Posted by From the Neighborhood on 11/02/2007

    What's Southern Food w/out Hospitality

    I have lived in the neighborhood for about 5 yrs. We tried Spoonbread the first day and it was good the service was fun everyone talked to everyone. Typical Southern Hospitality. I have seen the food and the hospitality get worse as time goes by. I don't know if they changed cooks or what but the food has gotten really salty and you never know if it will be over cooked or under cooked. The mac n' cheese is just not that good anymore. We used to order take out weekly and the portions have gotten smaller and they rarely get the meal right. Then if you call them and let them know that something is wrong they say you are mistaken. Hello, I ordered it I should know what I asked for. Not to mention that when you advertise delivery, you should have delivery... not sorry but we are not delivering tonight (for whatever reason). The service has also just gotten terrible. You need the customer not the other way around so you should act like it. Good service is not that hard and is expected and friendly staff would be a plus... Honestly, I feel like Spoonbread is getting by because of a reputation set by another generation and is just not the same anymore. Eventually people will forget that reputation and quit coming. Especially with all the fabulous places that are opening up in the area... Maybe a little competition will light a fire in the hearth and we will see some good southern cookin' coming from the kitchen that might live up to the reputation. Maybe someone should call Gordon Ramsey and let him get things back on track... I miss the old Spoonbread...

  • Miss Mamie's Spoonbread Too

    Posted by critic on 03/09/2007

    not that serious

    spoobreads foods ok, but not that serious. the service is poor. they have a lot of favoritism, and it cant be like that all the time, or you miss out on potential new customers, that'll make your favorites look cheap. not the best mac and cheese.

  • Miss Mamie's Spoonbread Too

    Posted by Anonymous on 02/26/2007

    Poor service

    The food was fine—a bit salty, but good collard greens and mac & cheese—but the service was poor. There were several empty tables when we came in but we just stood around until one of us finally asked if we could seat ourselves. We waited 20 minutes for menus, and when no one seemed to be planning on coming to take our order, I casually signalled the waitress. She didn't acknowledge me, so I leaned over a few minutes later and said nicely, "I think we're ready to order," to which she responded, "I heard you the first time." Once we ordered, we got cornbread about 20 minutes later and waited over an hour for our food. The service was generally unsmiling, and we had to ask for refills of water, which were grudgingly given. I'd say the food's not good enough to go back for service with such an attitude.

  • Miss Mamie's Spoonbread Too

    Posted by Anonymous on 01/20/2007

    High prices, poor service, mediocre food

    Overpriced food served with a poor attitude in a charmless environment. If you want really good soul food, go elsewhere. There's no good reason to put up with the food and service at Spoonbread.

  • Miss Mamie's Spoonbread Too

    Posted by Southern gal on 01/05/2007

    Overpriced food and poor service

    My husband and I are from Tennessee and Texas. We were both excited to have Southern food at Miss Mamie's. We ordered take out. The food portions were not comparable to what one would be served in restaurant. We paid $3 bucks for sweet tea to go and it was 8oz....amazing tea but we felt ripped off by the size. We ordered the bbq chicken and fried chicken. The bbq chicken was alright but wasn't the best we'd had and the fried chicken was dry. Our order was messed up and we didn't get any bread. Very poor service and overpriced food. We will NOT eat there again. I would rather go to the trouble of making homecooked Southern food myself.

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