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Mitchell's Soul Food
Posted by Mary008205 on 04/04/2010
My daughter is in college in New York and I come from South Jersey to go shopping and enjoy the day with her. We normally go Amie Ruths in Harlem for lunch or dinner. I ask her to find another soul food resturant in New York. She went to Yelp a restuant review website and read the review and Mitchell receive excellent reviews. Well we visted the Mitchell and the food was excellent and on the money. I had the fish dinner and my daughter had the shrimp dinner. The fish and shrimp was fresh not frozen which make a big differnce. the cabbage, potatoes salad, collard greens tremdous. the only thing will did not like was the corn bread. the atmosphere was not in tip top condition but we didn't care . the food was excellent. If you been to amie ruth and sylvia try this resutrant you will not be disappointed. I have a found a new soul food resturant to come to every time i visit new york
Posted by Symone on 02/06/2010
Mitchell's is one of the best Southern restaurants in NYC. It really doesn't get much better than this. The atmosphere is very homey. The decor is less than appealing. However, the people there are sincerely nice and pleasant. I come in from Manhattan at least once a week just to take-out one of there amazing entrees. This is all that I ask for in life, a restaurant that acknowledges that you are there for good food, and gives it to you in a very big way at small prices.
Posted by Crispus Attucks on 08/11/2009
As a person who grew up in southside VA, this place reminds me most of a good home cook meal. The restaurant doesn't look like much. I recommend take out and/or giving yourself plenty of time for delivery. But those shortcomings are very much made up for in the qaulity and the value of the food. Not a fan of the more well known soul food restaurants uptown and throughout the city, but this place is authentic and the real deal. If you want quick service, go to macdonalds. If you want atmosphere, go to Per Se. If you want really authentic southern cooking, this is the place.
Posted by erik on 12/07/2008
Mitchell's has been on Vanderbilt forever, well before the influx of white kids. Want to be served hand and foot, great atmosphere, all the crap we've come to expect? Go somewhere else. Want the best damn fried chicken on the East Coast? Come to Mitchell's.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/15/2008
Food: Over price for the small portions, that one is served..Not tasty.. Service: Slow Value: Over priced Atmosphere: Small and hot. If you decide to eat here, take your food to go..
Posted by enero on 03/02/2008
This is a true diamond in the rough. All these fancy lil eateries all over this neighborhood, but nothing in this category can compete with Mitchell's. The most amazing fried chicken you will EVER have around here! Juicy short ribs that are so tender, you'd be hard pressed to find a bone (coz they've already fallen off in the pot!). Their service is spotty, and hours are kinda weird, but it's totally understandable considering that this is a small family run business. Totally excusable. and totally worth the wait! Always friendly and down to earth. These folks got it right! I am one of the unfortunates that have lives in the neighborhood for years and only recently discovered it. I hope they will be there to clog my arteries for years to come!
Posted by Anonymous on 02/03/2008
The food here is great - If you can get it. The main problem is that they don't always deliver, and there's never any indication of when they do and don't. Also, they're frequently missing stuff. When you can get the food, do. It's great. The fried chicken is fantastic.