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 food, generous sizes and reasonable prices. Unfortunately the portions have shrunk, especially the fried chicken which use to be large pieces but now are much smaller. The serve staff are always nice and efficient. We still go on occasion but not as often.
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