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148 John Frank Ward Blvd
Mcdonough, GA 30253 (Map & Directions)
(770) 914-1540

Cuisine:   Southern, Soul Food
Location: Atlanta - Henry County > Mcdonough
Delivery: No Attire: Smart casual Reservations:
Wifi: No Parking: Alcohol:
Good for Kids: Outdoor Seats: Payment: Accepts Credit Cards
 

User Reviews for Baby Jane's Home Cooking
Shawn posted on 07/14/2012
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Great food and for the price you can't beat it! I go at lunch time once a week and The service is great. Tiffany and Vicki are my two favorite waitress and I enjoy talking to them. Great food and great service and it's affordable.
Peggy posted on 06/09/2011
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I took my parents there for Mother's Day and both they and I loved it. The food was great. They even had deviled eggs and salmon patties, which I have never seen on a buffet. Loved it. Will definitely go back.
Judy posted on 04/23/2011
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The food is delicious. The banana pudding is homemade pudding. I would love the recipe for their sweet potatoes as they are the best I have ever eaten. The price is also great!! Next time I am in the area I will dine there again!!!
Cathy posted on 02/15/2011
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I went to Baby Jane's for the first time this past weekend. My first sight was the cashier sitting outside the front door, smoking a cigarette. Now, if I have a soap box, it's employees smoking at the front door. If I'm going to go eat, I don't want your second hand smoke taste in my mouth as an appetizer. <br /> The adage "you get what you pay for" is definitely at work here at Baby Jane's. The food was mediocre at best. The cabbage and sweet potatoes were not fully cooked i.e. the cabbage was crunchy and the sweet potatoes tasted like dirt in the middle. The fried chicken tasted OK, but was very dry. It looked like a breast that had been cut in thirds. Give me a break. I wanted some banana pudding but it looked so anemic I didn't try it. <br /> The service was not good. We asked for a Diet Coke for my diabetic husband and were brought sweet tea. It took us literally 15 minutes to flag someone down to change it. <br /> There was one bright spot. The rolls were soft and fluffy and tasted homemade. I actually enjoyed them. <br /> So.....yeaaahhhhh. Not going back, and will talk bad about this place until I die.
posted on 03/11/2009
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Very good place to go if you like good home cooking at a cheap price. Most of the food is excellent, although the last time I was there, the only thing I didn't like was the salsbury steak because it tasted like it came from a box. Everything else is great though!


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