I chose a small dish that included 1 meat and 2 sides plus a cornbread muffin and drink for $9.49. My tastebuds took over from there. The fried chicken was tender and tasty, I enjoyed the macaroni and cheese and the mashed potatoes hit the spot.
I enjoy restaurants that specialize in “fast casual” dining, and Nana’s Soul Food Kitchen does it very well. Nana’s provided a delicious dinner, served to order right in front of us. I ordered the fried catfish with sides of curry rice and pinto beans. Everything was seasoned very well and cooked to perfection. The catfish had a nice crispy crust while the fish itself was flaky and moist. The rice and beans were both very good – the rice a little spicy and the beans tasted like good refried beans that weren’t turned into a paste. I had the opportunity to sample the smothered pork chop, the fried chicken, and the yams. I would recommend all of them. The pork chop was tender and the gravy was thick and rich. The fried chicken was fresh and tasty as well. If you’re looking for some great Southern comfort food, I highly recommend taking a trip to Nana’s.
Nana's Kitchen offers two locations - we visited the one near the airport at 2908 Oak Lake Blvd, Charlotte. Their second location is at 304 Matthews Indian Trail in Indian Trail in the Carolina Courts - which caters to family fun. You can follow Nana's Soul Food Kitchen on facebook or visit them online at www.nanassoulfoodkitchen.com.
Mom About Charlotte Disclaimer: In exchange for this review, our meals were paid for. However, our opinions are our own, and not influenced by the restaurant providing the meal free of charge.