The food was delicious & he moved back to Narberth. Prices are high but the food is Authentic New Orleans creole style.
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Daddy Mim's was a very good restaurant. Unfortunately it has closed and was replaced with an Italian restaurant which just doesn't cut the mustard. Food was mediocre and very salty. Had to send the calamari back.
This restaurant is no longer there. This restaurant closed or left Phoenixville months ago. This restaurant is no longer there. This restaurant closed or left Phoenixville months ago.
Daddy Mims closed in Phoenixville and will not give us a refund on our gift cards. Their recommendation is to go to the Narberth restaurant. If I wanted to eat in Narberth, I would have bought a gift certificate for a restaurant in Narberth. I...More
Their website is still up, but the place is closed. The email address does not work, and the phone contact redirects to a different number. In no place does it alert potential clients that the restaurant is closed. I did search the Philadelphia-area obituaries for...More
The place went under! We called about reservations in mid April on a Wednesday. Showed up for dinner two days later to find the sign down and an ad for a new Italian restaurant that was "opening soon". Met four other people in the same...More
My husband and I used to live in Phoenixville and found John Mims little spot. It became a second home for us. The flavors that John puts together are amazing and will definately have you addicted to his menu. They typically have tastign menus too...More
I have positively reviewed this restaurant before. However, we went there two weeks ago for a birthday dinner and found it to be less than we expected and not as good as it was on previous visits. The chef's tasting was heavy. Everything was so...More
Dined there Sat. A few things to mention prior to the food. They've moved next door though they do not go out of their way to let anyone know. Their website does not tell you, nor does the phone message. (don't bother leaving a message,...More
The food was excellent, which made up for some of the timing issues (soups came out ten minutes before the salad, two drinks came five minutes before the rest of them). Sazerac was shaken (heresy in my book) and poured at table (some of it...More