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Traditional American cuisine
Portraits of jazz giants hang on the walls of this perpetually packed two-story Harlem fave. At Amy Ruth’s a bottle of Frank’s RedHot dresses every table – a sign of the soul food goodness to come.
Indeed, the richly battered catfish or the fried chicken and waffles platters (many named for famous African-Americans, including Rev Al Sharpton and Doug E Fresh), served with your choice of white or dark meat, go down peppery-sweet with a splash of the hot stuff.
Titanic helpings of cinnamon-crusted peach cobbler and thickly iced red velvet cake lend the Amy Ruth’s menu a grandmotherly touch.
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Pre-theatre 3 courses menu available from monday to friday 4pm to 7pm.