If you're looking for authentic Southern cooking, there's a heaping of it here. Think pecan-fried chicken breast, corn fritters, fried green tomatoes and okra gumbo. Then, wrap things up with dessert, including delights as World War II-style Coca-Cola cake, pecan pie with ice cream, banana pudding, and blueberry cobbler. Named after a housekeeper who formerly looked after the restaurant's owner, the once inconspicuous place now attracts lines plus the likes of the Food Network's Anthony Bourdain. L and D (Tu-Su).