225 W 28th St, New York, NY | Directions 1000140.747774 -73.994635
Monday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Tuesday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Wednesday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Thursday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Friday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Saturday 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Neighborhoods: Chelsea, Midtown
everything was just Okay – the lemonade was great.... but nothing impressive other than that! I don't think I will go back again! I will visit Amy Ruth's if I want to have good soul food!!
This Place is CLOSED!! – Went to check it out and it was "Retail Space For Lease" Just when I thought I was getting Fish and Grits :o(
Another just good Soul Food place – When it comes to finding soul food, Soul Fixins fills the Garment District void. The service is great, friendly chefs and servers. The place is small and too bad there's no park nearby to sit & eat. The food is good, though definitely no-frills. No hoopin and hollerin over finding out the recipe, and the portion of BBQ chicken was a little on the skimpy side. I would go back again, though, since it's close to me and I cannot find food like this (for this price and short wait time) in this area.
Hearty portions of no-frills soul food keep lunch crowds and sports fans full and happy. – The Scene
There's nothing fancy about this small soul food spot near Madison Square Garden--which the pre-event crowd and older regulars think is just fine. The tables are few, the carpet is industrial grade and the food is served cafeteria-style, making it all the easier to concentrate on.
Strangely, the side dishes are the main attraction. The creamy mac and cheese eschews the exotic gourmet cheese trend and proves that sometimes simple is better. The juicy green beans have an irresistible smoky barbecue taste. Of course, along with two sides, diners also get to choose an entree. The massive hunk of meatloaf is mixed with savory onions and topped with a cloyingly sweet sauce, while the flaky catfish is thickly breaded and a bit heavy on the salt. Having dessert first isn't a bad idea--the sweet potato pie is a velvety, cinnamon-infused pleasure.
Hits: The sides--including the mac and cheese, collard greens, stewed okra, string beans, mashed potatoes and more--are exceptional.
Misses: The atmosphere is a bit drab, meaning you'll want to scarf down your considerable meal and then split.
That's why Fixes your Soul! – This Place worth traveing from Italy to NYC.
Fried Chicken was great, Mashed potatoes and gravy perfect (not waterish at all)
Soundtrack UNIQUE! My fiance has understood what Soul Food Means!
After 15 months we get back here to have a lunch. GREAT! as always. Fried chicken, melting BBQ ribs,. #1!
P.s. Great music too!
Granted, I'm not an expert on soul food (this was probably the first time I've eaten it), but I thought everything here was really delicious!! The okra was probably my favorite. Very tasty. Second is the chicken smothered in gravy, the cornbread and the macaroni and cheese. I don't normally like mac & cheese, but this stuff was good. The sweet potatoes weren't really to my liking. I think I'm not used to that spice they put in it. Probably the best part of this restaurant was the guy behind the counter. He was so helpful. He even let us taste the side dishes because we were undecided on them. The ambience isn't 5-star, but I think it really suits the place. Loved it!! Definitely going back again.
Soul Fixmeup Some More~ – Get your Fix for Southern, cafeteria style soul food, where the prices are cheap and the food is delicious. The service has always been very nice and polite during all hours of operation. Not recommended for big groups as the place is super small.
DEE-LISH-OUS!!! :) – Me and some of my co workers were in the mood for some Soul food and I checked this website out to get some reviews on some places. Soul Fixins got a lot of great reviews and after trying there food today, I say they definitely deserve the praise. Now, I can't tell u how the restaurant and ambiance is because this was a delivery but the food was DELICIOUS. Soul Fixins JUUUST became my new Soul Food spot! :)
Awesome! – Despite the post below, I just moved here from Virginia, and I thought that the food was quite authentic.
Everything that I had was fresh, moist, and perfectly seasoned. The meatloaf, macaroni and cheese, collards, and green beans were particularly delicious.
Their friendly and helpful service, reasonable prices, and generous portions will keep me coming back for more. (And they deliver!)
NYC style "southern food" – I'm perplexed by the rave reviews. Either people haven't been down South or were glad to see an eatery in an empty area. As someone from GA, I felt the sides were mediocre at best, and not seasoned authentically at all. I give props to their fish only since it's something they cook fresh. Good size servings, but the price isn't worth the quality or service. This is a no-table-service cafeteria-style shop with most items premade for you to point-select. Although most Southern dishes must be premade, their food was dry from sitting in the trays. Not much to say about the counter people's service since they just plate the food and hand it over, but I suppose they aren't needlessly rude. Overall, if you're in the neighborhood and need a quick bite, fine, but if you're looking for real and good Southern food, this is not worth your trip.
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