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Posted by Full n Pleased on 04/11/2011
I will get straight to the point- mmmmm- mmmm good. I went with my boyfriend and I believe we both enjoyed the food! I am still full rt now lol. What I appreciated was how kind the host/waitress/cashier was. We got a complimentary glass of wine to start. he definitely enjoyed his oxtail, mac n cheese, collard greens, & rice n peas. Oxtail were very tender, sauce was perfect and I don't even like oxtails but I sure had some of his. They have this pineapple type spread which was great on the corn muffins. The sample platter appetizer was awesome! We usually don't like to eat cod fish but they had a cod cake on the sampler which was tasty. I absolutely loved the cat fish strips and the jerk wings, and barbeque wings. The collard greens were good too, just add a lil hot sauce. I also had the curry coconut shrimp, spicy but very good. I can honestly say I don't have anything bad to say about this place. The prices were reasonable- we spent $50, got alot of food, enough to take a doggy bag. Me and my BF love to eat lol so we know good food and Soule had some good food! I will definitely be returning for some more cat fish and greens etc etc. lol I got the itis now bout to pass out ..
Posted by Martha on 04/01/2011
I just move to Brooklyn and I happen to walk into soule to get some food to eat and I enjoy everything I order! It was amazing, I will eat there again and again! I am so happy to find such a great place, everybody was nice and friendly!:)
Posted by Anonymous on 03/25/2011
My boyfriend and I went to this spot for Dine-In Week. When we entered the restaurant, the owner (well she appeared to be the owner) greeted us with a smile and asked if we were here for Dine-In Week. She told us to have a seat anywhere. The restaurant was clean and my first impression was that the place was nice and quaint. The owner then brought out one menu for us to read. I think I overheard her say something along the lines of “She didn’t have all the menus printed yet”. Okay, fine. I still wasn’t judging. Funny thing is one of the diners that was already seated overheard her tell us about the “special dine-week menu” and he said “Oh there’s another menu?” I thought that she should have made people aware that this week was Dine-in week especially since they were participating. Now let’s talk about the food. I ordered the chicken-teriyaki with steamed broccoli and rice and peas for dinner. My boyfriend had jerk-chicken for his appetizer. Sounds good right! I guess it would sound good to people who were not us. We actually had to eat it! My chicken was very salty. The pepper was very robust. The overall taste was just too much for me to bear. My boyfriend commented and said that his jerk chicken tasted very old. I mean for 2 for $25 I guess they figured they would just go in the back of the refrigerator and get old food and feed it to us. Upon leaving, the owner never uttered the words “Thanks for coming? Or how was your meal?” She just sat at one of the tables (which she sat at the whole night) and typed on her computer with paperwork scattered about. I would not go there for a date again. So 2 out of 5 stars for me.
Posted by Jake on 01/18/2011
Where I'm not vegetarian anymore, I do like to eat soy or wheat based chicken or beef subs still. You gotta love the Jamaican joints on this side of the hood (Golden Crust with the patties too!) that cater to the vegetarians too. Man...the veggie brown stew chicken here is some tasty ish. Kudos!
Posted by LM on 12/08/2010
This place is one of the first i have eaten at where the people, food & atmosphere make you feel like your right at home. I dine here almost twice a week and my choice of meal is the brown stew chicken, mac&Cheese and candy yams, i eat nice&Slow savoring the taste of each. The rice&Peas is a great substitute for my mac or candy yams when i feel like going all the way yard. I find that weather i dine-in or take out, there i always a healthy amount of food left over which i sometime enjoy for the following days breakfast. Besides the awesome food, the service is great. The waitresses are cute & always serve carefully with positive attitudes therefore i will continue to eat here no matter what some people may say. Soule is my "Safe haven of international cuisine with a little piece of home on the side".
Posted by CA on 07/11/2010
I ordered to take out.I ordered barbecue chicken,rice and peas and macaroni and cheese and a side order of mixed vegetables $14.03.What I got was hard old chicken(at least two days old),dry burnt rice and peas and five day old macaroni cheese,the top cheese covering looked was hard as a rock.I have ate there one time before,the food was great.Managers need to stay on top of what is going on .This will be my last time.I do not play with what goes in my stomach.
Posted by Sarah on 06/17/2010
I treat myself at Soule at least once a week. Their macaroni and cheese, is amazing, jerk chicken nice and spicy, and spinach is so good, it's easy to forget that it's good for you. And I love their prices! I've had to cut back a bit lately, but once a week at Soule doesn't break my budget. I'd pay even more.