It's an even better deal if you've just dropped some bucks at B&H.
(This post is based on visits to the eatery's now-closed 34th St. location, shown at bottom.) On the occasion of my previous visit to Soul Fixins', several years ago, I picked out a camera, followed by a "country lunch" of smothered chicken (not shown; $8.95). Cornbread, mac and cheese, and collard greens were OK, and though the moist chicken was nothing out of the ordinary, I licked the bones clean.
The economy being what it is, my more recent lunch (sandwiched between two free B&H seminars) was their "bailout special" of fried chicken, coconut rice with gravy, and mixed vegetables. Ditto on my earlier writeup, but the lower, $6.95 tab also included a small (12 fl. oz. or so) sweet lemonade.
225 West 28th St. (Seventh-Eighth Aves.)