About Harlem Seafood Soul
Based in Harlem, New York, Harlem Seafood Soul has been turning heads and delighting the taste buds of New Yorkers and people from around the world, since April 2016. The popular state-of-the-art eco-friendly mobile kitchen, one of the first of its kind to the area, allows preparation of meals in a cleaner, safer and sustainable way! Chef Tami, a Harlem native, is committed to using the absolute freshest wild-caught seafood and highest quality ingredients for all menu items, including Shrimp & Grits, Po’boys, and amazing Fish Tacos.
Here at Harlem Seafood Soul we take pride in the quality of the ingredients used for each and every order served. All patrons are greeted with our “Harlem flavor”… the experience is so much more than amazing food and flavors, it’s the real taste of HARLEM!
Harlem Seafood Soul is also the go-to caterer for premier corporate and private events, as well as event planning services. We have a broad range of event styles, which can accommodate from 50 to 3000+ guests. We make planning your breakfast, brunch or any meal, an effortless process.
From galas and fundraisers to gourmet-boxed lunches, cocktail parties, media events and seated dinners – “WE GOT YOU!”
Our Eco-friendly cart
What makes us eco-friendly? Our Mobile Kitchen operates on Solar Power and Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), which is the equivalent to more than 200+ cars off the streets, in terms of harmful emissions. Additionally, Harlem Seafood Soul is equipped with a custom stainless steel restaurant grade kitchen.
Our cart is located in front of the Harlem State Office Building on Adam Clayton Powell Blvd and West 125th Street directly in front of the statue.
We are NOW OPEN with a full space in downtown Brooklyn’s own Dekalb Market Hall! Come by and see us!
Check our Instagram for daily location and hours of operation.
In the press
Netflix – Street Food: USA
Today Show With Hoda and Jenna:
Meet the Harlem chef serving up dishes with a side of love
CBS New York:
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Shrimp & Grits From Harlem Seafood Soul
Small businesswomen trying to recover find ‘ghost town’ where crowds used to be
The Seafood Queen of Harlem | Street Food Icons
Fried Mac and Cheese, By a Harlem Street Food Icon
Ben Aaron (Pix11 News) & Chef Tami:
PIX11 News Kirstin Cole and Chef Tami (Harlem Restaurant Week):