5 best places to get soup in Toronto

Oct 8 2020, 8:20 am


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There’s nothing more comforting than sipping on some delicious, hearty soup on a crisp fall evening, but finding that perfect bowl shouldn’t be too hard in a city like Toronto.

Chowders, stews, pho, or just some good old chicken noodle soup, luckily enough for Torontonians there are a bunch of restaurants that offer a delicious bowl to go or right to your door.

Here’s a list of restaurants in Toronto where you can find amazing soup for when you really crave it:

Earl’s Kitchen King Street

Located in Toronto’s Financial District, for anyone who knows Earl’s Kitchen, then they know Earl’s Famous Clam Chowder. A New England style soup that is loaded with full cream, chopped tomatoes, parsley, and a hint of smoky bacon. You can place an order via Skipthedishes, Doordash, or on their website.

Address: 150 King Street West, Unit 100

Hours: Monday to Friday Р11:30 am to 11 pm, Saturday and Sunday Р11 am to 11 pm

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Garleek Kitchen

 

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Garleek Kitchen specializes in Tibetan,¬†Nepalese, Indian, Sri Lankan, and Vietnamese foods all under one roof. Their Tibet menu features two heart-warming soups such as Thukpa Gyatuk, and¬†Thukpa Thentuk, both cooked in their homemade broth, boiled with fresh vegetables, with available options of chicken, beef, or veggies. There’s also a vegan option for either soup for everyone to enjoy. The difference between the two is all in the noodles, either long skinny egg noodles or hand-pulled, rolled water/floor noodles! Delivery is available through Uber Eats or Doordash, take-out orders can be placed online too.

Address: 1500 Queen Street West

Hours: Every day from 8 am to 9 pm

Phone: (416) 551-0929

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Toronto Soup Co & Soul Pops

 

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Now, this soup joint is a little different than the others but totally worth it. Toronto Soup Co., has its soup menu ready for October and each bowl is available until.. well, it runs out. Meat or Vegan options are available for whatever you may be craving but you must order¬†by 11 am the day you want it delivered and it’ll be at your door by 5:30 pm. Their delivery area covers the lakeshore area to Finch Avenue and Coxwell Avenue to Lansdowne Avenue, BUT if you’re out of the area and really need the soup, send them an email and they’ll try their best to help you out. Place your order online!

Address: 571 Vaughan Road

Hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 3 to 7 pm

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European Delight

 

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Serving the Market since 1999, you know they must be good.¬†European Delight specializes in homemade Eastern European cuisine from Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Hungary, and more. Chef Oleg Popov cooks daily “old-world” recipes and creates delicious bowls to go. They’re located at the lower level of the St Lawrence Market.

Address:¬†St. Lawrence Market –¬†95 Front Street East

Phone: (416) 365-9010

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Kinton Ramen

 

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Ramen spots in Toronto can be found all over the city which is a great thing to note when you’re craving it. Let Kinton Ramen be one of the first places you head to, to fill you up. Whether it’s for a normal Thursday night or something to cure your sniffles away, you can never go wrong with a bowl filled with all the best to make you feel your best. There are several meat options, including vegan.

Address: Several locations around Toronto and the GTA

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