Best soup in Toronto

Toronto’s restaurants and cafés have upped their soup game and it’s oh so satisfying in the colder months. From organic vegan soups to hearty nostalgic soups momma used to make, there’s a lot of variety out there. Cozy up to the best bowls of soup in Toronto.

Ravi Soups

322 Adelaide St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1R1

One of Toronto’s most popular soup kitchens, Ravi Soups specializes in hearty, homemade bowls of soup. The soups are always seasonal, like porcini mushroom with wild rice, butternut squash and more. There’s also a menu of wraps and salads.

Soup Nutsy Inc

200 Wellington St W, Toronto, ON M5V 3C7

With three locations in the Financial District and delivery options, Soup Nutsy has become synonymous with lunch in Toronto. The name is inspired by the famous character on the hit show Seinfeld and it focuses on creating fresh and unique soups. Full of quality ingredients, the soups available here change with the seasons.

Thrive Organic Kitchen & Cafe - College

409 College St, Toronto, ON M5T 1T1

The people of Toronto flock to Thrive Organic in Etobicoke for its organic and health-minded menu. Always made fresh, the rotating soup of the day selection includes spicy Thai, broccoli, kale and spinach, wild mushroom and more. Every bowl comes with sprouted grain bread.

Pulp Kitchen Canada Inc

717 1/2 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4M 1H1

You can count on Pulp Kitchen’s soup of the day to be flavourful and fresh! The organic eatery stays true to its mission statement, offering only the best and healthiest options for customers. You can enjoy your soup in the Queen East location or opt for a to-go jar and heat it up at home!

Hibiscus Cafe

238 Augusta Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2L7

The popular vegetarian café has been home to some of the best soups and vegan friendly meals since it opened its doors. The soup of the day is made fresh every day, and is made from only the best vegan ingredients. You can get your soup with a side salad and it’s always served with raw crackers.

One Love Vegetarian

854 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON M5R 3G3

One Love Vegetarian’s corn soup is so popular it’s in Food Network’s recipe database! The soup includes three cobs of fresh corn, a whole scotch bonnet pepper and the always spicy Jamaican Bird Pepper. This makes for a flavourful bowl of soup that hits the spot on chilly days.

Esther's Soup Kitchen

2 Bloor W, Toronto, ON M4W 3E2

First opened in the 70s, Esther Queen of Soups lives up to its name. The soup stall is located in the Cumberland Terrace mall, and features high quality soups. Many of them are dairy free, and there are always a couple of vegan options on the menu! Soups include chicken and rice or noodle, lentil, leek and potato and the famous pepper soup – multigatawny.

Caplansky's Deli & Catering

356 College St, Toronto, ON M5T 1S6

Caplansky’s may be known for its stacked pastrami sandwiches, but the chicken soup with matzo balls has taken a front seat in recent years. The soup is made in-house, which means it is packed with authentic flavours and all those nostalgic feelings! Caplansky’s also offers cabbage borscht and split pea with smoked meat.

Urban Herbivore

64 Oxford St, Toronto, ON M5T 1P1

Urban Herbivore has made a name for itself, offering locally sourced menu items to the masses. The savoury soups are made fresh every morning and only include the finest in locally sourced produce. The soup of the day is a perfect paring with the selection of sandwiches and fresh bowls.

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