Hearty soups for a Montreal Fall

Precipitation and leaves bright with colour – two things that go hand in hand in fall. And rain or snow combined with the return of cooler days can chill to the bone. The solution? Warm soup, of course! Here’s a list of comforting soups to taste this fall in Montreal.

Café Ferreira

1446 Rue Peel, Montréal, QC H3A 1S8

Fish, seafood and fresh herb soup - The classic fish soup at Ferrreira is true to its roots, delivering flavours that will transport you to the coast of Portugal.

Le Boucan

1886, rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H3J 1M6

Smoked tomato soup - Tomato soup is the soup of our youth. The version found at le Boucan brings back memories, but also delivers a twist that makes it memorable on its own.


1407, rue Bishop, Montréal, QC H3G 2E4

Stracciatella alla romana soup - An underestimated soup in one of the most underrated restaurants in the city. Try the Stracciatella at Ferrari and you’ll quickly understand why!

Restaurant Bombay Mahal

1001, rue Jean-Talon O, Montréal, QC H3N 1T2

Sambar soup - This consistently delicious Indian soup is spicy, warm and definitely takes us out of the everyday routine.

Restaurant Satay

3721 Rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC H4C 1P8

Laksa soup - You're a clever one if you can guess what's in this soup. No matter: laksa, the national dish of Malaysia, is at its best at Satay Brothers!

Ramen Ya Restaurant

4274, boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2W 1Z3

Tonkotsu ramen soup - Far removed from the dehydrated soup packets found at the grocery store, this Japanese pork broth soup with hand-made noodles is one of the greatest delights on Earth!

Hà Mont-Royal

243, av du Mont-Royal O, Montréal, QC H2T 2T2

Mr. Hà's Pho soup - Pho soup is the most versatile soup on the planet. Light but comforting, it can be eaten at any time of day or night, regardless of the season!

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