London's best places for soup



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A steaming bowl of hot soup is the ultimate winter warmer. Find out where to buy London's best broth

  • Blackfoot Butchers
    Seasonal soups galore: roast butternut squash with bacon, sage and paprika; parsnips with chorizo; sweet potato with chilli and thyme. £2.50-£3.
    14 Charlotte Place, W1T 1SW (020 7580 5096). Goodge St tube.

    Classic or gourmet soups: Provençale chicken, Boston clam chowder, Mexican bean. Around £3.

    Choose simple or bold soups: chicken laksa’s our favourite but you may also see French onion, Toulouse sausage, goulash or tom kha gai. The website also gives calorie count and other nutritional information.

    Food for Thought
    Nutritious vegetarian soups with no compromise on flavour. Partner it with one of the brilliant savoury scones.
    31 Neal St, WC2H 9PR (7836 9072). Covent Garden tube.

    Soups (£3) change daily: think chickpea and saffron veg; Nepalese split pea; ham and Savoy cabbage.

    Paul Rothe & Son

    All is fresh, homemade and nourishing at this delightful vintage grocer. Two soups – one meat, one vegetarian – are offered daily. Lamb broth, Stilton and celery and the like are hugely popular.
    35 Marylebone Lane, W1U 2NN (7935 6783). Bond St tube.

Users say

Adrian V
Adrian V

Well, Soupe du Jour seems to be available not only in Soho. I had one really good pumkin soup from Soupe du Jour in City area, 38 Houndsditch, London. The website is the same, now that the cold weather is here, hot delicious soups are a good idea.  I will go back for more

Sebastian K
Sebastian K

I recently had been to Soupe du Jour in Lexington Street, Soho.

It seems that they just recently opened their store and focus entirely on Soups.

To sum up: GREAT menu from delicious Chicken soup to best Gaszpacho I ever had and a very nice atmosphere.

Check it out:


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endaf kerfoot
endaf kerfoot

Eat? Are you serious? This is a poor feature.

Tom M
Tom M

@Charlotte Charlotte, how can you say that? Did you ever try Soupe-du-jour?? Sebastian is totally shops but I see it coming - they will conquer London! Have tried the one in Soho and near Liverpool Street station. Amazing concept and amazing soups. Hope to see more of them in London!