They say chicken soup is for the soul, but we still prefer it to keep warm. Winter is already on its way, and before long, you’ll be looking for the the best cup in town. Save yourself some time: we’ve compiled the top ten best soups in Minneapolis.
Warm up with: Tomato Soup
What better way to warm up than with a red hot tomato soup? Creamy – oh so full of flavor – and equipped with a bread stick on the side, this bisque will brighten up your day.
Warm up with: Fried Dal
Don’t tell me you don’t know what dal is? Dal fry is a spicy Punjabi dish made from mixed dals, like toor, chana and moong. If you’re in need of a little heat – and we’re talking spice, mind you – stop by Namaste.
Warm up with: Mi Hoanh Thanh
Otherwise known as a wonton noodle soup, this Vietnamese dish is fully loaded with all kinds of tasty stuff. Quang Restaurant is known for their versatile menu, but this item is our favorite.
Warm up with Tomato Basil
The soup so nice we included it twice…Yes, tomato basil is one of the very best, and when it comes from Turtle Bread, you’ve got it even better.
Warm up with: Chicken Noodle Soup (Torikotsu)
A Japanese spin on the North American Classic, Torikotsu is a great way to warm up on a winter’s day. Tori Ramen is known as a pretty snug spot, so you’ll be cozy right away with this bowl of chicken noodle soup.
Warm up with: The Mussels
Believe me, the broth that comes with this bowl is a thing of beauty. Borough is known for their craft cocktails and bar bites, but it’s the broth that you should really look forward to.
Warm up with: Pork Belly Ramen
Pork belly perfection, soaked in soup: that’s how I’d describe this delicious dish. Whenever hunger hits, head to Masu Sushi. You’ll be glad you did!
Warm up with: Cream of Minnesota Wild Rice
Cream of Wild Rice may just be the world’s best comfort food. If you’re ever looking to get comfy, you know where to go.
Warm up with: Hot Pot
Glorious, isn’t it? This enormous hot pot could be yours next time you head into Hoban Korean Restaurant. Providing a ton of different options, you could spend a week or two tasting each one.
Warm up with: Chicken and Matzo Ball Soup
There’s a whole lotta motza floating around Minny, but the bowl at Meritage is one of the best. If you’re ever feeling under the weather, head on over for some quick relief.
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