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The Best Soup in Toronto

The best soup in Toronto is like a warm hug. One of the few dishes that’s served everywhere from humble stalls to high-end restaurants, mastery of the simple soup is essential for chefs everywhere.

Here’s the best soup in Toronto.


RaviSoups on Adelaide
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RaviSoups on Adelaide

Locations of this chain specializing in soup are scattered throughout the city. A global range of influences take the soups here way beyond chicken noodle, with options like beef miso, chicken hot pot and curried apricot with red lentil.

Soup Nutsy
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Soup Nutsy

Multiple centrally-clustered locations of this punnily-named spot have more soups than you can shake a stick at with multiple seafood, vegetable, chilled, quinoa, poultry and meat soup options.


United Bakers Dairy
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United Bakers Dairy

The split pea soup at this family restaurant at Bathurst and Lawrence has a big reputation for a little dish. Beet borscht is the only other soup they serve daily, offering vegetable, barley bean, and potato and cabbage borscht on their own dedicated days throughout the week.

Cafe Polonez
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Cafe Polonez

The beet borscht at this Roncesvalles Polish institution can be ordered with either meat or mushroom dumplings, and they also do white borscht, French onion soup, beef tripe soup, beef goulash soup. Daily soups include tomato, mushroom and cauliflower.


Liberty Village Market and Cafe
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Liberty Village Market and Cafe

Ready-made vegan soups can be found at this unfussy spot named after the Liberty Village neighbourhood where it’s located.


Saffron Spice Kitchen
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Saffron Spice Kitchen

Delicious mulligatawny and sambar soups ring in at under $10 and come with a samosa at this place on Queen West.

Janchenko Bakery
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Janchenko Bakery

Homemade soups like borscht and broccoli are available to stay or to go in mason jars from this Bloor West Village East European hot table restaurant and bakery.


One Love Vegetarian Cafe
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One Love Vegetarian Cafe

There are zero animal products in anything at this restaurant near Bathurst station, where they serve a corn soup that’s been featured on the Food Network.

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez at United Bakers. Additional photos by RaviSoups, Hibiscus Cafe, and Soup Nutsy. 

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