The Best Soup in Toronto
The best soup in Toronto will fold you up in a warm embrace and transport your taste buds to veggie and chicken stock heaven. Head to the city's most popular soup purveyors for their takes on a seemingly simple dish that comes in scores of styles and flavours.
Here's the best soup in Toronto.
As its name suggests, this Toronto chain is doling out bowls on bowls. Hearty Caribbean soups and porridges are Souperlicious' specialty, from red pea soups with oxtail to hominy corn porridge. Outside of Brampton and Mississauga, you'll find an Etobicoke takeout counter on Queens Plate.
Even though Chef Ravi Kanagarajah, a.k.a. The 'soup master', passed away in 2013, this spot has been serving up his revelatory soups in Toronto for over a decade. People still flock to the Adelaide Street store for combos with lentil soups, chicken stews, or corn chowders. There are two more locations on West Queen West.
Head to Lawrence Plaza for a taste of this diner's famous green split pea soups, only available after 9 a.m. United Bakers has been around since 1912 but still keeps it fresh with daily rotations of soups that include barley bean on Wednesday and potato soups on Sunday.
What started as a soup kiosk at Harbourfront Centre's World Cafe food court has become a staple restaurant for vegan Caribbean eats. Ikela Wright and her husband offer a small menu, the highlights being their famous One Love corn soup, with Jamaican pumpkin and split peas.
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