I had a Grilled-cheese purée d’herbes sandwich here, it was wonderful. I think I will apply for a job here.
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We stopped into this restaurant for a late lunch as we craved soup and a sandwich. We were so glad that we did! The interior is attractive, vaguely bohemian, with small tables and a long attractive bar behind which the servers (baristas?) prepare their delicious...More
A wide selection of soups in various size, sandwiches and pastries. Good coffee. It's a small place, one looks at the menu on the wide board (it`s easy to read as it is a big one). You order at the counter. Table Service is friendly....More
We had a very pleasant lunch at Soupe Soupe. Their menu of soups, sandwiches, grilled cheese and salads changes regularly. Their gazpacho was outstanding- just enough "kick." The sandwiches were fresh and very tasty. Prices are reasonable and service was friendly and prompt. They offer...More
Happened on to Soupe Soupe because we wanted to try the very popular brunch spot up the street (forget the name) but the wait was an hour and I don't care if you're serving $100 bills, waiting an hour outside in the cold for food...More
The menu offer was really quite good, but were they just having a bad day or was the service always that erratic: water with no glasses, soup with no spoon and a long wait for service?
I really like this small place. The food is healthy, nice people, nice atmosphere, nice decoration. It is relax and comfortable. I tried different salads and they were all excellent.
This was a stop on our Mile End Food Tour. We stopped here for dessert and it was delicious!! We had their "Famous Soupe Soup Poudding Chomeur." It would be a sin for me to tell you it's a bread pudding, but that's the basis,...More
Good strong coffee and huge latte. Tasty breakfast scones made a great start to my day. Very acceptable!
We have been to the 1228, rue Saint-Denis branch of the SoupSoupe chain a number of times. A bit of the beaten path, every time that we have visited the restaurant has been quiet. The exposed brick, the Cuban film posters on the wall, the...More