After moving from Northern Virginia to Surry in Southwestern New Hampshire in June 2017, my wife and I decided to explore Peterborough’s restaurant scene. This one seemed to fit our style. Located in West Peterborough along Nubanusit Brook in an old, old brick building, I speculate that the building was once home to one of the many mills or factories founded here in the 18th Century.
We wanted a tasty, nutritional soup and salad lunch, and we found it. Their four homemade soups are changed regularly. I had chili, and my wife had red pepper cheddar. We both had organic salads and ginger beers. The soups were among the best that we had ever tasted. These creations reflect well of owner, Joel, trained as a chef. This location is the largest full service, natural food grocer in the Monadnock Region.
Bring your salads and drinks to the checkout counter, place any sandwich/wrap orders, and pick up soup bowls and serve yourself. About eight tables were inside and more were outside, weather permitting. The atmosphere was causal and relaxing, a place often frequented by local writers and artists.
This meal was a wonderful experience, and we even bought a few groceries.
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