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Patrick
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I have never been to a place that has had really good soup in a long time. I remember the Wooden Nickel had some good soups and so does Zoup. Anyone have any recommendations for a good bowl of soup in the area?
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Detroitstar
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Posted on Monday, February 26, 2007 - 10:09 pm: Edit PostDelete PostMove Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

Zoup is delicious!
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Tigersfan9
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Russell Street Deli in the Eastern Market has great soups every day. Their selection is always changing, but they always have at least a handful of vegetarian options. The tough part is narrowing it down to one to order.
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Posted on Monday, February 26, 2007 - 10:27 pm: Edit PostDelete PostMove Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

Crew on 9 mile in Hazel Park has great home made soup exspecally the cabbage soup and the chicken noodle
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Mother Waddles Perpetual Mission. Every so called "Detroiter" knew that was the best place for good, hot bowl of delicious soup for 35 cents a bowl.
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Louie's (the recently lambasted greasy spoon) on either Harper @ Yorkshire or on Mack @ Russell has the best chicken noodle I've ever had.
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For matzoh ball soup, I would highly recommend the Bread Basket Deli on Greenfield in Oak Park. The matzoh there is large enough to have its own gravitational pull as well as being tasty.

For New England clam chowder, my choice is the Red Coat Tavern on Woodward in Royal Oak. It's one of those soups that will stick to most of your vital organs as well as tasting just right. It's also thick enough that if you stuck a spoon in it, the spoon won't lean over.
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Gistok
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Wiping the drool off my keyboard.... Smogboy you are the man!! The Bread Basket Deli Matzohball Soup is a meal unto itself!!! Although their Kreplach Soup isn't bad either!
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Jjaba
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jjaba seconds that emotion. Smogboy understands the function of a Matzoh Ball in soup. It holds the plate to the table. As you consume it, it glue you tuckas to the chair.

Pop a nice bar of chocolate Halvah in your mouth as you leave. Now that's a meal!

jjaba, Westside Bar Mitzvah Bukkor.
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Slows Soups are superb!
For a good Caldo de Mariscos (seafood soup)
Taqueria Los Altos on W. Vernor/Green
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Smogboy
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Breadbasket Deli matzoh balls always remind me of playing softball at Softball City back in the early 90's because that's about what size the matzoh ball is. It's practically clogging the bowl. The broth itself is an afterthought and there's enough roughage there to slow down a battalion.

And I'd also prefer the pecan pie for the matzoh ball follow-up at the Breadbasket as well.
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Warrenite84
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Los Galanes in Mexicantown has an addictive pozle,(pork and hominy). It's one of the soups they offer with their buffet. Since it's not always offered, call ahead to see if it is on the day's menu.
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Gtat44
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The lemon rice soup at the little place on 9 & Harper, I think it's called Dimitri's. It looks like an old Red Barn.
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Bongman
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Little Annie's restaurant at Martin & Gratiot. Great breakfasts too.
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Homer
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Try the mushroom barley at Hygrade's Deli on Michigan Ave. E. of WG Blvd. Very tasty and filling.
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Michigan and Brooklyn there is a new Cafe there. They have good food and soups. Its by old tiger stadium
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Charnina or dill pickle soup are both really great at Polish village cafe on Yemens (it's in the basement)
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Gravitymachine
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Posted on Tuesday, February 27, 2007 - 9:09 am: Edit PostDelete PostMove Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

anyone remember soupersonic? I miss that place
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Pgn421
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was at Polish Village Cafe last Saturday evening. Great Food. Great Prices!
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Harmonie
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Cyprus Taverna in Greektown has the best Lemon Rice soup I have ever had..and some awesome Pea Soup on Tuesdays then one other really good option every day.

I used to like the Beer Cheese Soup at the Beer Co. but I either got tired of it or it got not as good:-)

The Anchor Bar (whose kitchen is open from 7 a.m. - 2:00 a.m Monday - Saturday btw) is always changing their soup options and I've never been disappointed.
Though a chain...Au Bon Pain puts out some pretty decent soup too.
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Thejesus
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Posted on Tuesday, February 27, 2007 - 9:22 am: Edit PostDelete PostMove Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

Zoup! is really good...

I know a lot of people think Zoup! is a national chain, but it's really just a Detroit company that was founded by a Wayne State Law School graduate, believe it or not...
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Beatsworking
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I recommend Lunchtime Detroit in the New Center One building. Their ham, potato and collard green soup is the stuff!
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Gravitymachine
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where is zoup!?
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Thejesus
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http://www.zoup.com/locations2 .asp
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Oldredfordette
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Mi Pueblo has great pozole too.
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Cambrian
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I don't usually go for restaurant soup, too salty! I love Chili though. Sandy's by The Beech in Redford has the best Chili Hands down. Slow cooked, ground sirloin, kidney beans and chunks of real tomato, YUM!
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Gistok
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One of my favorite soups is not restaurant specific... Italian Wedding Soup... with the small round pasta and mini meatballs. Yummy!

I also like a good Chinese Hot-n-Sour Soup. Although I do like Wonton Soup, it has an unfortunate resemblence to what's left in the sink drain after washing dishes! :-(
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Oldredfordette
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My homemade black bean soup, simmering on the stove as I type this!
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Posted on Tuesday, February 27, 2007 - 2:17 pm: Edit PostDelete PostMove Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

Union Street has great Chili
Lolas has good daily soups
Roma has great Minestrone
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M&M Cafe on MIchigan Ave across from city hall has the tastiest, freshest soups. The rest of the menu is also fantastic.
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Pam
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Am I the only one thinking of this guy when reading this thread?


soup
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Unclevanya
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Try the bean soup at Lafayette Coney Island and the dill pickle soup at Polish Village Cafe.
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Kenp
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The soup nazi is based on a real guy who has a franchise of these soup places. I heard on WWJ they were going to open one in Southfield.
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Tigersfan9
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Buddy's minestrone soup is also popular with most of my friends and family. I'm not a big fan, too rich/creamy, but people who have moved out of town insist on picking some up to take with them when they're back in Detroit.
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Gistok
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Tigersfan9... I agree that Buddy's Minestrone Soup is awesome... I like to douse it with grated Parmesan Cheese, and stir it in until it all melts. Yum!
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Sprout House on Kercheval in Grosse Pte Park has a daily selection of four vegetarian soups, always good.

I'm also a fan of the crawfish bisque at Howe's in Ferndale. Goes down well with a pint of Turbodog.
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Rogerjab
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Under the Eagle on Jos. Campau has the best tomato soup you have ever eaten, but only served on Fridays and get there before 7pm or it's gone. Actually all their soups are excellent.
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Cabbage soup at Steve's Three Brothers on Warren/Southfield
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Sumotect
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Pasta Fagoli, at Pasta Fagoli. They named the place after the soup. That tells you something.
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Newlaster
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I second the Buddy's minestrone! That soup is delicious and a full meal practically.. (no wonder they sell a quart of it for nearly $10)

Also:

The BEST Lemon rice - Giorgio's (Oak Park and West Bloomfield -- they also have the best ceasar salad.)

Pretty good Turkey stew - The Turkey Grill (on Woodward north of Grand Blvd. in the city.)
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Jjaba
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Avgalamano Soup is that chicken lemon rice soup made by Greeks. Some call it "Greek" soup. Every Greek Restaurant serves it. If you use that word, they'll smile atcha.

In summer, try a nice plate of cold beet borscht with a dolop of sour cream. In winter, hot cabbage borsch hits the spot. Who could even hope to live without borscht!!!!

Gives jjaba schpulkas just thinking about it.

Gistok, Chinese Won Ton soup is Kreplach Soup on the other side of the world. Same stuff. Infact, ask any Chinese guy, he'll tell you "Won Ton" is 'Chinese' for "Kreplach."
Same with "Kosher" and "Halal." Same thing.

jjaba, Westsider.
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Ddaydave
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This thread got me craving soup so I went and got my favorite matzoh ball soup from uncle harrys deli on greater mack in st clair shores
on a side note I was in europe a few years back and had garlic soup it was great but I havent been able to find in the Detroit area
does anyone know where find garlic soup ???
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Softailrider
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Minestrone soup at Mario's on 2nd Avenue , best I've ever had anywhere . Rest of the menu is definitely hit or miss . As is the service.
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Pythonmaster
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Had the Potato soup at Russell Street Deli today and it made my heart glad.
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Gannon
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I've developed a slight addiction to Vivio's French Onion concoction...that and a few pints of Guinness have become one of my regular bi-weekly dinners or lunches.

Today I discovered that Progresso's version with a good amount of Kraft Montereyjack with Jalapeno and the heel of my favorite Aunt Millie's Organic Indian Grain bread (one of about three in the entire bread aisle at Meijer without any high fructose corn syrup) makes for a good substitute for those days when I cannot leave the house...even for a four-block walk.
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Track75
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Who makes a great Lobster Bisque (besides my wife)?
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Tarkus
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Eph McNallys. From scratch everyday. Tomato Bisque is their best. Each day a different soup.
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Oldredfordette
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Pronto in Royal Oak makes garlic soup but not often enough. It's great.
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Kathleen
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Best soup ever was the Cream of Broccoli at the Mediterranean Lounge on E. Warren at Audubon!! Did any current restaurant inherit the recipe?

A few years back when in NYC on business, I stopped at the Soup Nazi on Broadway. The real Soup Nazi was serving that lunch hour so I took a photo of him! (My boys are big Seinfeld fans!)
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Pythonmaster
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Best soup not in Detroit:


The Mushroom soup at Inn Season in RO
Makes my eyes roll back and my socks go up and down.
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Fishbone's, Ruby Tuesday, and the Beach Grill has some of the best chowders and some kick-@$$ Broccoli and Cheese soups. I was in Ocean City, New Jersey and some of their waterfront restaurants had some chowders that were literally out of this world. Not 2 mention the non-alcoholic version of Coors! How come we don't have that-the N\A Coors-here?
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Kathleen
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How could I forget to mention the Reuben Soup at the Dakota Inn Rathskeller!!! Excellent!!! I actually go there just for the soup and the potato pancakes!
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Jjaba
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DdayDave, come on now. Stop the presses.
There's a Jewish Deli in St. Clair Shores?

Does Uncle Harry's have the whole schmere on menu?
Oy veyesmere, A reason to go on the Eastside.
All this time, nobody told jjaba.

jjaba, Westside Torah Bukkor.

jjaba.
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Andysrc
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I'm not a huge fan of soup, but Zoup does have some great soups. Their chicken pot pie soup is wonderful. But they changed to a different kind of sourdough bread a while back. I don't think it's as good.
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Rogerjab
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Whoever gave it, nice call on the Mushroom Soup at Inn Season in RO, great stuff!

(Message edited by rogerjab on March 03, 2007)
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Newlaster
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Track75:

The Palm Steakhouse in Troy has THE BEST lobster bisque....

I think it's $9/bowl---but worth it.

I sometimes drive 40 minutes through Oakland County traffic just for this soup.
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Track75
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Thanks Newlaster, I'll have to try it.
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Tigersfan9
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The Palm in Troy is out of business...You can get their bisque in any of their other locations, but no more metro Detroit Palm. Too bad.
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The mushroom soup at the Traffic Jam is pretty good.
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Maxcarey
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Uncle Harry's has been around forever, dare I say an institution in St. Clair Shores. Worth the drive.
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Jenay
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I love soup. I could eat it every day.

The best hot and sour soup I've ever had is at China King at 13 & Utica Rd.

Yes, the mushroom soup at Traffic Jam is quite tasty.

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