Hold down Control (PC) or Command (Mac) key + mouseclick to select more than one option
Midtown East >
Hale & Hearty Soups
Posted by halenheartyvirgin on 11/02/2007
Now if my first time in other areas of my life (hint hint) were this heavenly...well who's to say. I tried the Curry shrimp and roasted corn for the first time. Oh my goodness, I was really sad to see the bottom of that container. It was filling too. It's going to be hard not to go in there and get that again. I'm gonna try the green and yellow split pea next..when my pockets are a little fat and I can splurge a bit. It was really delicious! Just think I was really going in there with the idea to get some "okay" soup ( (I was really after the oyster crackers). I didn't even finish the crackers!
Posted by Vicki on 07/25/2007
I eat at hale & hearty probably twice a week since my office is right around the corner. The soups are great, dont be fool by their portion size, completely fulfilling. However, I don't really like their salad, their chicken is dry and the lettuce sometimes is not as fresh as it should be. Overall, its a great place to grab a bite and the service is great
Posted by soupguy on 05/22/2007
it is a very fillling meal i like the shrimp bisque because it has cream . there good soups every week .i love the place so much
Posted by souplover on 04/09/2007
I normally love Hale and Hearty Soups but the tomato rice I just tried tasted like someone dumped a few extra cups of sugar into it. It was so cloyingly sweet that I found it inedible and opted for (OMG - no!) Campbells Tomato.
Posted by Neat. on 11/07/2006
Hale and Hearty; pricey fancy soups and such. Selection is good and typical, standard soups and specials. Today they had Mulligatawny, and I wanted Mulligatawny however, they were out and I settled on Tomato and Cheddar. I was excited to eat it because I know there other soups are delicious. I got back to my office and tasted the soup and it had an awful similarity to Spaghetti-o’s…literally, tasted like they opened up a can and heated it up and sold it as “Tomato and Cheddar”. I also had half a sandwich, Ham and Cheddar, nothing special at all. Bread was tough. I will try Hale & Hearty again, but I no more Tomato and Cheddar.
Posted by rocky on 04/12/2006
First off, I've never physically been there. I always order, at least 2x a week, a soup/sandwich combo. Any mushroom soup they make is great. The Senegalese Peanut soup is great. The Chicken Corn Bisque is great. The 10 Vegetable Vegetable Soup is great. The Chili is often really good, but will occasionally be bad (no flavory). I'd stay away from the cheese soups as they are fully pureed instead of leaving chunks of asparagus, brocolli, whatever, so they're not that great and have a weird consistency. I always get the Italian Country Sandwich, which I love. The Grilled Chicken and Sun-Dried Tomato; Brie and Tomato; Tomato, Mozarella and Basil; and Chicken/Goat Cheese/Sundried Tomato Wraps are also good. It's a little pricey, but it's definitely a full meal. And seriously guys - 2x a week. At least. That says something
Posted by Soup Lover on 07/29/2004
Can I just say wow..I was blown away with the service and selection of this restaurant. I didn't know one place could have such a variety. The people behind the counter, were so much help. I will telling all of my friends back home, when they come to visit New York, they are going to have to check Hale and Heartys out...