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SoHo Made Soups

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  • Soups, Sandwiches
  • 75 Varick St, New York NY10013 40.723311 -74.006385
  • (At Grand St)
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  • (212) 367-9494
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User Ratings (Based on 27 reviews)

3.005
Food 3.3 Value 3.1
Service 2.8 Atmosphere 2.7

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 367-9494
voice
(212) 367-7613
Fax:
fax
(212) 367-7614
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc
Hours:
Daily: 6am-9pm
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch
Features:
Group Dining, Delivery, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
10.00

User Reviews

  • SoHo Made Soups

    Posted by snegu on 02/05/2014

    Got the wrong soup!

    I should have known better, looking at the reviews below about how people got their orders screwed up. But here I am eating the wrong soup. It's good soup, but c'mon guys! Your servers should know which soup is which!

  • SoHo Made Soups

    Posted by quark on 07/22/2011

    Wrong again

    Every time I've gone to this place they get my order wrong, unless it's soup. I ordered a grilled chicken with avocado and swiss wrap. When I got back to my office and opened the sandwich it was sliced slimy chicken roll instead of grilled chicken. It was too hot for me to go back so i ate half and threw the rest away. This is the last time I go. Not only is the food mediocre but it's chaotic and I've overlooked these things because of its convenience but that chicken was the last straw.

  • SoHo Made Soups

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/07/2011

    Decent?

    I go here because it's close. Prices are good considering it's soho. Portions are generous for their daily specials. Service is lacking. Recently in the passed few months or so they made their soups and coffee smaller. The small soup became tiny and the large soup became small. If you're getting soup then i suggest getting a large with chips or a small with a sandwich. Prices are random and different every time on off menu orders.

  • SoHo Made Soups

    Posted by anonymous on 04/27/2011

    Just because it is close

    I loved them at first because I can build my own salad with as many ingredients as I want. But then our office ordered a bunch of salads from them for a meeting (which we frequently do), and they never gave us the dressing we ordered--no dressing at all for any of the salads. Also, someone should tell them that their "foccaccia bread" is not foccaccia--rather it is pizza with very little sauce. Most of the sandwhiches are made with it, and it is like you have your hands in a pizza when you try to grab a hold of the sandwich--and it does not even taste good. Foccaccia is bread, not pizza, and as such should not have pizza toppings on it. I advise you to ask about their other bread choices, this is not a good one. I only eat their food because it is close, and sometimes I do not have the time to go elsewhere--I can assume that is the story with most people that go there.

  • SoHo Made Soups

    Posted by libby on 02/01/2010

    cheese sandwich without the cheese

    At least 3 times they've given me a sandwich that's missing its key ingredient. Today, I ordered swiss cheese, avocado, tomato and mayo on a toasted bagel. And I get shredded lettuce in place of cheese!

  • SoHo Made Soups

    Posted by anonymous on 09/17/2009

    Clam Chowdah? Try again.

    My first review and I had to second the previous Clam Chower review. I am a huge clam chowder fan and will eat it almost any way--thick, thin, etc. This soup did not taste like clams (not even a hint) and bits of clam were scarce. At first I thought it was the wrong soup until I dug to the bottom of the veggies and found a few meager clam pieces. The veggies (and yes, there were green peppers) were enormous! I had 1/ 2 a green pepper and onion in one large soup. One piece of Ginormous potato, an abundance of huge carrots (not all peeled) and celery (not cooked through). More of a veggie mix with cream soup on top. I would highly recommend skipping this soup,. Sorry SoHo Made Soups, breaks my heart.

  • SoHo Made Soups

    Posted by Anonymous on 03/12/2009

    Bad New England Clam Chowder, Overrated in general

    They put peppers in their New England Clam Chowder, and it's so unappetizing. It's not peppers as garnish either - 1/3 of the volume of my soup was just peppers. You can't go wrong with the traditional clams, potatoes, and onions, but the fact that these guys messed around with a great recipie tells me they have no idea what they're doing with their soups. For a place with soup in their name that's incredibly disappointing. My mixed greens are also browning and warm to the touch, gross. The bread is so stale too. Even if it's complimentary bread it should still be edible. I used to eat here about once a week, but have gotten out of the habit in the last six months, and now I remember exactly why. Their lentils are always undercooked, their chicken noodle soup is always just noodles in water, not broth, and they put peppers in their freaking clam chowder. Their sandwhiches are always soggy, and their salad greens more often then not aren't really green. My biggest complaint about this place though is the soup menu. They list 38 different soups on printed and web menus, but when you walk in on any given day only 7 or 8 of those soups are actually being made then. There's no predicting what soups you're gonna have to choose from that day, and they never serves their best s0ups on a regular basis. (I only see their sweet potato soup available once every two or three months. I could eat that stuff every day though.) Bottom line, when you eat here you're paying bloated prices for subpar food. I can make much better soup at home for about half the price. Save yourself the headache and walk across the street to Just Delicious for lunch instead. Their hot food selection is predictable and delicious.

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