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Posted by Anonymous on 11/18/2008
It's a cheap deli with overpriced food, served by resentful people. I don't know if they get my order priced right, because half the items have no prices listed. It's close to my job, and I still only eat there once a month. Prepare for them to paw through your sandwich to make sure it's yours. Apparently, writing on the wrapping never occurred to them.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/14/2008
It seems after reading all the reviews from the previous raters, the food seemed much better before they moved down Varick by Canal. I can only comment on their food and service at the new location. The food is overpriced and sits out in the open where bugs fly around. I would rather go out of my way and walk 3 to 4 blocks down Varick away from Canal to eat at Subways. Although there is limited choices to be made there, the staff are much friendlier and the prices are appropriate for what you pay for. I would only go to Soho Soups if I had to grab a quick lunch to bring back to the office.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/04/2008
This restuarant is an okay spot to get a quick lunch to bring back to the office if you work in the area. The food is average, there is usually one person that takes the orders and serves the guests and he is also the the cashier. I think the food is overpriced. The staff are not very friendly and when I point to the soup and ask what type it is, the server mumbles a name that is incomprehensible. Asking him to repeat himself, he only mumbles the same words under his breathe with annoyance.
Posted by dcg on 05/09/2008
Their food was much better when they were at Varick & Spring Street. Now at 75 Varick sometimes the food tastes old and stale. The guy with the ponytail is extremely rude, and a lot of the staff look confused when you place an order.
Posted by Still Hungry on 12/13/2007
There's only one building on this side of the street on my block, and the delivery guy still couldn't find it! They don't give him a phone, so he just went back to the restaurant twice. An hour and a half, and I have no soup. This should have taken 10-15 minutes.
Posted by ms. soho on 11/16/2007
my coworkers and i went on a pretty cold day and the soup, plus the cozy chairs here warmed us all up nicely. soup was good and the bread that came with it was good as well. i'd come back. nice place to sit with a book and a cup of soup
Posted by SoHo Gal on 11/02/2007
This place isn't any different than Guy and Gallards or Dean and DeLuca. Sandwiches, paninis, entrees and soups. A little overpriced but it's to be expected for the area. A good place to get something quick.