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Posted by Anonymous on 07/08/2010
Great soup that's actually fresh and not from a can. Even when they are packed, the service is still great. They let you sample as many soups as you want. This place is a standout in an area lacking a good to-go lunch spot and frankly even if the neighborhood had better lunch choices it would still be among the best. And did I mention they are cheap? $7 buys you a large soup and sandwich (half size). Everyone gets a piece of bread and fruit with their soup purchase. This is a must go place.
Posted by Martin on 02/25/2010
Try to avoid ordering during lunch time rush -- phones are either busy or unattended. I suppose it's because people hanker for good soup during winter days, but still. Also, as of Feb 25, 2010, you CANNOT order online (contrary to what the flier they faxed over claims) which would really be the most practical solution for an enterprise such as theirs. When i finally got someone on the phone, he wasn't rude but he was definitely rushing me. Ah well, New York City...
Posted by Ally on 09/11/2009
We ordered this soup for our office for lunch. Everyone was pleased. The soup was awesome and the bread that came with is was just as excellent. Some of us could not make up our minds on what to order so we got many different kinds. Why not a small is only 3.50??!!! The menu changes daily so you might want to call and check before you order. Very Very Good!!!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/24/2009
I love the Soup Spot! This is my go-to lunch destination when I want something fast and filling. Keep an eye out for the broccoli cheese, it goes quickly. Had the split pea with ham today - nice flavor with little cubes of ham and carrot shreds in the pureed soup. They are always friendly and the line moves fast even at peak times. Small soup and half sandwich (I like the chicken salad) is perfect, and comes with fruit and bread.
Posted by Matt Lancaster on 08/11/2009
I came here following suggestions from my office mates. I was expecting nothing much out of this little shop but I tried some good ol' chicken noodle and it was fantastic. I was pleasantly surprised to find some bread and soup to go along with my salad and soup! I've been back ever since. The clam chowder is excellent, so is the lobster bisque. Lines can be long during lunch (obviously)
Posted by Gus on 06/07/2009
over the past decade throughout a fast paced busy lifestyle i've relied on soup and sandwich carry outs for a quick lunch on the go. I found this place walking out of penn Station, seemingly a tiny hole in the wall, the soup spots adds new meaning to " big things come in small packages", the soups are delicious with a variety of 16-18 soups a day, slice of bread and hearty piece of fruit. The owner's a loud and friendly guy, and the 2-man assembly crew behind the counter work with uber tact to get you packed and on your way. Most Definitely worth the wait in during the winter line rush.
Posted by anonymous on 03/12/2009
The Lobster bisque is out of this world. $4 for a large and they even throw in a piece of bread and fruit.