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Posted by uesny on 09/02/2011
Food is very good especially salads and chicken noodle soup. Service is another story. After waiting and waiting and finally placing your order with one of the surly and indifferent counter people, you'll wait some more and witness the reason why everything takes so long.....disorganization. Too bad but it's certainly something a diligent manager could correct.
Posted by ricksaklowski on 03/16/2011
I have ordered delivery twice now and both times it took 40 minutes or more (I live 5 blocks away) and the soups were cold. I bet if you eat there, the food is good, because you can see they use quality ingredients. But they were rude on the phone and for a place that specializes in soups, you'd think they wouldn't deliver them cold. Pass on the delivery
Posted by melissa on 10/07/2010
Home sick with a cold and too tired to make my own chicken soup, I ordered from the Soup Stop. I also ordered a carrot, apple, ginger juice and a sandwich. Despite being about 20 streets away from me and just after the lunch rush, my food arrived in less than 25 minutes. It was exactly what I needed. Tasty chunks of vegetables and chicken, the noodles were plentiful and cooked well. The juice tasted fresh. I'm saving the sandwich for later, but I'm looking forward to it.
Posted by Shane on 05/11/2007
This place is okay, but a bit overrated and definitely overpriced. The soup and sandwiches are good, not great. The bread, though: that's a different story. It's amazing. It's worth paying too much for the soup just to get the bread.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/19/2006
This place is delicous. I especially love the chicken ceasar wrap and the annula panini. The salads are also very good as they are always very fresh while the soups are good too and always are very original types. Try this place, you'll love it!
Posted by Anonymous on 11/25/2004
Soup Stop has the best soup and wraps for good prices.....this is what the upper east side needed!