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Top 5 places to get your soup fix about town

I saaaaiiiiidddd BRRR *clapping and cheerleading intensifies for every kid born before 1998*. Yas, yas yas, winter is most definitely here and y’all know what that means, soup. Duh. But where do you get a steaming hot bowl of goodness do you ask? Don’t you worry fren we gotchyou.

Welsh Blacks


Man at the helm Tristan is putting the old slow cooker to good use and according to their Instagram page, soup season at Welshies is well and truly in full swing. Flavours are on a strictly rotating basis so get in quick to indulge in a spoonful of the daily special. You won’t be sorry!

Roule Café

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Ok fine, technically the dish that caught our eye is a Mexican bean chilli but it looks  bloody delicious and it comes with bread so it’s good enough for us. Roule (pronounced roo-lay) is tucked away on Northcott Drive Kotara and they have a super hearty, crisp autumn menu that is sure to tickle your tastebuds and warm you from the inside out.

Benjamas Thai

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Need I say more? Actually yes,  Benjamas are now on Uber Eats so you can get your sweet (and spicy) Thai soup fix whilst wearing your pyjamas (which coincidently rhymes with Benjamas). All you’ll need to worry about then, is who is going to answer the door?

Screamin’ Veemis

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I love this simply because it’s called Screamin’ Soup. Oh, and it’s also packed with all the ‘good’ things your body needs to fight off cold season (chilli is optional but is there ever any option? No, chilli forever).

Apothecary Kitchen

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Similar to Welsh Blacks, the folks behind Apothecary Kitchen in Hamilton are all about utilizing the freshest local produce and ingredients. Food, after all, is meant to be seasonal and these guys are one of the best in the game. It was the chicken and corn soup which caught our eye as the weather took a turn for the worst but keep an eye on their social media page for all the happenings soup wise.

Written by Laura Kebby

I write words about talented people doing talented things, and translate chatter by putting pen to paper.