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This is a good place to take an hour break. They serve nice soup,
the service is good. But it is not a place to stay for more than an hour
because it is a very small place. It is place to eat...More
This is a soup/sandwich/salad place in an old historic house. Limited but eclectic menu with some original ideas. Flexible servings such as variable soup sizes and half or whole sandwiches help. However,service can be slow and the soups can be a bit boring.
The prices are unreal for basic soup. I got better soup at Walmart. T his place has two levels- level one is a cafe and doesnt have the same items as level 2 but its more like a hip place to chill out. Level 2...More
This was our first visit to the Crescent Street location of Soupesoup since it moved from the cramped basement (now occupied by its little brother Café Spoon) into the much more spacious premises on the first floor of the same building.
The premises are light...More
I had eaten at another SoupeSoup years ago and enjoyed it and this one was near where I was parked so I headed in. There was a lineup at the front so I joined it. I replied to some emails and then realized I was...More
We were visiting the Musee des Beaux-Arts and their cafe was packed. We walked to Crescent Street and chose to have lunch here. It offers a fine daily selection of soups, sandwiches and salads and these are available in a pleasant dining space, with good...More
Food is not bad at all. Sandwiches are good.Soups are OK.Bread quality was very good. Salad was not good at all. It was flavorless, uninteresting and boring. Soggy greens.
Service is very lazy, careless.
People are nice but they forgot two days in a row...More