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Top soups to try in Canberra this winter

Sophia Bouzas and Helena Game

While everyone loves the classic pumpkin soup, lets face it – sometimes it just doesn’t cut it.

We’ve done the hard work for you and sourced some of the most delicious and inventive soups for you to enjoy in Canberra this winter. Because who doesn’t long for a soul soothing soup on those icy five degree days?

BUVETTE

If French onion soup is your thing, why not try more than one across Canberra? Buvette in the Hotel Realm offers a traditional version, served with gruyere cheese croutons. Happy eating!

18 National Circuit, Barton | Open various hours between 6.30am-10.30pm seven days a week | 6163 1818

TWO BEFORE TEN

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Image: instagram.com/twobeforeten

 

With spots in both the city and Aranda, head to Two Before Ten to try soups such as their recent special, vegetable and red lentil soup served with gruyere, confit garlic croutons and oven dried tomato, (and a slice of sourdough of course!)

68 Bandjalong Crescent Aranda or AMP Building, 1 Hobart Place, Civic | Monday-Friday 7am-4pm, Saturday-Sunday 8am-2pm (Aranda) and Monday-Sunday 8am-4pm (city)

Pho Phu Quoc Vietnamese

Feel like something traditional, hearty and soul soothing? Then look no further than everybody’s favourite Vietnamese restaurant, Pho Phu Quoc. Choose from classic staples of pho or opt for something a little more hearty such as the Beef, rice and egg noodle soup.

5 Badham Street, Dickson | Monday – Friday 11am – 3pm, 5-10pm, Saturday and Sunday 11am – 10pm | 6249 6662

Dickson Asian Noodle House

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Image via instagram.com/anivyl

On days like this, it’s hard to go past those hearty Asian soups and the Asian Noodle House’s variety of soups are bound to warm you from the inside out. They’re known for their delicious Laksas but the range of options are endless. With bold flavours from Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, China and Laos, the hardest part is making a decision!

4/19 – 29 Woolley Street, Dickson | 6247 6380 | Open every day except Monday from 11am-9.30pm

THE ITALIAN TRAVELLER

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To warm up with one of their delicious soups, you’ll have to catch Italian Traveller at the Bus Depot Markets on Sundays! Their offerings include seafood chowder and sweet potato and pumpkin.

The Old Bus Depot Markets, Kingston | Sundays from 10am-4pm at the Former Kingston Transport Depot, Wentworth Avenue | 0406 378 417

RICARDO’S

Apart from Ricardo’s delish warming winter menu, they often have soup specials on rotation. If you have soup on the brain, give them a call on 6251 2666 to check the daily specials. 

Jamison Plaza | Open every day, check website for more details | ricardoscafe.com

Penny University

Brave the cold and head to Penny University to try their wonton noodle soup, filled to the brim with Yangzhou-style pork, prawn wontons, greens and egg noodles!

15 Kennedy St, Kingston | Monday – Sunday 7am – 4pm | 6162 1500

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Sophia Bouzas

Sophia is a local Canberra girl half way through her Public Relations/Law degree. But when she’s not studying, paralegal-ing or interning for the lovely team at HerCanberra, you will probably find her enjoying Canberra’s selection of cafes, watching cheesy romantic comedies with a tea in hand or planning her next adventure.

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Helena Game

Helena is a wannabe journalist studying Communications and Journalism at the University of Canberra. Canberra born and bred, she is hopelessly in love with writing, stories and travel. She recently wrote her way around Japan for a creative writing study tour, and spent another two weeks in the Middle East on a journalism exchange, both of which have left her with a proper case of the post-travel blues. While she plots her next adventure, Helena is hoping to gain as much industry experience as humanly possible, and somehow finish her degree at the same time.

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