Surviving winter means staying well-nourished and keeping warm. If you’re looking to fill your belly while raising your core temperature, these Upper West Side restaurants might just have the soup for you.
Sopa de Tortilla from Cascabel Taqueria
Pulled Amish chicken, queso fresco, Mexican oregano, fried pasilla and tortilla ribbons.
2799 Broadway (108th Street)
Spicy Cumin Lamb Hand-Ripped Noodles in Soup from Xian Famous Foods
This popular Chinese place serves Biangbiang wide hand-ripped noodles topped with sauteed spicy cumin lamb in lamb broth.
2675 Broadway (between 101st and 102nd Streets)
Kakuni Ramen from Jin Ramen
Pork broth, thin noodles, Filipino style braised pork belly with bok choy, garlic chips and poached egg.
462 Amsterdam Ave (between 82nd and 83rd Streets)
Matzo Ball Soup from Barney Greengrass
541 Amsterdam Ave (between 86th and 87th Streets)
Tomato Soup from Nanoosh
Tomato, celery, cucumber, organic onion and basil pesto.
2012 Broadway (between 68th and 69th Streets)
French Onion Soup from Cafe Luxembourg
Gryuère, parmesan and croutons.
200 West 70th Street (between Amsterdam and West End)
Tom Yum Goong from Thai Market
Lemongrass tamarind tendril, shrimp and mushrooms.
960 Amsterdam Ave (between 107th and 108th Streets)
Pho with beef from Saiguette
Made with thin rice noodles, onion, lime, bean sprout, basil, jalapeno and hoisin siracha.
935 Columbus Ave (106th Street)
Cherrystone Clam Chowder from P.J. Clarke’s
Potato, celery, onion, parsley, pancetta and milk.
44 West 63rd Street (between Columbus and Broadway)