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Quick Tip: Souperium

Ebertplatz has a soupbar!

A few days ago, Souperium opened on Neusserstraße next to the Ebertplatz U-Bahn. Being a general fan of soups and stews, I decided to bring some home for lunch…

Located next to the Chicken Farm (kebap house), Souperium looks more like something you would expect in San Francisco than Germany – stylish logo, modern color scheme – overall, very impressive. But enough about the cafe, on to the food!

Today, they had a selection of five soups: Carrot-Ginger, Gulasch, Chili con Carne, Greek Bean soup, and another one which I can’t remember at this time. They also had sandwiches (today’s was a triple-decker ham and cheese) and salads. What immediately got me was the price: a big soup to go was only 2 Euros. Sandwiches and salads were 1.50. Two gulasches and a sandwich didn’t even set me back six euros.

The goulasch was very, very good. Richly flavored and meaty – with a nice tomato flavor. The sandwich was also very good – a perfect compliment to the soup. They even threw in some sliced baguette and spoons into the bag (getting plastic silverware in Germany is not extremely common). All in all, an excellent place for a takeaway lunch!

Souperium’s soups are all made in-house and they will always have one soup with meat or fish, one exotic or spicy soup, and one vegan or vegetarian soup. Their Persian Yoghurt soup is the next one on my list to try.

Souperium. U-Ebertplatz. Mmm, mmm good.

Posted in Cologne Life, Food.

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