It’s soup season! With the temperatures dipping, it’s time to get cozy with a bowl of hearty soup to warm up. Check out this list of best soup shops in Prague.
- Polévkárna paní Mančo
- Address: Bělehradská 77, Prague 2
Located in between I.P. Pavlova and Namesti Miru, Polévkárna paní Mančo is the perfect spot for an easy cup of soup for commuters and locals, alike. The shop specializes in tasty Georgian soups. Don’t forget to get the cheesy bread slices to dip in the soups.
- Address: Sokolovská 97, Prague 8
With farm-to-table dishes, it’s no wonder the soups taste so rich and fresh. Head to Karlin for soups to-go or to eat in store. Be sure to make a combination of soup with either the cheese or spinach sauce and homemade bread. And, how can you not grab a homemade pastry while you’re there
- Bistro Leon
- Address: Sokolovská 21, Prague 8
The constantly changing menu with three to four soups a day at Bistro Leon assures high quality and taste. The flavorful, reasonably priced soups mixed with the location next to the Florenc metro stop make it the perfect lunch spot.
- Address: Olbrachtova 64, Prague 4
Known for Polish soups, Polífkárna specializes in the strong broths packed with flavors—most notably the potato soup. They also serve Polish dishes to accompany the soups like homemade jams with pancakes. There are vegan and gluten-free options, too.
- bistro Plavecká polévka
- Address: Plavecká 4, Prague
This is a soup mecca. There are four traditional soups that are new each time including even a marshmallow soup. Enjoy the soup in the garden if it’s warm enough. The homey atmosphere is open for breakfast and lunch.
- Kitchen Ramen Bar
- Address: 28. října 9, Prague 1
This Japanese hot spot is known for its ramen. The menu features eight different ramen options jammed pack with mild-to-spicy broths, meats, vegetables and spices. The extensive menu has something for everyone—including vegans.
Come here for daily fresh soups with bread straight from the in-house bakery. With three types of broths, the options are unlimited. There are many locations, too, so it’s an easy option for anyone on the go.
- Home Kitchen
- Address: Jankovcova 14A, Prague 7; Kozí 5, Prague 1; Jungmannova 8, Prague 1; Radlicka 385 / 1B, Prague 5
This is the most upscale spot on the list. The main soup, boršč, is a staple on the menu. It’s an Eastern Europe and Russian soup made of beetroots. The other two soups rotate daily. Every branch is different, so you can try any location to test out all the meals.
Author: Meredith Hessel