Interesting soups you can try as winter arrives in Mumbai
Winters call for warm, comforting soups. Here are a few interesting combinations that one can try across Mumbai
Squid and Okra soup
This might sound like an unusual combination, but when paired with
Korean-style Prawns, the soup’s a hit.
Cost Rs 340
At Nom Nom, opposite Mini Punjab, Bandra (W) and Juhu Versova Link Road, Andheri (W).
Served in a traditional Japanese steam pot called dobin, the Chicken Suimono soup will soon be added to the specials menu at Guppy. They will also serve the intriguing-sounding Chilled Melon Soup and Chilled Mushroom Suimono.
Cost Rs 350 + taxes
At Guppy Pop Up at Olive, Mahalaxmi.
Edamame and Green Peas Soup
This tasty, green concoction is a part of The Pantry’s special winter menu.
Cost Rs 195 + taxes
At Yeshwant Chambers, Military Square Lane, near Trishna, Kala Ghoda, Fort.
For those who love their meat, you can choose from either chicken or prawn to go with the age-old Tom Yum soup at o:h cha.
Cost Rs 350 (non-veg), R300 (veg)
At Mathuradas Mills Compound, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel.
A soup with the frothiness of a cappuccino. This light delight is served with bacon and lavache.
Cost Rs 245 + taxes
At Terttulia, ground floor, Hotel Parkway, Ranade Road Extension, Shivaji Park, Dadar.
Wild Mushroom Cappuccino
This wild soup comes topped with cinnamon cream foam for some extra winter punch.
Cost Rs 180
At Silver Beach Café, 16 Murzban Road, near Sterling Cinema, Fort.
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