Wintry soups Thick, hearty, wholesome and healthy, is there a better winter option than a hot bowl of soup?
Our selection of five of the best wintry soups
Pollen Tea Room
Using seasonal winter vegetables fresh from the market, lentils, beans, and served with Summer Kitchen sourdough toast, Pollen Tea Room’s soups are simple but certainly something to warm you from the inside out this winter. Made with love, these vegan-friendly wintry soups for the soul ($13) should be enjoyed by the cosy fireplace. 56 Hampden Rd, Battery Point
Machine Laundry Cafe
The soup option on Machine Laundry Café’s specials board changes every two days or so, but the fundamentals of each stay the same. Bold flavours – such as tomato, lentil and herb; cauliflower, potato and leek; pumpkin, peanut and chipotle, served in generous portions with sourdough and a great price tag ($11). 12 Salamanca Square, Battery Point
The Duchess Cafe
Sandy Bay’s popular Duchess Cafe has an ever changing soup selection. However, the Moroccan pumpkin, red lentil, ginger and cumin soup served with tahini yoghurt, mint, lemon, Dukkah and turmeric flatbread ($15) is one of the cafe’s most popular options. The Duchess makes their soups to cater to wide range, suitable for a range of eating requirements. 231 Sandy Bay Rd, Sandy Bay
The Wursthaus Kitchen
The Wursthaus make a variety of soups year round, but their pea and ham is one of their most popular ones. Thick and hearty, with no flavour enhancers, just good natural ingredients and the Wursthaus’ own smoked lamb hock. You’ll pay $6 for a regular serve or $7.50 with toasted Pigeon Whole sourdough. 1 Montpelier Retreat, Hobart
The Soup Stop’s best sellers are the traditional pumpkin and the red lentil, quinoa, vegetables and spinach. These options are light and healthy, rich and warming, vegan and gluten-free with the choice of adding cream afterwards. Have your soup spiced to suit your taste, or have it made extra spicy to really warm yourself up on a cold winters day.
4 Barrack St, Hobart