Winter is still far away and the entire world is rejoicing at better, temperate climes existing now. Even if a warm dish, the smell of soup is unmistakable inside a household or in a restaurant. The thick, creamy bowl filled with vegetables, potatoes and thin meat cuts is fulfilling even in the warmest of weathers and all over New York and London are these five great venues that guarantee only the heavenliest of soup experiences.
In CBS Local's collection of the most amazing New York City soup venues comes Kingsley. Located in Avenue B, 190 in New York, CBS Local writes that a "bowl of curry soup like no other" exists in this Kingsley. The news website describes the soup as flavorful and exciting with a pinch of seafood, apples and sprouts for good measure.
New York's UK equivalent in the form of London features Mishkins. While not specializing in London's native liquid delicacies, Mishkins is more about traditional Jewish dishes and a single soup dish that is tastefully delightful -- the Chicken Matzo Ball -- that features poultry dumplings with a broth like no other.
Another soup specialty only found in London is one that has a vegetarian twist. Mildreds has plenty of vegetarian-friendly meals up its sleeve -- making it not quite friendly to meat lovers. But soup is for the soul and soup need not to contain any meat to taste beautiful -- as with any amazing dish. The Evening Standard UK guarantees that all types of soup served daily in Mildreds is "wholesome, hot and utterly delicious."
Back in New York, seafood soup will always be an amazing dish to consume. Flinders Lane adds an Indian curry-style taste to a combination of seafood including shrimp and crab. Thick laksa paste in one soup means a fulfilling tummy -- a must try especially for empty stomachs.
Cheese on top of soup? Yes please? Then London's Mon Plaisir is all it takes to fulfill a milky creamy dining experience in the form of a specialty onion soup topped with some hot cheese toast. Sound amazing? Indeed!
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