Navni posted on 7th November

Feeling The Chill Yet? Here Are 14 Soups To Keep You Warm This Winter

Ten-Second Takeaway

There are few things that beat the winter chill better than a bowl of hot soup. We’re telling you where to get your spoons into some soup-erb ones in Delhi. The best part? Most of these places will deliver to you.

Qutub Institutional Complex

This is our go-to place for late night momo, Maggi and a steaming bowl of Hot and Sour Soup. The foggier the weather, the better it tastes – comfort food at its best.


Mamagoto’s a classic destination for Asian food with a twist. Their soups are no exception. We recommend the Chinese Sour and Pepper Soup with 22 Ingredients. It’s Mamagoto’s take on the Hot and Sour – it’s lighter but heavy on flavour.

#LBBTip: Space out your soup and your meal, because it can get very filling.


Named after one of our favourite pig-like characters, Jughead’s does typical Chindian soups and delivers at the speed of light {well, almost}. Our favourites include the Manchow and Talumein. One portion serves at least three, so order wisely.


If you want to eat your soup and like it meaty, look no further than the Chicken and Millet Soup at Taj Mahal Hotel’s Machan. Full of chicken chunks and parsley oil croûte, it’s bound to send you to your happy place.

Desi Vibes

If you’re looking for something more Indian, Desi Vibes cooks up some great shorbas. Choose from Mutton or Murgh Shorba, Dal ka Shorba or Tamatar ka Shorba and follow it up with their signature Paneer Makhani.


If you’re a fan of the traditional Japanese Miso Soup, Guppy may be one of the best places for you. A mix of fermented soybean paste, tofu, wakame, spring onions and seasonal vegetables, it’s the perfect start to a sushi meal.


Known for their hand-tossed wood-fired pizzas, Amici is a classic Italian cafe also good for zuppa. Their variety in this department is limited but if you’re having the Alpine Mushroom Soup, all’s good.

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The Golden Dragon

One of the oldest Chinese restaurant chains in the city, The Golden Dragon has managed to keep its soup game up. Don’t believe us? Order the Pure Meatball Clear Soup or the Mixed Seafood Soup. Bound to give you that much needed dose of comfort.


If you find yourself swinging towards the lemongrass and coconut wagon, the Tom Yum soup from Culinaire should serve you well. It’s a spicy Thai soup flavoured with lemon grass and lemon leaves.

Happy Hakka

Happy Hakka has served us well this year. We love their online ordering process and we love their food. One thing our order always includes is the Double Corn Chicken soup.

This is pretty filling though, so you may want to supplement it with just an appetiser {refrain from the dim sums- get the Chicken Bites or the Soya Wings}.

Side Wok

A delectable soup menu with good variety, Side Wok’s sizzling hot soups make for the perfect winter companions. If you’ve got a hankering for the classic, go for the Wonton soup or the Sour ‘n’ Pepper soup and you can always spice your soup night up with their Laksa soup or the Burnt Garlic soup.


If winters get to you quick and stepping out becomes a chore, Freshmenu’s soupy goodness will be delivered to your doorstep, so you can fire up Netflix, curl up in the blanket and slurp, slurp, slurp. Try their cheesy potato and sausage soup and the Minestrone soup.

Music & Mountains - Hillside Cafe

Previously called Sakley’s {we loved that name more, honestly}, Hillside Cafe has a menu worth spending all of your salary or allowance over. They’ve got a selection of four unique soups and we suggest you cross off all of them one by one before diving deep into their scrumptious food section. Our favourites are the Ivy Bank Roast Pepper and Duo of Mushrooms soup.

Crazy Cow

A small, Chinese joint in the Rajouri Garden market, Crazy Cow does the classics just right. Perfectly, in fact. We go crazy over the Hot ‘n’ Sour and Sweet Corn soup and we’re hoping you’ll want seconds just like we always do. Winter shopping evenings need a hot break and this little joint is the best place to get your soup fix.

With inputs from Tushar Thapar.

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