Famed Soups From Around The World

Tonkotsu ramen

Tonkotsu is a unique style of Japanese ramen consisting of a rich, fatty pork broth, fresh noodles, soft-yolk eggs, and tender pork belly.


An Italian favorite, minestrone is a filling soup commonly made with beans, onions, celery, carrots, tomatoes, and pasta.


Native to the Niger Delta and South East Nigeria, this rich, palm-fruit based soup features fresh catfish, beef, and dried seafood.

Tortilla soup

A specialty of Mexico City, this Mexican comfort soup includes a golden chicken broth, which is enriched with onions, tomatoes, chipotle chilies, epazote, and fried pieces of tortilla.

French onion soup

For this French classic, onions are caramelized over low heat until they reach that ideal sweet flavor. The soup is then topped with bread and Gruyère cheese, which is broiled to perfection.

Chupe de camarones

This creamy shrimp soup is a Peruvian specialty from Arequipa, a historic city surrounded by towering volcanoes. The tender shrimp swim alongside chunks of Andean potatoes, corn, and a fried egg.


A hearty combination of root vegetables, kielbasa sausage, pickles, sour cream, and hard-boiled eggs, this Polish classic is a must during those colder months.


The most classic version includes tomatoes, cucumbers, garlic, and olive oil, with a handful of stale breadcrumbs added for body.