Naked Soup, 6 Kersland Street, Glasgow West End
Pammi G sampled a couple of soups here - 'lentil, sweet potato & coconut, and cumin & parsnip which were both really tasty.' With around 3 different offerings each day you're sure to find the soup to suit you!
Martha's, 142A St Vincent Street, Glasgow City Centre
Kevin G is a fan of this 'cosy wee place.' For soup options 'they have 2 choices of soup each day (one veggie, one non).' Recent offerings include Sri Lankan chicken & yellow split pea or smokey sweetcorn chowder!
Sideways, 141 Elderslie Street, Glasgow West End
The lunch deal is soup and a sandwich for £4.50 to go. Jules M says 'if you haven't been to this bright airy little cafe yet, put it on yer to-do list. Great spot for vegetarians too!'
Gamba, 225a West George Street, Glasgow City Centre
One dish that Gamba is really famous for is fish soup - affectionately called foup by those in the know! Roz M raves, 'it's nothing short of sensational, made with crab meat and ginger'!
Trans Europe Café, 25 Parnie Street, Merchant City
Grace M loves that 'each sandwich/salad corresponds with a European city and they have a great soup and sandwich deal.' She likes the 'chilled out and friendly staff and atmosphere.'
Soups U, 146 Wellington Street, Glasgow City Centre
This place does what it says on the tin - soup! Emma D says 'they do massive portions of tasty homemade soups, always showing whether they are vegan or veggie.'
Restaurant U Jarka, 5 Parkgrove Terrace, Glasgow West End
Nicola C raves about the soup at this little known gem - 'sour rye soup with egg and sausage was like no soup I've ever had before! So wholesome, filled with flavour and, of course, with an egg!'
Where the Monkey Sleeps, 182 West Regent Street, Glasgow City Centre
Different soups daily, like Moroccan spiced sweet potato, carrot & ginger or mushroom & tarragon, no wonder Tony C describes the soups as 'glorious!'
Avenue G, 291 Byres Road, Glasgow West End
Martyn M perused the menu and 'settled on a cup of soup ¬- today's being split pea and oregano; yum ¬¬- and a glass of iced tea!' He goes on to say 'the cafe is absolutely lovely, with two levels of seating and lovely staff.'
Nanakusa, 441-449 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow City Centre
You can sample something a little different with their miso soup - served with tofu, spring onions and Japanese seaweed. Or you can take Jenna C's recommendation and 'try the noodle soups; they are gorgeously aromatic and definitely something you wouldn't make at home. Tuck in with some Sake and enjoy!'