15 places to eat the best soups in Buenos Aires

Although Mafalda hated it, we all know the benefits of a good soup. I know that shock Warmth that we sometimes need on cold days, like the opportunity to experiment with flavors, textures and combinations of ingredients. Ideal for this time of year (cold days) that we have chosen the 15 best places to eat the best soups in Buenos Aires.

potato and leek. Photo: Nina

At Ninina you can warm up with homemade creamy soups made with quality organic ingredients. They offer potato and leek (based on celery, onion, leek, potato, vegetable broth, salt and pepper), roasted squash and green apple (made with butter, green apple, squash, onion, sage, vegetable broth, cinnamon, nutmeg, and pepper Sea Salt) and Tomato (with Perita Tomato, Tomato Extract, Carrot, Red Onion, Garlic, Basil, Vegetable Stock, Salt and Pepper). advice: To organize the weekly menu on cold days, you can order them frozen, vacuum packed and ready to eat whenever you want.

Sottovoce by Alejo Waisman
Sottovoce by Alejo Waisman

If you are a fan of Italian cuisine and miss the good vegetable soups in the evening, then you cannot miss the Sottovoce classic. It is a thick soup of Italian origin prepared with vegetables, often with the addition of pasta or rice, sometimes both. Common ingredients include butternut squash, onions, celery, carrots, leafy greens, broth, Parmesan cheese, and tomatoes. It’s a tasty bomb!

Classic French onions.  Photo: Gontran Cherrier
Classic French onions. Photo: Gontran Cherrier

In the Boulangerie Gontran Cherrier you can treat yourself to two exquisite French soups. You can order a classic of the classics: Soup à l’oignon based on onions, lard, 0000 flour, white wine, vegetable broth, accompanied by traditional baguette toast, au gratin with parmesan, is very creamy and with an intense flavor. Another creamy option is the Roasted Cabutia Pumpkin Soup and Vegetable Broth, served with pumpkin seeds, blue cheese, honey and croutons on top. For dessert, don’t forget to try some of the French delicacies such as B. the Eclaire Caramel with pâte à choux, filled with caramel cream and covered with caramel glaze.

Misoshiru soup.  Photo: Osaka
Misoshiru soup. Photo: Osaka

For fans of Japanese cuisine Miso soup (味噌汁, misoshiru) is a great option. It’s a traditional Japanese dish consisting of a dashi broth mixed with soft miso paste. Also, there are many optional ingredients (various veggies, tofu, abura age, etc.) that can be added based on local and seasonal recipes… so super custom. In Japanese food culture Miso soup is a representative of soup dishes served with rice and is also known as Omiotsuke (御味御付).

Quinoa, squash and mushrooms.  Photo: tribe
Quinoa, squash and mushrooms. Photo: tribe

Enjoy a warm soup at the foot of the river Every day, Tribu proposes varieties from a vegetable, a crunch and a different texture. Utilizing seasonal veggies and superfoods, they offer soups like the quinoa, squash, and mushroom soups, which are made with cabutia cooked and mixed with the skin and finished off with cooked quinoa and mushrooms sautéed in olive oil. Every day other options change, such as peas with croutons and pumpkin cream with almonds, among others.

come out, they say "Soul" in Icelandic
Sál means “soul” in Icelandic.

Sál means “soul” in Icelandic and is the name of the restaurant that aims to bring to Argentina the flavors and techniques of Scandinavian cuisine using the best produce from the local market. In its gastronomy, because of the climate and its products, soup is not only an extremely important dish, but also a full meal.. One of our favorites is fennel, leeks, oysters with rock, pistachios, dill and hay salt.

Indian lentil curry.  Photo: Mil y Pico
Indian lentil curry. Photo: Mil y Pico

The cold came and in the pizzeria Mil y Pico, the well-known Danilo Ferraz, added a few recipes from the menu and one of the most comforting is the Dahl, a typical Indian red lentil curry. It has a base of veggies, subtle hot spices and coconut milk that add sweetness and smoothness. Garnish with fresh coriander when serving. A balanced dish with a mix of spicy and sweet flavors that you can enjoy every Monday in one of its eclectic establishments in a splendid corner of the Chacarita district.

Soup inspired by Mediterranean cuisine.  Photo: Tana Restaurant
Soup inspired by Mediterranean cuisine. Photo: Tana Restaurant

Raw spinach, mushrooms, onion, white wine, vegetable broth and toasted almonds – sounds tempting? All these are the ingredients of the soup that Tana Restaurante proposes, an incredible place for lovers of Italian gastronomy that you must try without a doubt.

Super creamy pumpkin.  Photo: Joe's Grill
Super creamy pumpkin. Photo: Joe’s Grill

If you are looking for a place to go out with your kids, where they can chat and enjoy delicious food, Joe’s Grill is the place to be. The menu is huge with many options, salads, ribs, hamburgers, Mexican food and more.. For the cold days you can choose one of the two soups: creamy pumpkin soup with homemade broth and milk cream or the classic onion soup with concentrated puree of onions, leeks and garlic with cream. The children can order the children’s menu, which comes with a gift and several options to choose from.

borscht  Photo: Byblos
borscht Photo: Byblos

Few things are richer than a good beetroot soup. Not just for the fun of coloring the tongue (a plus to share with the little ones!), but because it’s soft, nutritious, and delicious. The one from Byblos is 10 in total: “We selected the beets before the end of the season to use them and try to achieve an inversion of a soup that we like very much, which is borscht. In this case, an inversion, as we use homemade yogurt and dill, which go really well with the earthy and sweet taste of beets. To give it texture and to be able to make a suitable vegan soup, we use some dry breadcrumbs instead of cream to create that creaminess,” they told us from the kitchen.

Vegan and organic.  Photo: Peppermint Restaurant
Vegan and organic. Photo: Peppermint Restaurant

Restaurant Hierbabuena is an option to consider if you are a lover of warm and homemade soups and creams. Every day they surprise with a different option served as a courtesy in their executive menu and in their usual menu.. As part of their natural cooking style, they all contain fresh and organic vegetables, some fruit, spices or seeds and are 100% vegan. One of the well-known varieties is the sweet potato with a hint of orange and vanilla or the pumpkin with sesame and coconut milk.

Vegetable soup.  Photo: Fifi Warehouse
Vegetable soup. Photo: Fifi Warehouse

A visit to Fifi Almacén is a super fun invitation to enjoy delicious food in a relaxed atmosphere, but also to try new tastes and textures and learn a little more about vegetarian cuisine. Their mushroom soup is amazing and has: oyster mushrooms/portobellos, leeks, yogurt and black garlic honey. You can’t miss it!

With traditional flavors of Japanese cuisine.  Photo: Nozomi
With traditional flavors of Japanese cuisine. Photo: Nozomi

Nozomi, the proposal for traditional Japanese food recommended by the chef Juan Matsuoka opened the soup season and added a misoshiru to the menu. It is an indigenous broth of Japanese cuisine made from miso (a soy-based flavoring paste) and served with fresh vegetables and diced tofu. To complete it, it is served in fine crockery that transports you straight to the land of the rising sun.

Original of roasted eggplant.  Photo: Bagatelle
Original of roasted eggplant. Photo: Bagatelle

Bagatelle is not only a place for cocktails and dancing, but also offers fine dining based on Mediterranean cuisine. Among the dishes, the roasted aubergine soup created by chef Julián del Pino stands out., which combines aubergines with tomato, leeks, thyme, homemade vegetable broth, milk and cream results in a super creamy and tasty concoction. On top there is a foam of goat cheese, olive oil and pepper.

Cauliflower Soup and Walnut Oil.  Photo: Namida
Cauliflower Soup and Walnut Oil. Photo: Namida

One of those places where you eat out once and want to come back every week. Námida has a super interesting proposal and with all delicious dishes. His soup is ideal for those who dare to try new flavors. It is based on cauliflower and has onions, garlic, walnut oil, sunflower seeds.