Simple but good especially in this cold weather vegan friendly 4 soups to choose from and every soup comes with bread
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Supa was a gem of a find in Reykjavik. Just off the main street, it was everything we could have hoped for. Yummy food, reasonably priced, accompanied by salad and homemade bread options. It became one of our favorite locations to eat. We went there...More
Great soups at a great price. Ate here after a long, cold, and wet day in Reykjavik. Had the Indian Lentil soup, and it was delicious. Warmed me right up.
Every day you can choose between 6 different soups from different corners of the world, all made from scratch in their soup kitchen. I particularly love the Kenyan soup and the tomato and basil soup and it comes with freshly baked sourdough bread and humus...More
Stumbled on this place thanks to a sign on the high street soup was just what I fancied. Of the 6 ish soups they did only 3 had any left, this was about 3pm on Saturday. (they close on sundays) we had the French lentil...More
Stopped by this fine soup bar in Reykjavik after a long days touring. What a gem! The fare was delicious and the prices very reasonable by Icelandic standards. A big plus was the personable service by Magda (Maggie) who made me feel so at home...More
We had two different soups, very tasty and healthy, they came with a slice of great bread with hummus. Friendly staff, nice and cosy place. Price was fine, too!
While wandering aimlessly around Reykjavík, my wife and I needed a place to rest our tired feet and fill our empty stomachs. We saw the sandwich board sign for Supa and made a spontaneous decision to stop and check it out. The pleasant staff explained...More