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It’s Soup Weather! Warm Up With Hearty Soups in Vegas

Last updated: December 16, 2020 at 11:52 am. Posted by in Las Vegas Restaurants. No Comments on It’s Soup Weather! Warm Up With Hearty Soups in Vegas.

Soup Restaurants in Vegas

Wondering where are the best soup restaurants in Vegas?  It’s winter and even in Las Vegas, that means spending a lot of time thinking of ways to get – or stay – warm.

Nothing can match the feeling of a nice, hot, hearty bowl of soup on a cold day, so we’ve put together this list of some of our favorite soup dishes you can find here on The Strip.

Mon Ami Gabi - Soup Restaurants in Vegas

It’s cold, so you don’t have to dine on Mon Ami Gabi’s patio if you don’t feel like it. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Mon Ami Gabi

Sure, you can buy bulk packs of frozen onion soup to stash in your freezer and microwave when a craving strikes, but nothing beats freshly made with quality ingredients. Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Las Vegas has an Onion Soup Au Gratin baked with real gruyère cheese and it’s sure to warm you up with savory goodness.

Beijing Noodle No. 9 at Caesars Palace - Soup Restaurants in Vegas

A bowl of noodle goodness. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Beijing Noodle No. 9

You know a place with “noodle” in the name is going to have bowls upon bowls of steamy, soupy goodness. There are numerous soup and soup-adjacent options like congee at Beijing Noodle No. 9 at Caesars Palace, we suggest the Char Siu Pork Noodle Soup or Shanghai Style Mini-Wonton Soup for something that hits the spot, or if you’re feeling fancy, the Wagyu Beef Noodle.

Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace - Soup Restaurants in Vegas

Just warm up with the soup, not the fire. Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Hell’s Kitchen

Trying to get all fired up this winter? Then what better place than Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace? Start your meal with their pumpkin soup, which is as packed with wonderful ingredients as you’d expect from a Gordon Ramsay restaurant: Maple glazed butternut squash, granny smith apples, toasted pepitas and vadouvon creme fraiche.

Pho from Pho Da Nang - Soup Restaurants in Vegas

Hard to beat a bowl of pho from Pho Da Nang. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Pho Da Nang

Walk up to the counter at Pho Da Nang at Rio Las Vegas and a world of flavorful possibilities opens up to you. Choose your broth style from beef, chicken or veggie and some proteins like the usual chicken, brisket, tofu or more adventurous options like tripe and tendon. Make your pho uniquely yours.

The artichoke and black truffle soup at Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas

The artichoke and black truffle soup at Restaurant Guy Savoy. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Restaurant Guy Savoy

You don’t have to place an order in French, but everything else about Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace is authentic to his Parisian restaurant. If you did wish to order in French, though, be sure to get the soupe d’artichaut à la truffe noire, brioche feuillellée aux champignons et truffles – artichoke and black truffle soup with toasted mushroom brioche and black truffle butter. The soup is a Savoy classic and one of the most recommended dishes here.

Ramen-ya at the Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally’s Las Vegas

The Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally’s Las Vegas.

Ramen-ya

A sister restaurant of the Michelin-recommended Katana-ya in San Francisco, Ramen-ya at the Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally’s Las Vegas offers many varieties of the oh-so-slurpable noodle soup. The shoyu and pork chashu varieties are old standbys, but the lemon shio and even vegetable options are worth exploring, too.

 

You can check out other restaurants in Las Vegas to see what other options you may like.

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Jorge has been writing in Las Vegas for about a decade, covering a mix of entertainment, nightlife and travel offerings for publications like Best of Las Vegas, Las Vegas Weekly, Los Angeles Times and Louisville Voice-Tribune. In his spare time, he's traveling, at pub trivia or not playing his stack of video games.

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