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“Tasty, weird, fun”

Muenchner Suppenkueche
Ranked #29 of 3,852 Restaurants in Munich
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$4 - US$10
Cuisines: Soups
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Good for: Local cuisine, Child-friendly
Dining options: Breakfast, Lunch, Takeout
Description: Best soup in town! We offer a broad selection of soup and stews. Try our famous Gulash-Soup with beef or Bavarian Liver Dumpling Soup. Vegetarians will find their soop as well.
Reviewed 30 October 2013

If you're not up to a sit-down meal and feel like saving a euro or two, this is the place. Located in the Viktualienmarkt, the Soup Kitchen has about 6 soups. On the day we visited, however, nothing on the menu was familiar--no obvious Germanic/English links except tomatten--so ordering was a challenge, though a fun challenge. I just stood by watching until someone ordered something intriguing and then pointed at that.

Finding a place to sit was a chore, but we succeeded. Eating soup standing up with no table might have been difficult.

Don't know what some were complaining about concerning the service: the women at the counter probably thought I was goofy, but she was nice enough. Remember guys, this is Europe, specifically Germany, not Omaha.

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Thank oldcelt
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Reviewed 8 October 2013

Munchner Suppenkuche is located in the Viktualienmarkt. They offer 4 or 5 different soups, each served with bread. We chose a tomato soup and Coq au Vin. Both soups were excellent! The price is right! Large bowls of soup and bread cost between 4€ - 6€. We had fun choosing our soup and especially eating it.

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Thank JanSpruceHeadMaine
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Reviewed 27 September 2013

Beside the fact, that you can take a looong and beautiful walk on the Viktualienmarkt, before you eat here, it is one of my favorite places, because after I finish eating, I don't feel, I'd need a nap to recover.
They have a selection of 4-5 different, very good soup, cost normal - btw. 4-6 € / portion and a portion is enough. If it rains or is cold outside, you still will be covered inside the tend. It is directly in Munich's center, close to the "butcher's corso".

You find here something, if you search for traditional, veggie or modern creations: (carrot-ginger soup). It warms you up for the afternoon walk! Definitely a must, if you want to experience something different.

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Thank Kishajnalka
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Reviewed 17 September 2013

If you are walking around old town and looking for a short soup stop , then that is a great place. a large selection of soups and are all very affordable (I think about 3-6 euro) with well sized portions as well.
too bad that the menu is not in English, you could try and guess what the menu is.
The place can get a bit busy so you might have to wait a bit.

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Thank Naty9
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Reviewed 17 August 2013

It's located right in the center on Munich, in the famous food market. Soup is very good, can't say it was super special, but it was tasteful, real soup.
The prices are ok, we had goulash for 5.60 and dumpling soup for 4.50. The portion is average size. Service is so so, apparently as they aren't lack of customers it isn't needed to make extra effort with providing extra efforts.
they don't speak any English and the menu was only in Deutsch, 7-9 types soups. But if you're in the center and don't want to waste extra money for lunch, it's a very good place to stop by. The main is much healthier than hamburgers and sandwiches.

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Thank Lin77777
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