It’s ALWAYS the season for ZOUP!

When you’re eating soup it’s usually under a blanket, snuggled in that favorite spot on the couch trying to stay warm.

Or maybe it’s sipping some chicken noodle, splashing hot broth on you cheek as you try to calm your stomach from that nasty flu bug.

Hardly ever would you see someone going to town on a bowl of soup on a 80° day next to the pool, that’s just crazy.

 

However, the world is changing and we need to change with it.

 

Soup isn’t just soup anymore it’s ZOUP, a sexy spin on that tasty winter comfort food.

It’s more than just water downed noodles floating in some salty water, it’s lunch, dinner, and a bedtime snack.

It’s a January through December take your family out to celebrate dads promotion adventure.

If you’re a picky eater like me you tend to stick to the same thing, or at least want a nice variety of choices.

Well, at ZOUP they have hundreds of soups to choose from with a daily rotation of 12 different kinds available.

Their soups are great quality, thick, tasty and always filling AND all soups are served with a fresh piece of bread.  Mmmmmm!

Not sure if you’re going to like a soup, I mean Tomato and Feta sounds delicious but are you willing to get a giant bowl without knowing for sure if it’s going to be that perfect soup for you!

No problem, ask for a sample, try all of them. They encourage that.

Zoup also has choices such as spicy, dairy-free, vegetarian, low-fat and made with gluten- free ingredients if you have a specific diet or taste.

Whether you like, love, or hate soup you still can’t go wrong with this restaurant chain.

Don’t like soup, try one of their freshly made salads, not a fan of eating like a rabbit, have one of their toasted sandwiches.

Want a little bit of everything, take advantage of their TRYTWO! combo and indulge your taste buds.

 

MY RECENT TRIP

We had an early volleyball game one night and so there was no time for dinner beforehand.

After three intense games of bumping and spiking my stomach was literally writing it’s last will and testament. My husband had asked me what I wanted for dinner and like always, I couldn’t think of a place.

I wanted something fast and different but also delicious and tasty. Zoup kept popping in and out of my head, we hadn’t had it in awhile and it was definitely something I was craving.

There’s a Zoup near where we live and it was on the way home, so Zoup was where we went.   How convenient! 

 

HOSPITALITY AT IT’S FINEST 

Like always and like I remembered, you’re greeted with a warm welcome and a satisfying smell of fresh bread and hot ingredients.

I shuffled myself up to the glass and started reading all the soup choices, I knew what my backup was if I couldn’t find anything to my liking.

Chicken Pot Pie one of my favorites, and it’s ALWAYS in the rotation, add some pie crust to top it off and you’re in heaven.

However, I am also smitten with Tomato Basil and that was on the menu, if you didn’t know already, I am horrible at making timely choices.

After about 10 minutes of me pacing back and forth, moaning and drooling I finally made up my mind. The very patient workers behind the counter were more than happy to help and never tried to hurry me along.

I went with the chicken pop pie (shocker) and added on a chicken caesar salad. Also as an option I was able to upgrade my soup size to a bowl because like I said before…I was starving.

I took my meal home but the low lighting and nice selection of seating within the place is also recommended for an enjoyably dine-in experience.

Zoup has a lot to offer, they do catering, have kids menus, desserts, drinks and more. I highly recommend it.

Check out my local ZOUP and see how they post their daily menu on the website, this way you can plan ahead OR order online!

 

Thank you for stopping by!  Man! Are you getting hungry? I know just from writing this I’ve worked up an appetite.

If you agree and like what you’ve read, please feel free to    , this way I can stay happy, full, and continue to bring you quality blogs!

 

 

6 thoughts on “It’s ALWAYS the season for ZOUP!”

  1. They really have soup chains?
    I like soup but it’s more of a meh meal for me. I’m not sure Id like a soup restaurant haha, I like my food to be in solid form!

    1. I’ve always been a soup and salad gal, delicious. Their soups though (depending on the kind) have a lot of substance. I bet if you went there you would find one you like and be pleasantly surprised. Come visit, I’ll treat you to some good soup!

  2. I love soups! One of my favorites is a basic tomato-basil soup with mozzarella. Also Chinese chicken-corn soup is so good. Yum :)! I wish we had zoup here in Norway too!

    1. Oh I do too! A good soup and salad combo are sometimes my favorite and filling.
      YES! There’s something about a good tomato-basil soup and the thought of melted mozzarella mixed in has me drooling. Never tried the Chinese chicken one before, but does sound interesting.
      I can also go for Broccoli Cheddar and loaded potato. Mmm. Sorry to hear you don’t have a Zoup around. 🙁
      Thanks for the interaction!!

  3. Oooh this sounds amazing! I’m a funny one with soup, I’ve never really liked it but in the last few years I’ve grown to love Tomato soup or Tomato and Basil. I love proper thick, vegetable soups and had a really nice spicy carrot one a little while ago but can’t remember what else was in it. I love that you can try a sample before you buy a whole meal – that’s a fantastic idea! xxx

    1. I know what you mean though, I am not a fan of your typical chicken noodle. I need something more out of my soup, haha. They have this soup bowl too where they cut a hole in this bread and plop some soup in it, so you can eat the bowl as you go along. YUM! Yes, samples are a great way to find out if that soup is for you!

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