Vancouver Soup Festival

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When the weather outside gets frightful, Vancouverites celebrate with food festivals! We’ve got hot chocolate, food trucks, and for the second year, the Vancouver Soup Festival presented by Vancouver Foodster.

Vancouver Soup Festival

Vancouver Soup Festival

Until February 2, 2020 participating restaurants will feature different soups each week and you are invited to visit, order, savour, and then VOTE for your People’s Choice favourites from each week’s offerings.

Vancouver Foodster will have 3 sets of winners each week. You can pick your favourites based on originality, creativity, uniqueness, traditional, non-traditional, price, value and most importantly taste. Vegan, gluten free, noodles or none, spicy or creamy – have fun trying them all!


The Chopped Leaf (488 Robson St)
Week 1: Mexicali (a hearty soup made with tomatoes, black beans, onions, banana peppers, jalapeno peppers, garlic & spices)
Week 2: Tuscan Kale (a vegetable medley made with tomatoes, onion, celery, carrots, kale, lemon juice & spices)
Week 3: Spicy Creamy Tomato (a smooth and savoury base kicks a classic tomato flavour up a notch.

Noodle Arts (1739 Robson St)
Week 1: Beef Noodle Soup (traditional hand pulled beef noodle soup)
Week 2: Lamb Soup (lamb, tofu, cabbage)
Week 3: Chicken Noodle Soup

Mi Casa Mexicana (2015 Burrard St)
Week 1: Birria de Res (from the Jalisco region of Mexico this soup features beef stew, cilantro, onion, lime, corn tortillas and salsa roja)
Week 2: Mole de Olla (from the Mexico City region this soup features beef, zucchini, green beans, corn, cilantro, onion, lime, corn tortillas and salsa roja)
Week 3: Pozole Rojo (from the Mexico City region this soup features corn hominy, chicken/pork broth, onion, lettuce, radish, oregano, lime. Served with tostadas, sour cream, and spicy salsa pozolera)

Follow @VanFoodster on Twitter for the latest flavours and voting info.

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