A nice bowl of warm soup sounds just about perfect on a cold winter day, which is why we wandered into this cramped little restaurant.
The menu looked appealing enough, but I was taken aback by the prices (nearly $9 for a whole sandwich?). My mole and bean soup was greatly lacking in flavor, and my husband's beet soup (not sure of the technical name) was more like watered-down borscht. The sandwiches were fair enough, but the price didn't justify the simple bites. Here's a more precise breakdown:
Sandwiches: fair, but overpriced.
Soup: should be much better for a restaurant named "SoupeSoup"
Service: awful. After being served (and amidst chewing), we were asked to move over, so that another couple could share our table. I'm not opposed to sharing a table, but nobody likes to move to the side mid-chew.
Total Bill Price: $35...for two sandwiches and two soups.
Repeat Worthy: not a chance.