5. Soups

The older I get, the more I like 'em. And my food group preferences start to show here - mostly, if not entirely, vegetables and seafood.

This is a soup at a 2 Michelin star Japanese place in East Village that is not there any more.
They stayed in business though, just moved somewhere else.
I have more meals from there in other groups, so if you're patient enough to browse, you'll find out
House-Made Houtou Noodles and Stewed Winter Vegetables in Miso Broth
 Nappa Cabbage, Taro, Shimeji, Enoki, Kabocha, Carrot, Snow pea, Shiratama-Fu, Shichimi
Same restaurant as above ;-)

Broccoli soup, very healthy - no cream, no nothing, just a sliver of butter size of Greenland
 My mom's kitchen
Brodet - seafood soup variation
 Monte Restaurant, Rovinj, Croatia

Chilled cauliflower soup
Angelica's Kitchen, East Village, NY
Crab & Coconut Soup; Mediterranean Mussels
John Dory Oyster Bar, Flatiron, NY
Easter/Passover diet - Seafood Pho,
Thai So'n, Chinatown, NYC (Vietnamese Restaurant, despite the name)
So far the best Pho in town, comparable to the phonomenal one in Toronto
Shrimp Pho
Thai So'n, Chinatown, NYC
Fish soup
Lagarta Lodge, Nosara, Costa Rica (Pacific Coast)
Fromagerie, London
Gazpacho with Blue Crab and Pepper Avocado Paste
L & W Oyster Co., Flatiron, NY

Lobster Bisque, Garden Salad, Mussels
Duryea's Lobster Deck, Montauk, Long Island

 Lobster bisque and Manhattan chowder
Lobster Roll "LUNCH",  Amagansett, Long Island

Manhattan seafood chowder,tomato-based soup, loaded with clams, shrimp, scallops and cod. Really loaded.
Lobster Roll "LUNCH",  Amagansett, Long Island

Mushroom Soba
Soba Koh, East Village, NYC

NEW ENGLAND CLAM CHOWDER "oyster crackers" (real oysters)
Alder, East Village, NYC

Pumpkin soup
DBGB Kitchen & Bar, NYC

Ribolita Tuscan vegetable and bread minestrone
 white beans, cavolo nero, olive oil, bruschetta, Parmiggiano Reggiano
Bottega, Yountville, Napa Valley, CA

Roasted Cod chowder with little neck clams, smoked bacon, potatoes and leeks
Balthazar, Soho, NYC

Very special variation on traditional Vietnamese Pho - with brisket! Excellent.
The New French, West Village, NYC

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