The soup in Pittsburgh is not to be missed. Here are a few of our favorites.
As the air gets colder in the Burgh', nothing tastes better than a hearty bowl of homemade soup. Pittsburgh has lots of places to get your soup on, and they taste almost as good as your mom's! Take the chill out of winter this season by trying one or more of these great soups and warm up with Pittsburgh's hot food scene!
Soups to try: Tom Yum - spicy and sour lemongrass, and tom kha - creamy coconut milk, mushroom, cabbage, carrot and spinach. Another of my favorites is the glass noodle with cabbage in a clear broth. Main image is Tom Yum Soup from Smiling Banana Leaf. Photo Credit: Yelp user Tina B.
Soups to try: Coconut galangal soup - chicken or vegetables in lemongrass and galangal coconut broth. Also try the thai style chicken noodle, and the spicy dill soup with beef (om nue) which is beef soup with herbs and spices topped with dill.
A no-frills favorite where you really can't go wrong with the Mung Bean Noodle or Saigon soups. Be sure to load them up with chili and hoisin sauce, and get an order of the fresh spring rolls while you’re there!