Soup Dragon restaurant

168 Capel Street, City Centre North

Dublin 1

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Cuisine:
Casual Dining

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23 reviews
4 stars - based on 23 reviews

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OPENING HOURS

Mon12:00pm - 9:00pm
Tue12:00pm - 9:00pm
Wed12:00pm - 9:00pm
Thu12:00pm - 9:00pm
Fri12:00pm - 9:00pm
Sat12:00pm - 9:00pm
Sun12:00pm - 9:00pm

CAPACITY
10 people

CUISINES
Casual Dining, Cheap Eats

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Soup Dragon

marccam7491733332
Wicklow
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:37%

Reviewed 21st May 2016 (visited 20 May 2016 )

Plenty of great lunch choices in Dublin's "Right Bank" but for me the stew @ €7.50(large) is the tastiest/best value/nourishing/yummiest lunch in Dublin.nChunky veg, tender beef & three chunky slices of fresh bread had me well satisfied!!

Soup Dragon

christmas
Louth
72 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 02nd April 2014 (visited 25 March 2014 )

I work on Capel St and go here for lunch most days. They have the most extensive selections of soups and they are always delicous. The service is always speedy even when they are under serious pressure between 1-2pm. The food is so different and the spelt bread is lovely! They also have the calories up for the soups which is great for anyone watching their weight. Good value for healthy food!

Soup Dragon

neoxchain
Dublin
5 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 10th November 2013 (visited 8 November 2013 )

The staff is friendly most of the time and the service is very fast. They have a nice array of options for soups, sandwiches and salads. The prices are very reasonable with the 3e lunch menu that offers small soup or salad, bread and a piece of fruit. Would recommend for a small bite in the afternoon.

Soup Dragon

mimic
Dublin
51 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 25th February 2012 (visited 15 February 2012 )

Headed into Soup Dragon to use a voucher I bought on one of the deal sites. It was 1.30, on a Wednesday and it was very busy! The queue moved very quickly though and service was fast and efficient, as the name implies they specialize in soup and there's a wide variety of meat and veggie ones to choose from. I had a large Tuscan Bean Soup, it came with bread, a drink and a piece of fruit - for a fiver, great value! The soup was delicious, chunky veg and beans in a tomato base, the bread was really fresh too! I was lucky enough to get a seat (it only seats about 10 on high stools at a counter) so I ate in. This is not a place to have a leisurely lunch but for a quick, nourishing lunch it hits the spot, I'll definitley be back!

Soup Dragon

davidmdot
Dublin
4 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 05th December 2011 (visited 2 December 2011 )

On Fridays, Soup Dragon does a Fiver Friday special deal which comprises a bowl of soup, bread and a piece of fruit for a fiver. You can get soup and bread in loads of places in Dublin for under a fiver but the soup here is VERY good. This time it was bacon, leek and potato. It was a large helping of thick homemade soup. Big chunks of bacon, lumps of potato and melty leek. Fresh bread cut from a loaf. Very tasty and very filling and, I thought, good value. You take your piece of fruit from a basket near the door. The place is small (about 10 seats) but warm (it was a bitterly cold rainy day). Jugs of water and plastic beakers are available on the counter. Sevice is quick. They do a brisk take-away service too. While I was in the place, there was a steady stream of take-away punters. Recommended for a quick, filling, tasty lunch.

Soup Dragon

gypsy79
Dublin
64 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 19th January 2011 (visited 17 January 2011 )

Soups all great. We had chicken chowder and lentil. Bowls(medium) are huge. Dont want to see the large ones!! Desserts huge and very filling and most importantly tasty Service exemplery and very friendly

Soup Dragon

carberry
Dublin
48 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 02nd November 2010 (visited 2 November 2010 )

Fantastic food. I tried the vegetable curry soup and the berry crumble - both fab. Space is limited so be prepared to take away.

Soup Dragon

TeletextPear
Cork
10 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 29th September 2010 (visited 10 August 2010 )

I visited Soup Dragon for lunch and took advantage of the €3 deal, which can't really be beaten for a good value lunch in the capital. It includes a small soup, bread and a piece of fruit. I've tried the vegetable and spicy lentil soups and both were great, they really taste homemade. The shop itself is quite small and seating space is limited so it's probably best for a takeaway lunch.

Soup Dragon

miki
Dublin
56 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 28th September 2010 (visited 22 September 2010 )

Came here last wed for some lunch.The 3 euro lunch deal is v good.2 pieces of bread ,an apple /orange and a small soup is a good deal.I got the roast pumpkin and aubergine one.V nice but has to be said,it is v small!

Soup Dragon

sjb
Dublin
39 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 15th June 2010 (visited 15 June 2010 )

I've had the soup from here before and it's always good. Today I got the thai chicken curry and rice for lunch for a change. It's pricey at €6.50 for a small tub with just carrots and a teeny bit of chicken in it. That said, I wouldn't really mind if it was tasty. The rice was half cooked, not al dente or anything else. Half cooked and inedible. The €3 lunch deal, soup, bread and a piece of fruit, is fantastic and I think I'll stick with that from now on €6.50 is too much to spend on something that isn't nice.

Soup Dragon

MsWalita
Dublin
13 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 31st October 2009 (visited 27 October 2009 )

I think this is one of the best little places I've found for lunch in a long time and I now go here regular basis to get my soup fix! The ladies working there are lovely and will even give you a free taste of the soup if you ask. The small soup to go is great value (3euro), altough I find myself always going for the medium just because it really fills me up for the day - the thai green chicken and the chili beef are almost more of a proper meal than what one would call a "soup". They're full of big chunks of meat and veg. Excellent stuff. One word of advice though is to get in before the lunchtime rush - this place is tiny and I'd say barely seats 10.

Soup Dragon

loulovesfood
Dublin
80 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 29th January 2010 (visited 29 January 2010 )

I think the €3 takeaway special from soup dragon must be the best value offer around. The selection of vegetarian soups is always fantastic and bread is lovely and fresh. along with fruit for dessert, what more could you want!

Soup Dragon

miffster
Dublin
40 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 14th August 2009 (visited 14 August 2009 )

regularly go here for soup to go. Brilliant value lunch special - small soup (thats actually pretty large), 2 chunky slices of fresh bread and a piece of fruit for €3. Large choice of delicous, fresh, filling soups. Best soup I've had, eat-in or take-out, in Dublin. Highly recommended. not many seats inside and take-out is much better value. Bring your soup down to the boardwalk to eat if you can put up with the drunks!

Soup Dragon

Ariff R
Dublin
66 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 04th September 2008 (visited 21 August 2008 )

I love this place - the food, concept, service... everything! Soup Dragon is one of those little gems that Dublin has that should be an institution on itself, if it isn't already. My favourite is the Thai Chicken and I always get the biggest size. The bread that comes with is great too! The jugs of water with fresh mint (I think) added when I was there is a great accompaniment to the soup. Seating can be scarce but it never puts me off. Worth walking this far and waiting this long on the queue. Keep up the good work guys.

Soup Dragon

tastydelight

53 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 07th August 2008 (visited 30 July 2008 )

I just have to keep coming back to this place - the Thai chicken soup is like no other. You get three lovely different breads with it (I'd wager they are Bretzel bakery breads) and a free piece of fruit when you leave. Ok, the space is limited but you can always go round the corner to the larger version. The soup is a real meal in itself and while other soups look tempting, I've never strayed from the Thai chicken! A clear case of a restaurant knowing what it does well and sticking to it

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