How much is Eat N Park Soup Of The Day? This is a question we get at Eat N Park all the time. Many people wonder what the price of a bowl of soup from us is and how much it will cost them to fill their bellies with warming, fulfilling soup on chilly days like today.
When Eat N Park opens in the morning, we start with our beloved line cooks. They slice and dice from 6:30 a.m.-9 a.m., cooking everything from toasts to tacos to sandwiches to salads to the soup of the day in less than half an hour.
In the evening, after all of our guests are seated, we clear out the kitchen so that it can be cleaned and reorganized for the next day’s business.
Eat N Park Soup Of The Day:
Our soup recipe each day is branded onto the tin foil by hand in a matter of minutes once it has been prepared. As the oven sizzles and the soups are placed in their boiling pots, one person cooks them.
The ingredients for our line cook to make the soup are infused with love: garden vegetables, whole grains, and good quality meats like beef or chicken, or salmon. The spicy flavors vary by customer preference from mild to hotness, making your nose hairs curl with gratitude.
Hearty bowls of soup at Eat N Park will fill you up and warm your soul. We can’t imagine anyone not loving us!
What is the soup of the day?
The day’s soup is a rotating selection of hearty soups, which usually originates from the line cook’s original recipe. The ingredients used for this recipe vary daily and are chosen by the line cook. Our current line cook is Luis, and his favorite soup for us to serve up on a Thursday is Mushroom Chicken Stew with Chicken Dumplings and Yukon Gold Mashed Potatoes.
In addition to the day’s soup on its own, our line cook can also create new delicious combinations with the day’s entree. For example, we serve many chicken and beef dishes, but our line cook is incredibly talented at making delicious vegetarian options like Vegan Mushroom Pot Pie.
What is the soup of the day at eat n park?
Our current soup of the day is Mushroom Chicken Stew with Chicken Dumplings and Yukon Gold Mashed Potatoes. This soup originates from our line cook Luis’s original creation. It is a hearty, stew-style soup made with authentic chicken dumplings labor of love from our line cook.
The dumplings are made from potatoes and onions and then baked in the oven for about 40 minutes or until they’re soft, fluffy, and ready to eat when you’re prepared to dig in!
Ten most popular menus in Eat N Park Soup Of The Day:
1. Moroccan Lentil Soup:
Moroccan Lentil Soup is our line cook’s favorite meal to make for anyone who comes to Eat N Park. The flavors in this soup are vibrant, and Moroccan spices like anise or fennel complement the lentils. It is a nice change away from our other soup entrees, and Chef John (our line cook) serves it year-round with pride.
2. Chicken Noodle Soup:
We all know that chicken noodles are delicious, but we didn’t expect some customers to love them as much as our line cook. His love of this dish goes back to a few years ago when he was forced to do a lot of cooking at the restaurant after being hit by a car and nearly losing his eye. Since then, our line cook has been inspired to use the recipes he learned in his first-ever job at age 16 to make delicious chicken noodle soup a favorite for many.
3. Broccoli Cheese Soup:
Broccoli Cheese Soup is known for its spicy flavors and thick consistency. This dish is a massive favorite for many because our line cook always serves it with an extra sprinkle of cheese. Customers who do not eat cheese will ask for it on the side, but most of our patrons have no idea that this extra sprinkle adds such a nice flavor to the whole soup!
4. Tomato Basil Soup:
Most people think tomato soup is a fall/winter classic, but this isn’t the case. Our line cook, Luis, loves serving his Tomato Basil Soup hat is slightly more than a classic tomato soup and complements Eat N Park’s fried chicken perfectly. This creamy and spicy soup is inspired by Spanish and Italian cuisine–and the fact that our line cook was born in Spain!
5. Miso Soup:
Miso Soup is one of the most popular soups at Eat N Park, and for a good reason! It has a delicious creamy consistency and carries a nice, spicy flavor that many people like in the fall and winter months. Some customers prefer the lightness of this dish, but others love it with a bit of oil added to the mixture. Luis often makes this soup cold, leading many customers to enjoy it when they feel freezing in their systems.
6. Peppery Vegetable Soup:
The concept of this dish is a little funny, but when you taste it, you’ll understand why customers find this soup a great way to warm their insides up in the colder months. The green beans, peppers, and carrots in this soup have just enough bite to give your tastebuds a bit of spice. In addition to the vegetables, the line cook adds some chicken for protein, making every bowl hearty and warm.
7. Asian Chicken Noodle:
Eat N Park’s Asian Chicken Noodle Soup is an excellent example of fresh, healthy Asian cuisine. Our line cook prepares this dish using fresh vegetables from our local farmers and adding soy sauce to help the meats retain their flavor in the soup. This soup is best enjoyed on a chilly day with some hot rice, but customers can order fried noodles if they want something different.
8. Vegan Mushroom Pot Pie:
The most original dish we serve at Eat N Park is our Vegan Mushroom Pot Pie with Vegetable Dumplings created by our line cook, Luis. The filling is bursting with good mushrooms, onions, and garlic, and the dumplings are cooked in a rich chicken broth. This dish sets off your Taste buds!
9. Tomato Basil Soup:
We love that the Tomato Basil Soup line cook started the tradition of serving this soup at Eat N Park rather than just tomatoes on its own. He understands the importance of making creative combinations for all our customers, and we appreciate his work in making this dish. Our customers love this soup in the summer because it is served cold and a nice break from the spicy soups we usually serve weekly to weekends.
10. Vegetarian Bean Soup:
Eat N Park’s Vegetarian Bean Soup was created by Chef John because he wanted to make something everyone would like. He did not believe everyone should have to eat the same thing for every meal, so he created a soup full of vegetables and herbs to give customers various options. This soup is also served in a cup instead of a bowl, making it easier for customers who prefer delicate foods to eat at our restaurant!
What happens in Eat N Park’s kitchen
The line cooks make all of the soups and sandwiches at Eat N Park. They use fresh Food like organic chicken and locally grown vegetables daily.
They also make salads, fries, and grilled sandwiches. The soups are made fresh every morning before Eat N Park opens, but they will stay hot on the steam table to stay warm! A sandwich artist makes sandwiches every hour in front of the house. They make all of the salads and fries as well.
After all of our guests have been served their meals, we clear out Eat N Park’s kitchen so that it can be cleaned and reorganized for the next day’s business.
What soups Does Eat N Park have today?
You’ll find both of these soup options today. First up, the New England Clam Chowder with potato dumplings (stewed potatoes, onions, celery, and seasonings simmered for hours in a creamy red sauce). Then, the Seafood Gumbo with shrimp, smoked sausage, and thick slices of cornbread.
It’s not just soups of the day that you can find at Eat N Park (okay, it is today). We have a bunch of delicious sides to go with your entree. Today, we have the following: tossed green salad, the veggie of the day, French Fries, sweet potato fries, and hush puppies.
Eat N Park has been in business for more than 60 years because our cooks make delicious Food at a great value daily. Our history speaks for itself. We’ve created all kinds of things that others have copied or imitated, but we still have our original recipes dating back to the Civil War. Everything we do is different, and there is no other restaurant like Eat N Park unless you count the copycats.
What about the price of Eat N Park soup?
The cost for a bowl of our soup today will be between $4-6.00, depending on what type of soup you order. The price is based on the kind of seafood you select, the amount of shrimp, crab, or lobster you call in your bowl, and the size of your bowl.
If you’d like a larger size, we’ll have a special for you today: a bowl that is the same size as our regular bowls, but it will be filled with soup instead of dry Food. It will cost $9.00 per bowl.
When you visit Eat N Park, we hope you enjoy the Food. We know that the Taste is what keeps our customers returning to Eat N Park, but the service will make you feel like a family member.
We have a few new soups on today’s menu – please check out the Soup Menu for details! Thanks for visiting Eat N Park, and we hope you enjoy the day.