I don't really like soup. That seems like a very weird way to start a blog post, especially since this one is about soup, but what I'm trying to say is that I really enjoyed my meal at RaviSoups, despite my indifference towards soup.
Best Soups in Toronto Award
Curried Lamb Wrap. I loved it. It didn't have a horrendous curry stink, where you can almost picture animated cartoon stink lines emanating from it. It was well seasoned, and yet well balanced. The wrap held together nicely, it didn't fall apart when I bit into it, and I appreciated the combination of salty and sweet ingredients. I loved the little bits of squash and edamame within the wrap; they contrasted the curried lamb's strong flavours very nicely.
Corn Chowder with Crab. The last time I went to RaviSoups, as I was walking out, I reread their menu and saw that they served corn chowder with crab. I was bitterly upset (not really) with myself for not ordering it. After many long months, when I finally had the chance to return to RaviSoups, I ordered it. My wait was not in vain. The crab's subtle, one-dimensional flavour was well enhanced by the small strips of basil on top. As for the rest of the soup, it was very rich, creamy, and well-seasoned. Unlike most corn chowders, it didn't have gritty pieces of corn floating around.
Steak wrap. To be honest, I cannot remember this wrap's exact name, but it's steak something... Regardless of what it is called, it is absolutely delicious. Unlike most steak wraps/sandwiches, which always end up tasting bland and rubbery, this one was tender and nicely balanced.
Butternut Squash Soup. I really appreciate how creamy and smooth the soup was. It is one of those soups that is light and bright enough for a summer day, and yet, rich and warm enough for winter.
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