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Food / January 11, 2021

Soup Ramen launch new store in Smithfield

Photo: Soup Ramen
Food / January 11, 2021

Soup Ramen launch new store in Smithfield

Words: Katie Gartland

You can now get your fill of delicious, noodly-goodness from Soup Ramen’s new location in the city centre.

Soup Ramen have just opened a new store in Smithfield alongside the launch of their new website.

Now Northsiders can get in on the ramen-action by ordering for delivery or collection from Soup’s brand new location on Smithfield’s North King Street.

“Ramen is our way of giving Dublin a big hug,” says Will Shannon, co-owner at Soup 2. “Our ramen is pure comfort food. Everyone deserves a bit of that right now.”

We’re so excited to visit Soup’s Smithfield home after lockdown, take a look at their newly renovated abode:

Soup opened their first store in Dun Laoghaire’s George’s Street Lower in June 2018. They’ve since become a favourite of the area and are known for their delicious deep fried kimchi and classic ramen dishes. Their food is wonderfully heart-warming for anyone visiting the seaside branch post-swim.

Since the start of lockdown, Soup have been offering a takeaway-only service. With their new and improved website, you can now order online for collection and delivery from both of their stores. Wonderful news.

Conor Hughes, co-owner of Soup said he’s “Delighted to get our ramen into the city centre. We have an incredible space here. We’ll be launching new products every week. I think we are the first people to put kombucha on tap. The creativity here is incredible.”

Soup’s menu offers a delicious range of meat and veggie ramen alongside mouth-watering salads and sides. Hook the halloumi spice bags up to our veins!

You can also order from a range of delectable vodka spritz or if you’re doing Dry January, grab yourself a kombucha! If you’re in the area and ordering for collection, take a look at Soup’s range of in-store natural wines and craft beers.

Soup are currently running a 20% discount for first-time click and collect orders. Check out their website for more information.