I’ve seen a lot of pictures of the new Tanya’s Soup Kitchen menu on Facebook this week, but I couldn’t really read any of them to my satisfaction. So I’m taking matters into my own hands.
Click here, and you can view, inspect and drool repeatedly over the menu.
Tanya’s opened Wednesday at 1725 E. Douglas to much jubilation and hype. The menu physically looks identical to the previous one but has a few differences. Here are some highlights I noticed:
1. A flight of soups: Tanya will serve four to six fresh-made soups daily, and for those who just can’t choose, she’s offering a “flight of samples” for $5. Soup is served in three sizes — 10 oz., 16 oz., and 24 oz., and prices will vary.
2. New sandwiches: Tanya brought back customer favorites such as the Milano, Olive, Blue Key North and City Chicken. She’s also added the Junie, a Cuban-style sandwich made with bacon, provolone, romaine and Caesar dressing on a Kaiser bun: and the Lulu, made with edamame and roasted garlic hummus with spinach, roasted peppers, toasted almonds and avocado on wheat toast.
3. Salads and desserts: The menu still includes the Ella, Spinach, Cleopatra and more, and bread pudding is still on the dessert, as well as a “chef’s special” dessert.
Anyone been yet? Tell us what you thought in the comments below.