When it’s cold outside or you just want food that warms your body and soul, soup is the perfect meal. Instead of slaving over soup recipes or figuring out cooking times with your slow cooker, why not support a local business and get a bowl of your favorite beef broth or french onion soup at one of the following restaurants in Utah County?

In compiling the following restaurants, we wanted to choose businesses that may not readily come to mind. So while Zupa’s and Kneaders are great places to grab a bowl of soup, we went with more unique alternatives. So pull up a chair and prepare yourself for some delicious liquid sustenance.

When you’re hankering for familiar flavors, give one of these traditional soup serving restaurants a try.


753 Columbia Ln
Provo, UT 84604

Molly’s is known for its comfort food, and you can’t get more comfortable than a bowl of soup on a cold, wintery day. Get a made-from-scratch meal that will remind you of Grandma’s dinners, but in a cafeteria-style setting. Molly’s offers a soup of the day, as well as a soup and savory pie combo deal.


1620 North Freedom Blvd
Provo, UT 84604

Shirley’s offers soups made from scratch daily that come in a variety of sizes including an 8oz side, 12 oz, quart, and gallon. Order your soup in a bread bowl for a true comfort food experience, or pick up a quart and a dozen dinner rolls for a fast and easy evening meal.

Black Sheep

19 N University Ave,
Provo, UT 84601

Black Sheep serves delicious Native American-inspired cuisine that will make your taste buds sing! They feature two iconic soup flavors, their green chile stew, which’s a perfect blend of heat and spice, and their pozole which has a robust earthy flavor. 

Village Baker 

3320 North Digital Drive 
Lehi, Utah, 84043
1865 W. Pleasant Grove Blvd 
Pleasant Gove, UT 84062

The Village Baker has two locations in Utah Valley, one in Lehi and the other in Pleasant Grove. They specialize in pizza and baked goods but offer two soup options a day. You’re always guaranteed to find Broccoli and Cheese on the menu, with a secondary soup that’s dependent on the day of the week. So if you’re craving chicken noodle soup, clam chowder, or twice baked potato, make sure to check their menu to see what days they’re served.

Block Restaurant

3330 N University Ave,
Provo, UT 84604

If you’re looking for a sit-down restaurant that uses locally sourced ingredients and a high-end atmosphere, Block is the restaurant to visit. Block currently serves a cauliflower soup available during their weekday brunch, and creamy maple butternut soup on their dinner menu. These delicious soups are great as starters or paired with one of their other entrees. 

For soup-like courses that have a distinctly international flair, try the following restaurants.

Asa Ramen

1120 State St, 
Orem, UT 84097

When you want a dish of steaming broth, noodles, and delicious meats, ramen is the way to go. Asa Ramen features six different noodle bowls with varying broths and noodles including tonkotsu, shoyu, miso, chashu, karai and a mixture of shoyu and tonkotsu. Order some authentic side dishes and dessert to complete your meal.

Haku Ramen House

101 NW State St #104, 
American Fork, UT 84003

Haku Ramen House serves some tasty ramen along with other Asian-inspired dishes, such as their sushi rolls and karaage. Enjoy haku, shoyu, miso, or veggie ramen along with some desserts, such as their mochi ice cream or Japanese cheesecake. For those wanting a hardier meal, add some extra sides like their green onions, chashu, or additional noodles.

Pho Plus

68 W Center St, 
Provo, UT 84601
908 S State St, 
Orem, UT 84097

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Pho, a popular Vietnamese dish, usually features broth, rice noodles, meat, and a variety of herbs. If you’re looking for a rich, savory experience, you can’t go wrong with pho. One of the most popular pho places in Utah Valley is Pho Plus. 

There are two Pho Plus locations within Utah County, with one located on State Street in Orem and the other on Center Street in Provo. They have sixteen different pho bowls to choose from, excluding the kid-friendly option, with the brisket bowl being a perennial favorite.

Pho No.1

426 E State St, 
Pleasant Grove, UT 84062

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As with Pho Plus, Pho No. 1 is another top-rated pho restaurant in Utah County. From chicken pho, shrimp pho and the Pho No. 1 special, guests have twelve different pho bowls to choose from and are sure to find a pho that satisfies one's taste buds. Order one of their family dinners, and you’ll be treated to their Cantonese soup!

Four Season's Hot Pot and Dumplings

236 N University Ave,
Provo, UT 84601

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Hot pot is a cooking technique originating from China where an array of raw meats, vegetables, noodles, and spices are thrown into a boiling pot of soup stock and shared communally. Four Season is the only Hot Pot restaurant in Utah County and has been serving the community since 2006. 

Four Seasons Hot Pot and Dumpling House are known for their all-you-can-eat buffet style of hot pot, which they pair with some delicious dipping sauces. So throw in some leafy greens, like napa cabbage, fish balls, and baby corns, and prepare yourself for a scrumptious hot pot meal.

There are plenty of other great restaurants that serve soup throughout the valley. What are some of your favorites? For even more great restaurant recommendations, check out our foodie guides and our restaurant page.