56 E Andrews Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30305
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Souper Jenny is my favorite healthy lunch spot. If the name is any indication, they are famous for their soups! The menu changes daily and is made with quality fresh ingredients. I want whatever the staff at Souper Jenny eats for breakfast because they could not be in better moods. The lunch combo is a bowl of soup (which you can split into two cups because sometimes it's hard to pick just one soup), a salad or sandwich, and a drink and cookie. They do not skimp on portions so you get your money's worth. I could eat at Souper Jenny every day!!
Souper Jenny is fantastic. They have added seating at a new vegan juice bar in the same shopping center. The line looks long but moves quickly. This is my go to lunch and take out place for healthy delicious meals! The not as healthy pecan coconut cookies are my occasional treat.
10/29/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I started going to Super Jenny's after a co-worker invited me to join her for lunch. It was delicious. Every day, they have a new menu, and everything is fantastic. My favorite is the Dad's Turkey Chili and the Shrimp and Crab Bisque. They are the friendliest staff, and always make my day that much better when I walk through the door. It's always nice to sit outside, but on the chilly days in Atlanta, they have seating inside as well. The atmosphere is very warm and welcoming. Also, they say it's cash only, but they take checks too. I wouldn't spend $12 on a lunch anywhere else! Even though that may seem pricey to some, it's a large helping, so there are always leftovers. See for yourself and enjoy!
09/27/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Ate there this time last year, food was ok. Now its not even ok. lentil veggie soup is nothing special just like a soup from Campbell with a few spices. Nothing really specail about this place, except great customer service but that you will always get in Buckhead restaurant. I ate there last week with a friend and she wasnt impressed. The name is catchy, but the food is short of being special or even belonging to the Buckhead fancy restaurants. More like a dive with unrealistic prices....If all restaurants are full in Buckhead, this can be your last resort soup stop.
04/30/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Souper Jenny is close to my office, and I'm always looking for an excuse to have lunch there! The food is incredibly fresh, amazingly tasty, and relatively healthy. Quite possibly my overall favorite restaurant in Atlanta, and that's saying a lot! The one downside - the crowds!!! If you try to eat there at high noon, you'll be waiting in line with Buckhead Bettys galore, and the dining room can be packed. The employees are cheerfully flaky, but very friendly and knowledgeable, though they rarely do a good job of moving customers through the line quickly. Try eating early or late, though the restaurant does tend to run out of items later in the day. Sunday brunch is great too (and usually not so crowded), but beware an influx of post-church Buckhead mommies and daddies with their noisy rugrats. Did I mention that the food is spectacular?!
01/29/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I tried this restaurant after reading about in the AJC. When I went there, none of the soups sounded appealing to me, but I gave it a try. So di my daughter who is a very picky either and not willing to try much out of her comfort zone. Our soups were amazing! I had Everything Vegetable and she had My Daddy's Turkey Chilli. I tried hers and she tried mine (she is not a veggie eater). We both were impressed with both soups. We will definitely go back to try more.
07/14/2007Provided by Citysearch -
food was not what i expected im a huge fan of metro fresh and was told souper jennys was even better not even close. Metro fresh caters to people who want a low fat meal fast and fresh, souper jennys can't even get that idea in the same ballpark. will never eat there Again.....