It’s our last day working in Old Street today which means we won’t be able to pop over to NUSA for lunch anymore. But before we go we want to share their lovely soups with you….

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fact is NUSA make bad ass soups. Just this lunch time I said goodbye with a Tom Yam. The soups are made fresh everyday and served with bread, brown rice or a piece of fruit. The menu changes every week but our favourite soups have been the Goan Fish Brooth, Spinach & Chickpea and Chicken Curry. The Chilli Chicken Salad is another winner, more like a Thai salad than the usual lettuce leaves.

So if you haven’t yet tried their soups we suggest you do, just avoid 1’o’clock at the Old Street branch. The queue can be huge!

NUSA, 9 Old Street, EC1V and 2 Adams Court, EC2N