I love soups, and did a lot of research to find the best soups in Toronto. I read many reviews, and Ravi Soups consistently received rave reviews from diners. So I got three friends together and we visited the Adelaide location (they also have locations on Queen Street West and Charles and Yonge). The space was rustic with plenty of seating indoors, and they also had a patio. My friends and I found seats and we eat took turns going to the front to order. The three of us decided to get a combo (soup and wrap). I had spent a lot of time reading through the menu, and recommendations from other diners, and decided to go with the very popular Corn Chowder made with blue crab, thai basil and crispy shallots.
The food looked great, and my expectations were high, but I found the highlight of my meal to be the cheddar cheese biscuit and red pepper jelly that you get on the side with a soup order. I was not a fan of the soup or the wrap. I found the soup to be too thin, salty, with not enough crab. They messed up my wrap order, and once I got the correct one (Roasted Free Range Chicken w/ roasted yams, baby spinach, edamame, caramelized onions, tomato chutney & chipotle mayo) it tasted bland, so I chose to stop eating it after the 2nd bite). My friends thought their soups and wraps were okay, but not worth a 2nd visit.