5 great places for soup in Las Vegas

It’s National Soup Month, so warm up with one of these.

Tonkotsu Ramen

8 Noodle Bar, Red Rock Resort

Rich and creamy pork broth carries chunks of pork belly plus a poached egg, pickled ginger, bamboo, scallions and mushrooms, $12.

Clam chowder

The Oyster Bar, Palace Station

This hearty, creamy New England-style chowder contains shucked clams, potatoes, vegetables and traditional herbs and spices, $6.99 for a cup, $8.99 for a bowl.

French onion soup

Alize, Palms

Traditional beef stock is embellished with house-made herb croutons, Devon cream and L’Etivaz cheese, which is similar to but more pungent than Gruyere, $17.

Curry Kabocha squash soup

Artisanal Foods Cafe

The soup made with Kabocha squash — also known as Japanese pumpkin — is finished with baby crudite and sweet potato and brulee marshmallow fluff, $6.

Ku Monk Soup

Ku Noodle, SLS Las Vegas

Wheat noodles, tofu skin, mushrooms, cabbage, scallions, carrots, choy sum, a poached egg, chili and a crispy rice cracker are mixed in a vegetable broth, $16.88.

— If you have suggestions for On the Menu, please contact Heidi Knapp Rinella at hrinella@reviewjournal.com. Find more of her stories at www.reviewjournal.com and follow @HKRinella on Twitter.

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