Chicken noodle soup with a matzo ball and bagel chips at Goldbergs Fine Foods. CONTRIBUTED BY HENRI HOLLIS
Photo: Henri Hollis
Photo: Henri Hollis

For classic chicken noodle soup, make it Goldbergs

A noodle-themed dining guide wouldn’t be complete without mention of chicken noodle soup. And, Atlanta’s soup landscape wouldn’t be the same without Goldbergs Fine Foods.

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What makes Goldbergs’ chicken noodle soup better than Grandma’s? It starts with a rich chicken stock, the oily fat skimmed, leaving the broth fresh and clean. Then, there are all the hearty bites — cubed chicken, celery, carrots, and oodles of egg noodles (none overcooked or mushy) — ladled in perfect ratio with the liquid. Don’t forget that the whole pot is spot-on seasoned with salt.

This is a chicken soup that will comfort body and soul — with or without a round matzo ball bobbing in the bowl.

Goldbergs Fine Foods. Multiple locations. goldbergbagel.com.

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