Kyle’s Kitchen launches Süp & Jüs in Goleta

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Staff Report

The team behind Kyle’s Kitchen has opened a new restaurant next door in the Hollister Village Plaza.

Owner Jay Ferro came up with the idea for Süp & Jüs while visiting Spain. He fell in love with the Mercat de la Boqueria in Barcelona and decided to launch a Goleta version, designed for people on the go.

“The thing I love about soups is that they are naturally nutrient-rich, healthy and filling, with flavors from all over the world,” Ferro said.

The soups will change on a regular basis, but some of the ones offered include lasagna soup, Thai curry chicken soup, shrimp and roasted corn chowder, turkey sausage & kale, chicken and wild rice, organic ancient grain minestrone, roasted red pepper and smoked gouda soup.

The restaurant also features sandwiches and nine different freshly pressed juices made in-house.

 “Süp & Jüs aims to serve nutrient-rich food that caters to as many diet restrictions and lifestyle choices as possible, such as vegan, vegetarian, plant-based, gluten free, dairy free, pescatarian and more,” Ferro said.

“The concept is built to be a quick grab-and-go market and cafe, but if patrons would like to sit and eat, they are welcome to bring their food next door to the Kyle’s Kitchen dining room or outdoor patio.”

The restaurant is at 7000 Hollister Ave.

Beginning March 4, the breakfast menu will feature coffee from Santa Barbara’s Handlebar Coffee Roasters, avocado toast, breakfast burritos, muffins, croissants and, of course, their selection of house-made juices. 

Süp & Jüs will sell handlebar coffee for $1 and breakfast burritos for $5 from March 4 to 17.

It’s open daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Visit www.supjus.com for more information.