Soup is the main deal and it's not uncommon to see up to 20 different types available on a single day. Their Chicken Noodle is pretty standard, they have a decent Cream of Mushroom (though the mushrooms are pureed) and I've had good experiences with their Clam Chowder as well.
Downsides include the fact that the soups aren't large. You're going to pay at least $5 if not $7 (aprox) for smallish bowls, depending on what you order. They also have nice, fresh salads (very lettuce-heavy) and some decent sandwiches.
My favourite order is a soup/sandwich combo. They have a nice Italian bun number with quality deli meat inside available (though not an abundance of it), and they toast it, which amps up the yum factor, but this little combo ends up costing nearly $10, which is a lot to spend for a quick little office lunch that I generally eat at my desk. The combo comes with a cookie, smothered in plastic wrap. I tend to toss that hard little number into my desk drawer, only to toss it later in the week.
There are tables at Simply Zoup, but no one seems to use them. It's all about the take away. The best thing about it is that there are plenty of soup options to choose from, so you're likely to find something to suit you. Ultimately, though, this place is just a fancier sort of fast food. It's primarily frequented by office drones on lunch, which tells you something.
762 Yonge St.
Toronto, ON M4Y 2B6
*Photo by Ehsan Namavar from Stock Xchng.