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The Soup Kitchen

The Soup Kitchen is a place to go if you are a Neopian with under 3,000 NP. The Soup Faerie counts your wealth to see if your pets are eligible to eat for free.

The Soup Faerie

Requirements to Eat

The Soup Kitchen is a good way to begin your Neopian life. In order to eat at the Soup Kitchen, you must have a combined amount of under 3,000 NP. This includes any of your Neopoints in the bank, on hand, and in your shop till. If your account has under 3,000 NP, then you may feed your pets for free.

Here are all the soups your pets are able to eat:

  • Mulligatawny Soup
  • Negg Soup
  • Two in a Bowl Mushroom and Chokato
  • Golden Juppie Soup
  • Turnip Broth
  • Minestrone
  • Chicken and Vegetable
  • Starberry Soup
  • Asparagus and Chutney Soup
  • Potato and Leek
  • Invisible Soup
  • Lamb Broth
  • Cornupepper Soup

For Richer Neopians

If you have more than 3,000 NP and you wish to use the Soup Faerie's services, you can get around the NP requirement by setting up a junk trade on one of your side accounts and bidding as much NP on it as possible from your main account. The Soup Faerie does not count Neopoints you have tied up in trades.

You don't actually need to complete the trade for this to work. You may withdraw your offer after you get your free helping of soup. Occasionally, often on the day of the Faerie Festival, the Soup Faerie will be kind enough to offer her soup to everyone, regardless of riches.


As if having a pet with a full tummy wasn't reason enough to visit, there is also an avatar you can earn from taking your pets on a trip to the Soup Kitchen:

Soup Faerie

Soup Faerie

Random when you feed your Neopet at the Soup Kitchen.

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This article was written by: Emily