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Nana's is a quaint little house-turned-soup kitchen in Fremont. It's cozy, warm and smells good when you walk in. After that, things get a little fuzzy. How we placed our order may have been a little hazy, but we do remember staring at a blackboard filled with scrumptious sounding soups. The selection rotates fairly often, but the one that stays the same is Nana's most popular soup, the baked potato. It's a heavy cream-based soup with potatoes, cheddar cheese, and green onions that's served with two slices of rustic potato bread. A cup will run you $3 and some change. The soup was a little too milky and there wasn't much depth to the flavor, but it did taste like baked potatoes. We just wish we were able to detect more of the toppings, like the cheese and chives. It was too bland.
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