With all this rainy weather we've been having in Florida lately, you may be craving a nice warm soup like we are right about now. You can slurp your soup at the most powerful Dragonball Z themed noodle shop in Florida - and you can even level up your noodles to over 8,000 by building your own bowl just the way you like it.\nSoupa Saiyan in Orlando has the coolest little noodle shop in Florida, featuring Goku and the gang in every corner. They serve their signature soups from the menu hot and fresh every day, even going as far as to use organic, locally sourced, ingredients for you to make your own tasty bowl of ramen.\nThe shop is soup-er cool too; you'll be able to watch Dragon Ball Z and your other favorite anime on the screen in the eating area. They even updated their space recently with more manga clippings, tables, & decor!*\nTheir soups look absolutely to die for especially with their Dragonball manga covered tables backdropping your bowl that make for some of the most unique shots of your ramen or pho. Check out some tasty shots from Soupa Saiyan below:\nView this post on Instagram Catch me under a nimbus cloud... A post shared by Isabel Miranda 🐙 (@iizzyy_23) on Mar 28, 2019 at 2:49pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram Is my insta turning into a foodie account? Kidding, just had an amazing lunch date with bae before we head over to Clearwater ❤️🍜 #peaceorlando #ramen #lunchdate A post shared by Sam Winnie (@winniewanderlust) on Jan 6, 2018 at 11:39am PST\nView this post on Instagram I would’ve failed all fans if I didn’t stop here on my trip...🐉 A post shared by Isabel Miranda 🐙 (@iizzyy_23) on Mar 28, 2019 at 2:48pm PDT\nIf you're looking to challenge your power levels, you can get yourself the most GIGANTIC ramen bowl. You'll have to go Super Saiyan yourself to even finish it. Collect a few of the dragon balls to power up and finish, or fire up with a spirit bomb energy drink.\nView this post on Instagram Been in #Orlando 2 hours. Found a #DragonBallZ themed restaurant. The bowl was too big. A post shared by Cameron Jebo (@cameronjebo) on Nov 8, 2018 at 7:34pm PST\nView this post on Instagram Ended my birthday celebration weekend with dinner @soupasaiyan1! Best way to celebrate 29 years on earth 🌍 . . . . . . . . . . . . . #soupasaiyan #orlando #florida #birthday #supersayian #dragonBall #dbz #ootd #motd #potd #birthdaywish #goku #vegeta #foodie #blessed #over9000 #broly #sayian #supersayian #picoftheday #nerd #dragonballz #foodporn #fotd #latepost #anime #pho #ramen #outfit #outoftheday #anime #geeky A post shared by Muhshishi (@muhshishi) on Jan 28, 2019 at 10:41am PST\nView this post on Instagram 7 star Dragonball A post shared by D (@sugary_churros) on Mar 19, 2019 at 1:37pm PDT\nYou can also get Japanese sweets here, like authentic Japanese Cheesecake — that is seriously Insta-worthy — or pocky.\nView this post on Instagram Japanese cheesecake @ Soupa Saiyan 😋❤️ @soupasaiyan1 A post shared by Stacy Mercedes (@notafoodblogger) on Jan 16, 2018 at 12:49pm PST\nIf you're ready to Kamehame-have some delicious soup in the coolest noodle shop ever, fly over on your Flying Nimbus like Goku to Soupa Saiyan Orlando.*\nIf you happen to be in Jacksonville, they recently opened a new space there! Check out the new Soupa Saiyan 2 here.*\nSoupa Saiyan Asian Noodle Bar\nPrice: 💸💸\nAddress: 5689 Vineland Rd, Orlando, FL 32819.\nHours: Mon. through Sat., noon to 9 p.m.Sundays noon to 8 p.m.Holiday hours may vary.\nWhy You Need To Go: A nerdy paradise that will fill you with nostalgia; tons of DBZ geekery everywhere including art & decor, and some of the best noodles in Orlando.\nWebsite\n*This story has been updated.