Despite the sign in the soup shop stating "No substitutions or phone orders", the phone rings and an employee appears to be writing an order down on a pad while George is complaining about not getting any bread with his soup order.
Despite the sign in the soup shop stating "No substitutions or phone orders", the phone rings and an employee appears to be writing an order down on a pad while George is complaining about not getting any bread with his soup order and again during his second visit after placing his order and commenting about getting bread. The phone rings again and another order appears to be taken while Elaine talks to the Soup Nazi about how he looks like Al Pacino.
Elaine refers to the "State's Attorney." In New York, this position is called "District Attorney." Elaine is from Maryland, however, where "State's Attorney" is used, so she may have been using the term more familiar to her.
When Sheila hangs her coat by the door after George leaves, she stands facing away from Jerry to hang it. In the next shot Kramer does his signature barge-in, and Sheila is now standing further from the door, facing Jerry, and her coat is already neatly hung up.
When George (Jason Alexander) is practicing how he will give the money to the Soup Nazi (Larry Thomas), there's a man with a thick moustache behind him. Later, when Jerry's (Jerry Seinfeld) in line with his girlfriend who walks out in anger, the same man can again be seen in line.
All the soups that are served appear on the store board. One of the customers, who claims to be half Spanish, asks for a "gazpacho", a cold soup typical of southern Spain made with oil, tomato, cucumber, garlic and onion. However, none of the soups in the board seems to fit this description.