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Telephone
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Introduction
The Soup Spoon Union is an all-new quick service restaurant that is a collective of food brands namely The Soup Spoon, The Handburger and Soup Broth Asia Noodle Bar housed in one space. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
10:00 - 22:30
Mon - Thu
10:00 - 22:00
Fri - Sun
10:00 - 22:30
Payment Method
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.thesoupspoon.com/
Review (34)
Level4 2014-12-08
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Had a groupon voucher so i opt for the more expensive and "bao ka liao" burger with a bit of everything i like! Happy belly = happy customer! I really love the whole combination of the grilled 150g of 100% NZ grass-fed prime beef, battered onion rings, crispy bacon, sunny side up egg, sautéed basil pesto mushroom, sweet onion jam, cheddar cheese, handmade bbq and aioli sauce on a toasted caramelised onion bun. Makes a very wholesome and satisfying meal. Everything goes well together and tasted great. Worth paying for it cause they are quite generous with everything and most importantly it's well portioned! =) continue reading
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Level4 2014-11-17
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They're currently having some Korean soups as their Chef's Specials. I got myself the Korean Rice Cake Beef Broth which consisted of beef cubes, sliced rice cakes, shredded omelette, zucchini, carrots and leeks. It was a really nice comforting bowl of stew that was healthy yet hearty. A pity that the portion somehow seems smaller than how it used to be. I also got myself the Chilled Vietnamese Summer Rice Roll as part of the set meal, which consisted of rice paper, brown rice, tofu, lettuce, julienned carrots & cucumber etc. It was nothing like the normal rice paper rolls you get at Vietnamese restaurants and this tasted very very healthy, if you get what I mean continue reading
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Level4 2014-11-17
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Recently Soup Spoon has opened a new outlet in Vivocity, which is located near the MRT station. The outlet has menu which is similar to the Raffles City outlet but is much smaller in size.As it is still early, only brunch menu is available. The rest of the menu such soups, burgers and noodles are available from lunch onwards. After paying for our order at the cashier, we are given trackers to place on the table. Food will served to us.Portobello Market ($16.80)A vegetarian delight with baked whole portobello mushrooms with roasted pears and a prefect pair of sunny side ups served on handmade wholewheat brioche toast.It is a very filling and delicious one dish meal. The pear is soft and sweet, while the mushroom is big and juicy.Pulled Pork Casserole ($12.80)Home-baked casserole of slow-cooked fork tender pulled pork with homemade barbeque sauce, roasted potatoes and house baked beans with bacon bits topped with a sunny side up. Served with handmade wholewheat brioche toast.Although it is an ugly mixture, but it tastes quite good. The pork is very tender, with the soft potatoes, it is a very filling meal too.Pot of Tea ($4.50)There is choice of English Breakfast, Chamomile Dream, Earl Grey Lavender or Peppermint. Valerie orders Earl Grey Lavender which is served in a metal pot with a metal cup. It looks quite traditional. Elderflower Fruit Cooler ($4.50)I have the cooler which is quite refreshing. The cooler is also available in Blood Orange, and Passion Fruit flavours.Overall the food is delicious and filling. Service is fast. I hope that there will be more outlets with brunch available, so that I do not have to travel so far to have brunch. continue reading
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Level2 2014-05-07
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The Soup Spoon opened its first retail outlet at Raffles City in June 2002. They have since created a unique soup culture where soup can be enjoyed as a meal and their aim is to continue making good soups without chemicals and artificial flavouring.What's best is, they do not add any MSG to the soups. It was flavoured by the natural juices of meats, vegetables, spices and herbs.Simon and Garfunkel Chicken and Mushroom Ragout - $7.60Smoked Salmon - $9.90I love the special taste of the soup added with chicken, mushrooms, vegetables, tomato sauce.Mixing the bread with the soup, it was awesome! Velvety Mushroom Strogano - $7.50Herbed Chicken Caesar - $8.60This soup has lots of mushroom inside, for those who loves to eat mushroom, you definitely must try it! I like the cozy environment where my family and friends can gather around the table and chit-chat. continue reading
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Level4 2014-04-20
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The soup in Soup Spoon is really worth it if you are on a budget dinner! There is 10% off for ntuc card members as well. The soup comes with a bread by default and you can add on to have a wrap/sandwhich/salad plus a drink. Personally the mushroom soup tastes great and you will not get sick of the taste easily Bits of mushroom are quite chewable. There are a wide variety of choices for you to choose from too!Tried the pumpkin soup as well..the taste was really rich at first but when you try to finish the whole bowl of soup you will tend to be sick of the taste as it is too creamy.  continue reading
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