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2014-11-17 44 views
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 who
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.