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252 North Bridge Road
B1-75/76 Raffles City Shopping Centre
Singapore
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Telephone: (65) 6334-3220
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  1. hburn10
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     13 Jun 2011 at 11:04 pm

    I used to to think that Soup Spoon is a place for a light meal, but no longer so. It only applies if you order just the soup which comes with a smallish but usually nicely warm bun. For me and rest of friends, the top up to a meal usually works better.

    For any soup of any size, you add $4.80 for a half salad / wrap (add another $1 for premium items which are indicated on the menu), plus a drink or small pack of chips. I think the prices has slightly gone up if I'm not wrong.

    Tokyo chicken stew ($6.30 for small) - this is my default order, and yes I know its abit strange to pair clear soup with bread but you see, they have calorie count against each type of soup, and my other only choices are pumpkin and tomato which I don't fancy. A bowl of this is almost equivalent to 2.5 time of clam chowder too, which is very helpful knowledge for me! The stew is served hot, with the chicken pieces quite lean and the lotus roots and celery bits in the soup still retaining abit of their natural crunch. I like.

    Nann ($1.50 to replace the regular bun with this) - the carbo-fetish in me did, and while their naans are freshly made and really quite good, I could only finish half of it. There's a choice of garlic or cheese too if you're adventurous. Thai chicken vermicelli - comes with a few strands of sprouts and 3 cherry tomatoes which was the best part of the salad. Also saw some bits of celery and carrots in it. The vermicelli itself didn't taste thai and instead was too salty, very strange. Think you're better off with the asian tofu salad.

    Ice lemon tea - I actually quite like their ice tea which is not too sweet.

    It also pays to apply for a Soupaholic card, their reward system. No discounts but you accumulate points to redeem or subsidize your next meal there. Good enough for me~

    The raffles city outlet is crazy packed so be prepared.

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    1. whiteblanko
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       06 Dec 2009 at 9:30 pm
         The Soup Spoon (Raffles City) - Restaurants   The Soup Spoon (Raffles City) - Restaurants

      super crowded, with rather cramped seats when i was there ):

      but the food is really good (: had the beef goulash soup set with penne salad and iced tea. was a bit shocked to find out the bill was 10.90

      anw the beef goulash is really heart warming, simple, and full of veggies and chunks of beef. more like a stew than soup, really. came with a warm, soft roll..the combination of the two is really heavenly.

      the penne salad was alright, penne was abit rubbery but the mushrooms that came with it were absolutely gorgeous. indescribable. take one bite and it bursts with juice.

      i would reccomend that the set be shared between two, cos its really too much for one person.

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      1. Nicnic
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         23 Sep 2008 at 11:20 pm

        seems like there are lotsa fans of soup spoon here but frankly im not very impressed with my first visit. hope i dont offend anyone :P

        hmm i ordered a mushroom soup, a ham n cheese sandwich and something like a garlic pita.

        had the grande size soup, which is no doubt a pretty big bowl. shared it with my boyfriend and heh both of us cant really finish, along with the sandwich and pita bread.

        the soup is not as creamy as i expected but its real thick, with lotsa mushroom. definitely not stingy with their ingredients. along with the pita bread, its actually quite filling already.

        and just one sidenote, their ice lemon tea is pretty tasteless. hah! that aside, the sandwich itself is pretty normal to me even though my boyfriend commented its nice.

        spent about $15 for a meal shared by two.

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