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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
The Soup Spoon @ Raffles City

  • The Soup Spoon @ Raffles City
    The Soup Spoon @ Raffles City

This place offers an extensive western soup menu with sandwiches and salads. It also prides itself on the all-natural ingredients that go into its soup—no short-cut soup stocks, and MSG is taboo in the kitchen. Try the velvety mushroom stroganoff (from $7.50), rich with an earthy flavor and without the starchy taste. The tomato with basil (from $6.20) is tangy and appetizing—perfect for calorie counters. Equally delectable is the roasted pumpkin with caramelized apple and toasted almonds (from $6.40), robust in taste with a tinge of tartness.


There are few things more comforting than a bowlful of hot, steaming goodness. In our book, here are the best soups in Singapore.

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Phone: 6334-3220
The Soup Spoon @ Raffles City, #B1-61 Raffles City Shopping Centre, 252 North Bridge Rd.,, Singapore, 179103 Singapore

Nearest Train:

City Hall

Opening Hours:

Sun-Thu 10:30am-10pm; Fri-Sat 10:30am-10:30pm

Price Range:

$

Cuisine:

Western
Takeaway available
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The Soup Spoon @ Raffles City
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