$5 for $10 Worth of Homemade Asian Soups and More at Soup Broth Asia by The Soup Spoon in Raffles City
- Naturally prepared soups without MSG and artificial flavourings
- Potent gourmet stock base brewed for at least 8 hours
- Dishes freshly cooked upon order to retain natural goodness of ingredients
- Unique variety of modern Asian soups
- Nutritious substitute for typical hearty meals
- Central location in Raffles City
Call 6338 6909 for enquiries.
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Once upon a time in a small city island, trouble was stewing as the evil minestrone of affairs came into power and toppled the chowdering classes from their soup bowl pedestals. Simmer down the raging tyrant with the League of SouperChef’s creations with today’s Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of homemade Asian soups and more at Soup Broth Asia by The Soup Spoon.
With a steady repertoire of 9 hearty Asian-inspired soups and backed by the same ladle-loving creators of The Soup Spoon, Soup Broth Asia aspires to house the best of flavourful concoctions from around Asia under one roof. Pick from 9 different types of soups which are priced from an affordable $5.90 to $10.20 per bowl (500ml). Try the Hainanese Festive Fish Maw Soup ($10.20), the signature soup and a family specialty, as well as a festive must-have with fresh fish slices, fish maw, together with the sweetness of carrots and leeks in flavourful gourmet stock.
A crowd pleaser is the comforting Japanese Tori Daikon Nabe ($5.90), which will win customers with its tasty mélange of chicken, carrots, white radish, shitake mushroom, leeks and bamboo shoots. Taste the flavours of K-Pop in the nourishing Korean Samgyetang ($6.80) with a ginseng enriched gourmet stock finished with steamed glutinous rice balls or have a truly Thai experience with a bowl of Tom Yam Talay ($9.80), an array of seafood quickly cooked in a perfumy aromatic lemongrass and kaffir lime stock.
Relish the home-cooked taste of popular soups such as Peranakan Itek Tim ($9.60), a Peranakan classic featuring a whole duck leg, salted mustard vegetable, tofu, and flavoured with tomatoes, sour plum and tamarind. For the traditionalists, there are five timeless Chinese soups such as the Canton Lotus Root With Pork Rib ($7.60), Fujian Cabbage Fish Stew ($7.60), Hainanese Beef And Tripe Hotpot (S$7.60), and the Nourishing Chicken Tonic ($6.40). Flavoured with a mix of Chinese herbs like wolfberries (goji), angelica root (dang gui) and red dates, the chicken soup is chockfull of marinated chicken thigh pieces, dried mushrooms and deep-fried pork wontons.
Each bowl of soup comes with a complimentary bowl of steamed long grain rice. Diners can also choose to pay a nominal charge of $1 for a change to yam rice. Soup deviants can also sit on the same table and still please the growling stomachs with relatively more solid options like Cold Tofu with Century Egg Sauce, Belado Eggplant, Japanese Style Sliced Ribeye Beef with Goma Peanut Sauce or Chilli Soft Shell Crab.
Sunday to Thursday: 11am - 10pm
Friday & Saturday: 11am -10.30pm
Soup Broth Asia has received numerous reviews from popular publications such as Her World, AsiaOne and The Urban Wire.
"I loved how light and refreshing the Chinese Cabbage and Fish Soup was, with its clear fish bones base. Cabbage lent a sweetness to the soup. The Wasabi Prawn was coated with a creamy sticky wasabi-accented sauce which provided a peppery kick to the crispy battered prawn. At my rave review, Ms PR got the Hainanese Fish Maw Soup, clear, light and choc-a-bloc with chewy bouncy fish maw that she loves." - The Hungry Bunny
"I am in love with their Wasabi Prawns and Mango Salad, even if it’s wasabi but don’t worry because they are not hot at all. It’s like wasabi flavored mayonnaise. The prawns are really sweet and fresh. Their soup is totally rocks because they are thick and you’ll know they are cooked for hours from the taste itself." - happi, myfoodforum user