Are you in Singapore and looking for a suitable restaurant to try best soup? Then you are at the perfect site. Here you will know almost everything about The Soup Spoon Menu in Singapore. The Soup Spoon restaurant is one the best of its kind in Singapore. The Soup Spoon offers soups made in pure traditional style as well as some other popular food items also.

Latest List of Soup Spoon Menu 2023 Singapore with prices

The Soup Spoon restaurant is well known for its delicious soups but it also offers various other food items to its visitors. The Soup Spoon menu in Singapore and the prices of all the items are given below:


Sandwich Setfrom S$ 12.60S$ 16.80
The Soup Spoon Party for 2from S$ 24.83S$ 33.10
Garlicky FoccaciaS$ 4.35S$ 5.80
Salad Setfrom S$ 12.60S$ 16.80
REG:Tokyo Chicken Stewfrom S$ 9.45S$ 12.60
Steamed CornS$ 2.63S$ 3.50

Bundle Promotions

The restaurant offers two options for the Union Bundle – one for 3 people, priced from S$35.40 to S$47.20, and another for 4 people, priced from S$42.67 to S$56.90. Both bundles provide ample food for everyone to enjoy, making it a great choice for families or groups of friends.

Union Bundle (3 pax)from S$ 35.40S$ 47.20
Union Bundle (4 pax)from S$ 42.67S$ 56.90
Bundle Promotions

Souper Value Sets

With options ranging from the Red Rice Set starting at S$10.88 to the Soup Spoon Party for 2 at S$24.83, there is something for everyone’s budget. Their menu includes steamed vegetable sets such as the Steamed Corn Set and Steamed Broccoli Set, as well as creamy dishes like the Creamed Spinach Set. If you’re looking for something more substantial, they also offer sandwich and salad sets, as well as hearty breadbowl and potpie sets.

Red Rice Setfrom S$ 10.88S$ 14.50
Steamed Corn Setfrom S$ 10.88S$ 14.50
Steamed Broccoli Setfrom S$ 10.88S$ 14.50
Creamed Spinach Setfrom S$ 10.88S$ 14.50
Sandwich Setfrom S$ 12.60S$ 16.80
Salad Setfrom S$ 12.60S$ 16.80
Breadbowl Setfrom S$ 12.60S$ 16.80
Potpie setfrom S$ 12.60S$ 16.80
The Soup Spoon Party for 2from S$ 24.83S$ 33.10
Souper Value Sets

SouperRice Set

Their Chilli Crab SouperRice Set and Ginger Scallion SouperRice Set are must-tries! Starting from just S$13.88, these dishes are not only delicious, but also budget-friendly. Whether you’re a fan of spicy food or prefer a milder option, Soup Spoon Menu has something for everyone. With prices ranging from S$13.88 to S$18.50, you can enjoy a hearty meal without breaking the bank.

Chilli Crab SouperRice Setfrom S$ 13.88S$ 18.50
Ginger Scallion SouperRice Setfrom S$ 13.88S$ 18.50
SouperRice Set

A La Carte Soups

REG:Tangy Tomato w Basil (V)(GF)(Spicy)from S$ 7.80S$ 10.40
REG:Roasted Pumpkin (V)(GF)from S$ 7.80S$ 10.40
REG:Meatless Minestrone (V)from S$ 8.70S$ 11.60
REG:Tokyo Chicken Stewfrom S$ 9.45S$ 12.60
REG:Velvety Mushroom Stroganoff (GF)from S$ 9.45S$ 12.60
REG:SG Chicken & Mushroom Ragoutfrom S$ 9.45S$ 12.60
REG:Beef Goulash (GF)from S$ 10.27S$ 13.70
REG:Boston Clam Chowder (GF)from S$ 10.27S$ 13.70


They offer a wide range of flatbread options, each one more mouth-watering than the last. Their Falafel with Hummus Flatbread is a vegan-friendly option that is both flavorful and filling, priced at S$5.47 for takeout and S$7.30 for dine-in. If you’re in the mood for something more substantial, try their Bulgogi Beef with Quinoa & Arugula Flatbread, priced at S$6.07 for takeout and S$8.10 for dine-in. And for those who like a little heat, the Sriracha Chicken Fillet Flatbread is a must-try. For those looking for a meat-free option, the Meat-Free Hainanese-Style Crispy Flatbread is a must-try.

Falafel with Hummus FlatbreadS$ 5.47S$ 7.30
Bulgogi Beef with Quinoa & Arugula FlatbS$ 6.07S$ 8.10
Sriracha Chicken Fillet FlatbreadS$ 6.07S$ 8.10
Herb Chicken Breast with Mushroom FlatbrS$ 6.07S$ 8.10
Meat-Free Hainanese-Style Crispy FlatbreS$ 6.07S$ 8.10

Side Salads

Caesar SaladS$ 5.47S$ 7.30
Asian Tofu SaladS$ 6.07S$ 8.10
Kale SaladS$ 6.07S$ 8.10
Cranberry Chicken Fusilli SaladS$ 6.30S$ 8.40
Caesar Salad with Herb Chicken BreastS$ 7.43S$ 9.90
Kale Salad with Herb Chicken BreastS$ 8.25S$ 11
Caesar Salad with Smoked SalmonS$ 8.25S$ 11
Kale Salad with Smoked SalmonS$ 9.15S$ 12.20


Tomato Cheese Toastie SandwichS$ 5.47S$ 7.30
Teriyaki Chicken with Pineapple SandwichS$ 6.52S$ 8.70
Tuna Mayo SandwichS$ 6.52S$ 8.70
Chicken Ham & Cheese SandwichS$ 6.52S$ 8.70
Pulled Beef Melt SandwichS$ 7.43S$ 9.90
Smoked Salmon SandwichS$ 8.25S$ 11

Ready-to-eat Chilled Soup Packs

Each soup pack is priced between S$8.18 and S$15.10, making it a budget-friendly option for those who want to enjoy a warm bowl of soup at home. Besides soups, the restaurant also offers sauces and premium soup stocks, such as black pepper crab sauce, chilli crab with egg sauce, and premium soup stock tomato.

Tangy Tomato with Basil Take-Home Soup PS$ 8.18S$ 10.90
Roasted Pumpkin Take-Home Soup PackS$ 8.18S$ 10.90
Meatless Minestrone Take-Home Soup PackS$ 8.18S$ 10.90
Velvety Mushroom Stroganoff Take-Home SoS$ 9.23S$ 12.30
Tokyo Chicken Stew Take-Home Soup PackS$ 9.23S$ 12.30
SG Chicken & Mushroom Ragout Take-Home SS$ 10.27S$ 13.70
Boston Clam Chowder Take-Home Soup PackS$ 10.27S$ 13.70
Beef Goulash Take-Home Soup PackS$ 10.27S$ 13.70
Black Pepper Crab Sauce (300ml)S$ 10.27S$ 13.70
Chilli Crab w/ Egg Sauce PackS$ 10.27S$ 13.70
Quorn Buttery Tikka Masala (Meat-Free) TS$ 11.32S$ 15.10
Budae Jjigae Take-Home Soup PackS$ 11.32S$ 15.10
Sumo-Style Nabe Take Home PackS$ 11.32S$ 15.10
Premium Soup Stock Collagen ChickenS$ 10.27S$ 13.70
Premium Soup Stock TomatoS$ 10.27S$ 13.70
Premium Soup Stock SG-Style LaksaS$ 13.42S$ 17.90
Premium Soup Stock Salmon MisoS$ 13.42S$ 17.90
Premium Soup Stock Red Snapper Chicken wS$ 13.42S$ 17.90
Ready-to-eat Chilled Soup Packs


Thoughtful Care PackS$ 55.57S$ 74.10

The Salad Fork

The Salad Fork Soupervalue Set is a great option for those on a budget, starting at only S$11.02. For those who enjoy a little spice, the Warrior Bowl (Spicy Dressing) and Hola Hello Bowl (Spicy) are sure to satisfy. If you’re looking for something more unique, the Harvest Bowl (Contains Togarashi – Spicy) and Seoul-Full Bowl (Sweet Chilli Dressing) are great options. The Cleo’s Bowl, Wabi Sabi Bowl, and Saigon Nourish Bowl are also highly recommended for their nourishing ingredients and flavors.

The Salad Fork Soupervalue Set for 1from S$ 11.02S$ 14.70
Freedom Bowlfrom S$ 14.02S$ 18.70
Pura Vida Bowl.from S$ 9.45S$ 12.60
Warrior Bowl (Spicy Dressing).from S$ 10.65S$ 14.20
Harvest Bowl (Contains Togarashi – Spicyfrom S$ 11.77S$ 15.70
Hearth Bowl.from S$ 11.77S$ 15.70
Chop Chop Bowl.from S$ 12.60S$ 16.80
Cleo’s Bowl.from S$ 12.60S$ 16.80
Seoul-Full Bowl (Sweet Chilli Dressing –from S$ 12.60S$ 16.80
Broc-Kale Nourish Bowl.from S$ 13.95S$ 18.60
Hola Hello Bowl (Spicy).from S$ 13.95S$ 18.60
Saigon Nourish Bowl.from S$ 15S$ 20
Wabi Sabi Bowl.from S$ 17.25S$ 23
The Salad Fork

The Hand Burger

The Handburger Soupervalue Set for 1from S$ 12.60S$ 16.80
The Handburger Party for 2from S$ 24.53S$ 32.70
THB Original.from S$ 7.88S$ 10.50
The Oppa (Meat-Free).from S$ 9.07S$ 12.10
The A.C.Tfrom S$ 9.07S$ 12.10
Black Pepper Beef.from S$ 9.07S$ 12.10
The Makcik.from S$ 9.07S$ 12.10
The Shrooms.from S$ 9.90S$ 13.20
Messy Joe.from S$ 9.90S$ 13.20
THB Double Cheese.from S$ 9.90S$ 13.20


Steamed Broccoli with DukkahS$ 2.63S$ 3.50
Steamed CornS$ 2.63S$ 3.50
Red RiceS$ 2.63S$ 3.50
Creamed SpinachS$ 2.63S$ 3.50
Garlicky FoccaciaS$ 4.35S$ 5.80
QUORN Meat-Free Nuggets (6pcs).S$ 4.72S$ 6.30
Spicy WedgesS$ 4.72S$ 6.30
Chilli Crab Wedges (Spicy)S$ 6.52S$ 8.70


Bottled WaterS$ 3.07S$ 4.10
Home-Brewed Iced Lemon TeaS$ 2.33S$ 3.10
Home-Brewed Iced Hibiscus TeaS$ 3.07S$ 4.10
Fresh Orange JuiceS$ 4.43S$ 5.90
Cloudy Apple JuiceS$ 4.43S$ 5.90
Citrus Lime JuiceS$ 4.43S$ 5.90

The Soup Spoon Updated Menu 2023

The Soup Spoon restaurant was basically founded by three Australian students in January 1991. With the passage of time, The Soup Spoon restaurant gained immense popularity and was further divided in branches. The Soup Spoon offers variety of soups and other light dishes to refresh the mood of customers both local and tourists. The Soup Spoon restaurant in Singapore offers like 10 different types of soups but it is also famous for its Roasted Pumpkin, Beef Goulash, Meatless minestrone, Teriyaki Chicken, Asian Tofu Salad etc.

Soup Spoon Menu Singapore
Soup Spoon Menu Singapore

The Soup Spoon restaurant doesn’t just rely on its soups. In the Soup Spoon Singapore menu they even mention the amount of calories of each soup for the health conscious customers. In their menu Roasted Pumpkin has the lowest calories (130 calories) and Boston Clam Chowder has the highest calories (425 calories). The Soup Spoon keeps updating its menu according to the interests of consumers to keep them hooked. The updated menu of Soup Spoon includes:

Buddy Meal 

S$1.50 to upsize to large
Marinated chicken simmered in a broth of sweet vinegar and soy sauce
Served with bread roll

Cranberry Chicken Fusilli Salad
Fusilli salad with cranberries, Sun dried tomatoes, hardboiled egg, cherry tomatoes and herb chicken.

Cleo’s Bowl
Quinoa, sustainer kinky kale, rosemary chicken fillet, locally farmed onset egg, cherry tomatoes, Parmesan cheese, cranberries, red dragon fruit, corn chips, Caesar salad dressing 

Home-Brewed Iced Hibiscus Tea x 2

Tried using app to order as there’s a S$5 birthday voucher.
Just apply the voucher at payment plus redeemed 2040 points (equivalent to S$20.40). So it’s a free meal. 

Nyonya Inspired Vegetable with Cheese

Try this National Day SouperChef specials instead as Chicken Wild Rice Lo Mai Kai was not available.
This recipe was inspired by the traditional Peranakan sayur lodeh. Creativity juices had pineapple chunks added for a dose of tang, cheddar and cream cheese for a taste of umami and a silky texture. Instead of ketupat, Korean rice cake was used to thicken up the broth for a more filling meal.

Pumpkin Soup $6.9

Picking up the vegetarian item in the Soup Spoon menu lead us to pumpkin soup. It is comforting but we don’t have much to say except that it is healthy.

Moqueca Barramundi

Ordered one of the Soupier Inspirations soup; moqueca barramundi for S$ 9.50. First few spoons was tasty but throughout the end the soup became watery, unsure what went wrong there though. Will stick to my all-time favorite tangy tomato soup next time

About The Soup Spoon Menu

The Soup Spoon group of restaurants is quite famous in Singapore since their arrival in the country. They take pride in serving less processed, zero preservative food by exclusively using sustainably sourced ingredients. Today, the signature soups, fresh salads and lean meat dishes are enjoyed across the whole country.

The Soup Spoon was first introduced by three Australian students. The main aim of the restaurant is to keep making creative cultural soups. The Soup Spoon restaurants make very tasty and delicious soups which they make with pure and halal contents to satisfy their all types of customers. Since its establishment in 1991, The Soup Spoon has expanded a lot all across the Singapore. The Soup Spoon is very famous for its cultural and traditional soups but it also has some other great food items in its menu which include Caesar Salad, Chilled Soba wit Teriyaki Chicken, Tuna Mayo, Smoked Salmon, Roasted Pumpkin, Tokyo Chicken Stew etc.

Soup Spoon Outlets, Location, and Opening Hours

Here are the Soup Spoon outlets, locations and opening hours details in Singapore:

  1. Alexandra Retail Centre (ARC)
    460 Alexandra Road, Level 1 Unit 21
    Singapore 119963
    Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-9pm
  2. Ang Mo Kio Hub
    53 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, Basement l Unit 65C/D
    Singapore 569933
    Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 10:30am-10pm
  3. Asia Square Tower 1
    8 Marina View, Level 2 Unit 13
    Singapore 018960
    Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 10:30am-8pm
  4. Bugis Junction
    200 Victoria St, Basement 1 Unit K24A
    Singapore 188021
    Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 10:30am-10pm
  5. Changi City Point (The Soup Spoon, The HandBurger, The Grill Knife)
    5 Changi Business Park Central 1, Basement 1 Unit 24/25
    Singapore 486038
    Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-10pm
  6. Harbourfront Centre
    2 Maritime Square, Level 1 Unit 1 to 3
    Singapore 099255
    Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-10pm
  7. Hillion Mall
    17 Petir Rd, Level l Unit 05/06
    Singapore 678278
    Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-10pm
  8. JEM
    50 Jurong Gateway Road, Basement 1 K11
    Singapore 608549
    Opening Hours: Sunday-Thursday 11am-10pm, Friday-Saturday 11am-10:30pm
  9. Nanyang Technological University (The Soup Spoon, The Grill Knife, The Salad Fork)
    50 Nanyang Avenue, Academic Complex North Spine, NS3-01-14
    Singapore 639798
    Opening Hours (School Term): Monday-Friday 9am-8:30pm, Saturday 9am-3pm
    Opening Hours (School Holidays): Monday-Friday 9am-8:30pm
  10. NEX (The Soup Spoon, The Grill Knife, The HandBurger, The Salad Fork)
    23 Serangoon Central, Level 2 Unit 14
    Singapore 556083
    Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 10:30am-10pm
  11. Northpoint City
    930 Yishun Ave 2, Basement 2 Unit 113
    Singapore 769098
    Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-10pm
  12. Novena Square
    238 Thomson Rd, Level 1 Unit 62/63
    Singapore 307683
    Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 10:30am-10pm
  13. Paragon Shopping Centre
    290 Orchard Rd, Basement 1 Unit K4/K7
    Singapore 238859
    Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 9:30am-10pm
  14. Paya Lebar Square
    60 Tg Katong Rd, Level 1 Unit 11
    Singapore 409051
    Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-9:30pm
  15. Plaza Singapura
    68 Orchard Rd, Level 3 Unit 21
    Singapore 238839
    Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-10pm
  16. Raffles Xchange
    5 Raffles Place, Basement 1 Unit 62
    Singapore 048618
    Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 11am-9pm, Saturday 11am-3pm
  17. Suntec City
    3 Temasek Blvd, Level 2 Unit 308 (Near Convention Centre)
    Singapore 038983
    Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-10pm
  18. Tampines Mall
    4 Tampines Central 5, Basement 1 Unit K2
    Singapore 529510
    Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 10:30am-10pm
  19. Tanjong Pagar Xchange
    120 Maxwell Road, Basement 1 Unit 31
    Singapore 069119
    Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 11am-9pm
  20. The Central
    6 Eu Tong Sen St, Basement l Unit 65C/D
    Singapore 059817
    Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-10pm
  21. Tiong Bahru Plaza
    302 Tiong Bahru Rd, Level 1 Unit 104
    Singapore 168732
    Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 11am-10pm, Saturday-Sunday 10:30am-10pm
  22. Waterway Point Mall (The Soup Spoon, The Handburger, The Grill Knife, The Salad Fork)
    83 Punggol Central, #B1-12, Waterway Point Mall
    Singapore 828761
    Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-10pm
  23. White Sands (The Soup Spoon, The Grill Knife, The HandBurger, The Salad Fork)
    1 Pasir Ris Central Street 3, Level 2 Unit 33
    Singapore 518457
    Opening Hours: Monday-Thursday 11:30am-10pm, Friday 11:30am-10:30pm, Saturday 11am-10:30pm, Sunday 11am-10pm

Who is the owner of soup spoon?

The Soup Spoon, a homegrown brand, was started in 2002 by three university pals — Andrew Chan, Anna Lim and Benedict Leow. Read their story of how they forged ahead against challenging circumstances to set up their home-based business.

Where is the soup spoon from?

The Soup Spoon is in Singapore.

What is the difference between soup spoon and soup spoon union?

The Soup Spoon Union outlet. They had a more extensive menu which consisted of appetizers, soup, salad, sides, set courses and main courses. The menu is similar to the standard kind of menu you get in any restaurant, which was different from regular Soup Spoon outlets.

What is soup spoon called?

One of the largest spoons found in the kitchen, ladles are used primarily for serving soup or other dishes with a lot of liquid. The size, style, and type can all vary but in general, this spoon has a long handle and a very deep bowl.

Who are soup spoon competitors?

Who are The Soup Spoon ‘s competitors? Alternatives and possible competitors to The Soup Spoon may include US Foods , Bunkoos , and Laderach .

Which countries use soup spoons?

In Asia, two spoons dominate: the Chinese soup spoon and the Korean spoon.

Does soup spoon have MSG?

There’s something you should know about The Soup Spoon: we take pride in our soups being both MSG and preservatives-free! All our soups are cooked from scratch and we make use of herbs and spices to enhance their flavour instead.

What is the history of soup spoon?

The idea of including a separate soup spoon in a table setting originated in the eighteenth century, when the bowl shapes varied widely, deep or shallow, oval, pointed, egg-shaped or circular. Spoon shapes became more standardised in nineteenth-century silverware.

What is a Japanese spoon?

A Japanese Soup Spoon is a essential item in Japanese cuisine. Our Japanese spoons typically have a thick handle with a deep, flat bowl. A Japanese Soup Spoon is used for various noodle broths and soups and its versatile design means it can be used as an eating utensil or as a serving spoon or ladle.

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Author: Christopher Tan

Hi there! I’m Christopher Tan, an award-winning writer, cooking instructor, and photographer. My passion lies in combining my love for words, images, and of course, food to create meaningful experiences. I have been honored to have my work published in numerous esteemed publications, including the Sunday Times and Straits Times in Singapore, Saveur magazine in America, and The Peak magazine.

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