10 Best Soup Restaurants In Singapore

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Located in Southeast Asia, Singapore is a city-state consisting of one main island and many islets. Following years of colonisation by the British, Singapore quickly changed from being a developing nation to a developed nation, and today is an international hub for many fields including entertainment, finance, and tourism. Singapore is known for its cultural diversity. It’s the most religiously diverse country in the world and has four official languages. Its diversity has also led to Singapore being known for its amazing food. From hawker centres to high-end restaurants, it’s got it all. But today we’re going to be focusing on something warm and comforting: soups. We’ve compiled some of our favourite soup restaurants in Singapore, so read on and check out the options.

1. Soup Restaurant

Posted by Soup Restaurant Singapore on Monday, 4 June 2018

Soup Restaurant has a very to-the-point name, so you know exactly what they focus on. The restaurant dates back to 1991, and the owners wanted to focus on creating home-cooked meals for young professionals. Taking inspiration from Chinatown, these meals are nutritious and well-loved in Singapore. Today they’ve got a number of signature dishes, including Samsui Ginger Chicken and Tofu Prawn, and a menu full of chicken soups.

Soup Restaurant

Address: 290 Orchard Rd, #B1-07 Paragon, Singapore 238859

Website: Soup Restaurant

Opening hours: 11:30am - 10pm (daily)

2. The Soup Spoon

If you’re after a super healthy soup, then head to the Soup Spoon. They aim to serve soups which are less processed and which don’t have any preservatives. They also exclusively use ingredients which are sustainably sourced. Their chef, Anna, is self-taught, and her foods are inspired by travel. Try the Tokyo Chicken Stew or the Boston Clam Chowder. There are plenty of flavours from around the world that are both tasty and healthy.

The Soup Spoon

Address: 460 Alexandra Rd, #01-21 Alexandra Retail Centre, Singapore 119963

Website: The Soup Spoon

Opening hours: 11am - 9pm (daily)

3. Tuan Yuan

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Tuan Yuan is all about reunion and fate. When you enter their restaurant, this family-owned place wants you to feel special and to enjoy your meal with people dear to you. With a menu full of soup, including pork ribs soup and pork liver soup, there’s plenty to slurp up. The broth is boiled for hours with quality ingredients, so you are getting a full-bodied and tasty dish. Reviewers love the quality of the food and the calm ambience in the restaurant.

Tuan Yuan

Address: 127 Kim Tian Rd, #01-01, Singapore 160127

Website: Tuan Yuan

Opening hours: Tue - Fri: 11am - 2:30pm, 5pm - 9:30pm; Sat - Sun: 11am - 9:30pm (closed on Mon)

4. Lao Huo Tang

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Lao Huo Tang got its start in 2008 in the Hawker Centre. They serve traditional Chinese soups using fresh vegetables and lean meats. Chinese soups don’t use oil, cream, or butter, so you’ll be getting a dish that is low in calories and naturally low in fat. Today, they’ve got a number of restaurants throughout Singapore. You can taste dishes like Ginseng Herbal Chicken Soup or Salted Vegetable Duck Soup. There’s plenty of options to chose from, but with them all so healthy, you don’t have to feel guilty for indulging!

Lao Huo Tang

Address: 30 Sembawang Dr, #03-15/16, Singapore 757713

Website: Lao Huo Tang

Opening hours: 11am - 9pm (daily)

5. Seattle Pike Chowder

If you’re craving a bit of New England, then look no further than Seattle Pike Chowder. Inspired by Seattle’s famous Pike Place Chowders, you’ll find six varieties of the creamy, warm soup on offer. Try the classic New England or go for the Alaskan Fish. You can even get your chowder served in a filling bread bowl. Seattle Pike Chowder is the perfect accompaniment to a cold, dreary day.

Seattle Pike Chowder

Address: 1 Raffles Place, B1-28/29, Singapore 048616

Website: Seattle Pike Chowder

Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 10:30am - 9pm; Sat: 10:30am - 3pm (closed on Sun)

6. Beauty in the Pot

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With many locations across Singapore, Beauty in the Pot serves up warm pots of healthy soup. They’ve got six soup bases full of flavourful and healthy ingredients, including collagen and Chinese herbs. You can also order a wealth of other items to add to your soup base, including dumplings, meatballs, and their signature fish tofu. And the restaurant has cosy decor, so you can relax and savour the broth during your visit.

Beauty in the Pot

Address: 176 Orchard Rd, #05-15/16 The Centrepoint, Singapore 238843

Website: Beauty in the Pot

Opening hours: 11:30am - 6am (daily)

7. Souperstar

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Souperstar is a soup and stew joint that combines Singaporean food with foods from around the world. Their aim is to serve up dishes that are both creative and hearty, and which provide comfort to all who taste them. Many of their soups are vegetarian, including the corn chowder and creamy tomato basil. If you’d prefer something meaty, to for the potato and chicken soup. They serve up other dishes as well, including salads and sandwiches.


Address: 1 Fusionopolis Way, #B1-24 Fusionopolis One (Connexis, Singapore 138632

Website: Souperstar

Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 8am - 8pm; Sat: 8am - 3pm (closed on Sun)

8. Earth Jar Treasure

Got an ailment? Earth Jar Treasure might just have the remedy. This food stall located on Sin Ming Road specialises is serving up soups with a focus on helping its customers with different issues. Feeling a bit tired? Try to ginseng chicken soup. If you’re fighting a cold, the black chicken soup is for you. Or go for the pork soup to stimulate your appetite. Whatever you’re trying to cure, you can be sure your soup will be filling and nutritious. And it’s a great deal — the soups cost just 6 SGD (4.4 USD), so you won’t have to break the bank.

Earth Jar Treasure

Address: 22A Sin Ming Rd Singapore 571022 Sin Ming Rd, Singapore 571022

Website: Earth Jar Treasure

Opening hours: 10am - 8:30pm (daily)

9. Cheng Mun Chee Kee

You’ll know you’ve reached Cheng Mun Chee Kee when you see it’s glowing red sign and a crowd of people waiting for their food. It’s a popular restaurant in Singapore, with people flocking to try its speciality: pig organ soup. It’s got a broth made from pork bones and pickled vegetables. The soup is packed with meat and organs, as well as tofu and vegetables. They also offer side dishes, including stir-fried cabbage and steamed mince meat. The restaurant is open until 5 am, so it’s certainly the place to satisfy your midnight cravings.

Cheng Mun Chee Kee

Address: 24 Foch Rd, Singapore 209263

Website: Cheng Mun Chee Kee

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 9am - 5am; Sun: 9am - 4:30am

10. Goro Goro

Goro Goro is a Korean buffet — perfect if you’re looking for a lot of food at a great deal. They offer six broths to choose from, including a vegetarian broth, and plenty of meats and vegetables to add to your broth so you can curate your perfect soup. There are plenty of other foods to have along with your soup, including chicken wings and kimchi. The restaurant is big, so grab a group of friends and prepare to indulge in hearty bowls of soup, prepared exactly how you want them!

Goro Goro

Address: 218 Orchard Road, #04-01, 238851 Singapore

Website: Goro Goro

Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 11:30am - 3pm, 5pm - 10:30pm; Sat - Sun: 11:30am - 3:30pm, 5pm - 10:30pm

Singapore offers plenty of soup

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If you like to slurp your way through your meals, you’ll be happy to know Singapore has no shortage of soup restaurants. Whether you want a herbal soup to help cure an ailment, a healthy soup, or a soup from around the world, you can certainly find it in Singapore. So pick your favourites from our list and plan to fill your belly with soup in Singapore.

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Nicole is an American expat living in London, England. When she moved from the midwest to London in 2012, it was her first time leaving the US. She has traveled steadily since then, making trips...Read more

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