Seems like it’s been raining these past few days in Singapore and we’re loving the snooze weather!


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We don’t know about you but the cool weather is definitely making us crave some warm and hearty soups. That’s why we’re thrilled that The Soup Spoon in Singapore is finally halal-certified by MUIS 🤗

According to The Soup Spoon, all 26 outlets under its chain have been halal-certified from 1 June 2019 (Saturday) and you can expect the halal certificates to be displayed in their stores from 4 June (Tuesday) onwards. This includes both The Soup Spoon and The Soup Spoon Union (more on this later!).

For the uninitiated, The Soup Spoon’s concept is that soups can be a meal on its own and all of their soups are prepared from fresh, wholesome ingredients. They are not only nutritious but yummy and filling too. You might have seen their halal-certified Take-Home soup packs in supermarkets before this but it’s better now because you can dine in their stores too! The reason why they decided to go halal is due to their aspiration of bringing cultures together and hence, they wanted to cater to the diverse dining needs of customers. So, yay, more halal options for us 😊

Now you must be wondering what’s on the menu? They have 8 all-time favourite soups and one of them is the SG Chicken & Mushroom (Ala carte: $5.90 | Soup set: $11.40) – this is their SouperChef Anna’s personal favourite. Rich and creamy stew is filled with marinated chunks of chicken and herbs plus 6 types of mushrooms like portobello and shiitake. Slurping this up will surely leave you thoroughly satisfied 😋

[P.S. Love soups? Then you’d love our list of 7 BBQ steamboats in Singapore under SGD20!]

Those of you who love all things Japanese will love their popular Tokyo Chicken Stew (Ala carte: $5.90 | Soup set: $10.90) Marinated chicken is slowly simmered in sweet vinegar and soy sauce broth with vegetables and mushrooms. One bite into the succulent chicken and you’ll most probably be reminded of teriyaki sauce 🤤 Not only will this dish delight your taste buds but it’s healthy too!

Are you a fan of mushrooms? Then we recommend getting their Velvety Mushroom Stroganoff (Ala carte: $5.60 | Soup set: $11.10) – this Russian-inspired dish is a blend of mushrooms and herbs, making it really thick and chunky.


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If one of these fancy creations are not for you, don’t worry! The Soup Spoon has more common soups like Boston Clam Chowder, Roasted Pumpkin and Beef Goulash (Hungarian stew of meat and vegetables) too. And one of the things we love about them is that you can choose to have your soup in a bread bowl or pot pie, if you don’t want it served in a conventional bowl 😱

Plus, you can expect 6 more exciting soup creations for a limited period from 4 June to 25 July 2019 (SouperChef specials) with flavours like Budae Jjigae, Buttery Tikka Masala and Moroccan-Style Tagine. This is part of the World Meat-free Week so it’s perfect for those of you who need a break from all the rendang and sambal goreng you’re going to eat during Raya 😂

[P.S. Wondering what to serve your guests this Raya? We’ve got you covered with our list of 10 eateries in SG that’ll deliver the perfect Raya meal!]


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But that’s not all! If you think The Soup Spoon is all about soups, then we’re here to prove otherwise. They have 6 outlets called The Soup Spoon Union which incorporates 3 other shops – The Grill Knife, The Handburger and The Salad Fork. The Grill Knife specialises in grilled meats while The Handburger serves hand-crafted burgers using grilled prime beef patties. The Salad Fork is a concept which lets you choose from over 30 ingredients and have them as a salad or wrap. So even if you’re not a fan of soups, these hearty treats are a great alternative 🤗

So, if you’re finding somewhere for your last iftar this Ramadan, or planning a post-Raya lunch or dinner with loved ones, head over to The Soup Spoon! With 26 outlets across Singapore, you can conveniently enjoy their mouthwatering soups and even indulge in grilled meats or burgers. Time to SHARE this piece of great news with your fellow foodie friends and plan a meet-up with them at The Soup Spoon!

[P.S. There’s a Soup Spoon in Bugis! If you’re planning to dine around the Bugis area, we’ve rounded up the ultimate halal food guide you need with over 50 eateries!]

Halal status: Halal-certified

Outlets:

  1. The Soup Spoon Union Waterway Point Mall, #B1-12
  2. The Soup Spoon Union Changi City Point, #B1-24/25
  3. The Soup Spoon Union Nanyang Technological University, Academic Complex North Spine, NS3-01-14
  4. The Soup Spoon Union NEX, #02-14
  5. The Soup Spoon Union Raffles City Shopping Centre, #B1-61
  6. The Soup Spoon Union White Sands, #02-33
  7. Asia Square Tower 1, #02-13
  8. Alexander Retail Cetnre, #01-21
  9. Bugis Junction, #B1-K24A
  10. Compass One, #01-01
  11. JEM, #02-05
  12. Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, NTUC Food Fare Kiosk 1, Stall 11
  13. KidZania, #01-01/02
  14. Marina Bay Financial Centre, #B2-41/42/43
  15. Novena Square, #01-62/63
  16. Paragon Shopping Centre, #B1-K4/K7
  17. Paya Lebar Square, #01-11
  18. Plaza Singapura, #03-21
  19. Raffles Xchange, #B1-62
  20. Suntec City, #02-308
  21. Tampines Mall, #B1-K2
  22. Tanjong Pagar Xchange, #B1-31
  23. Tiong Bahru Plaza, #01-104
  24. I12 Katong, #B1-12/28
  25. Ang Mo Kio Hub, #B1-65C/D
  26. Harbourfront Centre, #01-01/02/03

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