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Soup Restaurant 三盅两件

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Soup Restaurant has been around for quite a number of years and has at least 10 outlets island wide. Our first venture into Soup Restaurant was at its slightly less known outlet at Seah Street.

Steamed Hand Chopped Minced Pork 马蹄蒸手剁肉饼

Steamed Hand Chopped Minced Pork 马蹄蒸手剁肉饼

Steamed Hand Chopped Minced Pork 马蹄蒸手剁肉饼 ($8.50) -Though it was claimed that only 30 servings are made each day, we couldn’t really appreciate any uniqueness about this dish. On first glace, our initial impression was that it would be rather salty. But it turned out otherwise. Flavours wise, it wasn’t all that strong and as expected, the addition of water chestnuts into the minced pork provided the extra crunchiness.

Poached Baby Spinach with Conpoy in Century and Salted Egg Stock 瑶柱金银蛋苋菜苗

Poached Baby Spinach with Conpoy in Century and Salted Egg Stock 瑶柱金银蛋苋菜苗

Poached Baby Spinach with Conpoy in Century and Salted Egg Stock 瑶柱金银蛋苋菜苗 ($12.90) – A rather mediocre dish. Nothing too mind blowing.

Samsui Ginger Chicken 三水姜茸鸡

Samsui Ginger Chicken 三水姜茸鸡

Soup Restaurant’s specialty is their Samsui Ginger Chicken 三水姜茸鸡 ($15.90). The chicken was served boneless, which made consumption convenient. The meat was tender, without much seasoning. The ginger garlic sauce was very refreshing and was a good compliment to the slightly bland chicken meat. It wasn’t all too overpowering with ginger or garlic taste, yet still being fragrant and tasty. This does remind us of the typical chicken rice found in hawker centres, but this was less oily and seemingly healthier.

Soup Restaurant 三盅两件
39 Seah Street

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Written by foodphd

November 24, 2011 at 10:37 am

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