They have 4 outlets located in Raffles City Shopping Centre, Paragon Shopping Centre, Raffles Xchange & Market Street Carpark. Different outlets have different opening hours, so check their website for details.
What I love about this place is that they have all sorts of soup! With a name like Soup Spoon, what else do you expect! The soup menu has the regular soups and the weekly soups. Regular soup costs S$4.90 to S$6.10 and grande soup (large portion) costs S$6.00 to S$7.20. Price difference is due to the different kind of soups.
You can also opt for the combo set which includes your favourite soup (regular or grande size), choice of either a half of salad or a half of sandwich/wrap AND choice of either a pack of chips or apple OR a glass of ice-lemon tea.
There are also sandwiches and wraps and salads if you are not into soup or you’re just looking for something to fill your stomach on top of your soup dish. Check the website for menu details.
I visited their outlet at Raffles City on 4 Nov 2007 and another outlet at Raffles Xchange on 6 Nov 2007.
I tried their tangy tomato soup and Velvety Mushroom Stroganoff. I find the tomato soup a bit spicy and I was unable to taste the basil in the soup. The mushroom soup is not that bad, not too creamy, but a little bit peppery.
Each bowl of soup comes with a small bun. Both times, I tried the Spinach, Avocado & Pint Nut wrap. I loved this wrap very much. If you dine in, they’ll give you 3 tiny bowls of spreads like basil, mint with mayo and 1 other which I’m unable to identify and also 2 small tablespoons of coleslaw.
Overall, it’s really very ordinary soup; nothing out of the ordinary. But it’s one of those items that it’s great to have when you’re in a hurry (they simply scoop the soup into the bowl when you order) or when the weather is cold.
They also have the soup pre-packed so you can simply heat up the soup whenever you feel like having it. Costs range from S$6.40 to S$7.10 and can last up to 2 weeks if you keep them in the fridge.