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Soup Restaurant (Vivocity) (三盅两件)

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Soup Restaurant is a Chinese restaurant located in Vivocity.

Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 14:30

Mon - Fri: 17:30 - 22:00

Sat - Sun & PH: 11:30 - 22:00

+65 63769969
$25 based on 9 submissions
Dinner (4 votes), Lunch (3 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (3 votes)
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Try the samsui chicken!

Food was great and the dishes were served rather fast! Do try their specialty - the samsui chicken! Only negative thing is the small and cramped table! OCBC card members get a free dish and discount off total bill! :) 

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• 15 Jul 2014 • 31 reviews • 0 follower

Try the samsui chicken!

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Food was great and the dishes were served rather fast! Do try their specialty - the samsui chicken! Only negative thing is the small and cramped table! OCBC card members get a free dish and discount off total bill! :) 

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  • Veg with 3 kinds of eggs
• 31 Jan 2014 • 58 reviews • 13 followers

OK Place to visit for Family Gatherings

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Have visited this restaurant during first day of the Lunar New Year where most Chinese Restaurants are closed. 

They only offer their special Chinese New Year Menu during this period and so we settled for their Prosperity Set (for 4 pax).

The food is generally OK just that my mother was concerned about the hygiene of the food as the waiter was spotted to be squeezing the lime juice onto the YuSheng with his bare hands (without wearing gloves).

Also, in order to qualify to sit on the round table, at least 10 pax must be present. There were only 5 of us, so we ended up seating oddly around a rectangular table.  

For detailed review with photos, pls visit: http://musings-of-a-rabbit.blogspot.sg/2014/01/soup-restaurant-vivocity.html
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• 31 Jan 2014 • 58 reviews • 13 followers

OK Place to visit for Family Gatherings

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Have visited this restaurant during first day of the Lunar New Year where most Chinese Restaurants are closed. 

They only offer their special Chinese New Year Menu during this period and so we settled for their Prosperity Set (for 4 pax).

The food is generally OK just that my mother was concerned about the hygiene of the food as the waiter was spotted to be squeezing the lime juice onto the YuSheng with his bare hands (without wearing gloves).

Also, in order to qualify to sit on the round table, at least 10 pax must be present. There were only 5 of us, so we ended up seating oddly around a rectangular table.  

For detailed review with photos, pls visit: http://musings-of-a-rabbit.blogspot.sg/2014/01/soup-restaurant-vivocity.html
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