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Soup Restaurant (Jurong Point) (三盅两件)

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Soup Restaurant serves Chinese cuisine. They specializes in Herbal Soups and home-cooked dishes which makes it suitable for family gatherings and other celebrations.

Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 14:30

Mon - Fri: 17:30 - 22:00

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

+65 67907797
$28 based on 20 submissions
Children/Family (4 votes), Dinner (3 votes)
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Food for memories!

Celebrated Mother-in-law's birthday here. Did not regret choosing this place. Best steamed chicken I have had till date. Loved it with the olive rice, a very unique cantonese version of it, clean and not sticky like most chinese restaurants.

If u drop by, the Samsui Chicken is a MUST HAVE!!!!

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  • samsui chicken2 votes
  • Hand Chopped Minced Pork.1 vote
  • beggar tofu1 vote
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• 24 Jan 2015 • 16 reviews • 0 follower

Food for memories!

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Celebrated Mother-in-law's birthday here. Did not regret choosing this place. Best steamed chicken I have had till date. Loved it with the olive rice, a very unique cantonese version of it, clean and not sticky like most chinese restaurants.

If u drop by, the Samsui Chicken is a MUST HAVE!!!!
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• 29 Jan 2014 • 35 reviews • 0 follower

Worst food

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All the dishes are worst than what i eat at food court. Soup tasted weird, vegetables don't taste nice, birthday dinner turned out diaster to dine there! Never step in again.
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• 13 Jun 2011 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

good and affordable

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the simple things are done right. i always order these two dishes (must tries);

the samsui chicken. chicken is tender and fresh, steamed to perfection. the minced ginger that goes with it gives the chicken its flavour. i eat it with the cucumber slices and lettuce. very refreshing. similar to how koreans eat their bbq meat with lettuce. samsui chicken comes in two sizes. the small feeds two people well.

beggar tofu. tofu is smooth and it is bland. however, the sauce goes superbly well with it. i enjoy putting lots of sauce onto my rice and eating it on its own.

their new dish, ah gong's fried rice is good. not oily and fragrant. even me, as someone who detests eating fried rice, fried noodles of any kind, find it tolerable and quite delicious.

chinese tea and chrysanthemum tea are refillable at $1.20 and $1.80 respectively.

rice at 1.80 per bowl.

in total, i spend about 30bucks inclusive of gst and service charge for two. so $15 for each person.

ambience is suitable for family dinners. it is cosy, not a noisy eating place (unless you have a crying baby at the next table). warm lighting, and interesting chinese fixtures.

after eating there for a few years, i have not encountered any rude staff or ridiculous waiting time.

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