SOUPerlicious pride themselves in serving delicious and wholesome soups with robust flavours, freshly made salads and sandwiches at an affordable and value for money proposition in a quick, casual and vibrant yet stylish dining environment.
i visited this place yesterday, and i've not heard of it before until yesterday when we wanted to try something new.
i took the beef wrap and i think it's very healthy in a sense of fast food. it was juicy and nice and delicious. The service was good. However, there were alot of people during lunch time. it was comfortable as well
the soup here is nowhere near soup spoon, it feels like a cheap rip off. Its not that it tasted bad, but you feel disappointed because everything in the shop seem to promise more.
we ordered the mushroom soup, which was rather bland and chalky. the breadsticks we had were not fit for eating in my opinion, too hard. you know, its ok if we had this in some small mall somewhere, but right in the centre of cbd inside suntec, i think its totally not worth it at all, I could get better food at KFC downstairs for much lower cost, not a joke.
the one redemption was the service staff, they were really nice and tried their best to answer our questions when we asked them why the bread was so bad and the soup chalky.
I gave this place 3 shots for lunch, all 3 times - Disappointing!
I really want to like this place because I love soups but the quality and taste is just way off. I am not usually too fuss but I had a Seafood chowder and it was watery. Chowders are supposed to be stews that are thickened by Cream/Milk.. To add on, the seafood consist of miniscule clams, fake crabsticks, 2 flaky prawns and some diced vegetables mix.
I want a fuss free lunch, but I didnt expect such an indecent fare. On a brighter note, the salads are edible and tasted quite nice. I dont see myself giving it another chance.
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