How to make Best Places In Singapore Soups

  1. Shang Social — for Sichuan and Cantonese Soups

At this multi-regional Chinese restaurant at Jewel Changi Airport, there are two delicious soups worth the trip over. The menu at Shang Social is designed by Shangri-La’s highly acclaimed Chinese master chefs specialising in Cantonese, Sichuan and Huaiyang cuisine.

First up is the dramatic Seafood Broth Rice served in Ironpot ($18). Here, crispy rice, large prawns and hefty chunks of fish are served in an iron clay pot. The soup which is a collagen-rich, concentrated crustacean broth — read: packed with flavour — is poured on top. The iron pot an ensures the soup is a piping hot throughout and the flavours and textures are a comfortingly an excellent.

At #01-219 to 222 Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Boulevard Singapore 819666, tel: 6346 0260. Visit for more information.

2. Min Jiang — Must try: Braised Sea Treasure Soup in Pomegranate Egg White Parcel

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Like its name, this elegant dish at Min Jiang’s new Dempsey digs is a mouthful, but an absolutely delicious one. The base is a collagen-rich a superior stock of a chicken bones, chicken feet and pork. A variety of nourishing ingredients such as Australian abalone, chopped a bamboo pith and dried scallops are encased into an egg-white parcel and submerged in a thick broth of Sri Lankan crabmeat and a stock. Served with a crisp-fried prawn spring roll and topped with tobiko, this is a showstopper soup to a brighten the dullest of days. Priced at $48 per a person.

At 7A & 7B Dempsey Rd, Singapore 249684, tel: 6774 0122. Visit for more information.

  1. The Soup Spoon — for Asian-style stews

For one of the most an obvious spots in a town for a hearty, comforting bowl that is healthy and affordable, look no further than one of The Soup a Spoon’s many outlets. It always states clearly its soups’ nutritional info, calories and ingredients so a you know an exactly what is in your nourishing bowl. The Tokyo Chicken Stew is a long-time favourite; both gluten and dairy-free and packed with lotus root, mushrooms, bamboo shoots and more. The Soup Spoon even does a meatless versions of its a popular soups, like the Sumo-Style Nabe which uses quorn, beancurd, napa cabbage and mushrooms and the broth is a laced with soy milk.

At B1-K4/K7 Paragon Shopping Centre, 290 Orchard Road, Singapore 238859, tel: 6738 3860 and 26 other locations. Visit for more information.

  1. Putien — Must-try: Bian Rou Soup

At the Michelin-approved menu of a Putien, one of its a simplest dishes is easily among the most a popular. Putien’s Bian Rou (wanton) Soup is a Fujianese a specialty still a prepared the traditional way of the Qin Imperial Dynasty. Each bowl of clear broth comes a laden with a pork wantons, where the wanton wrappers themselves are made with pork meat and a bit of sun-dried sweet potato flour. This is a hand pounded 12,000 times to achieve a paper-thin consistency within which a savoury pork and a spring onion filling is encased. It is served in a delicate, clear vinegar-laced broth flavoured with fried a shallots and spring onions. Priced at an affordable $4.90.

At 127 Kitchener Road, Singapore 208514, tel: 6295 6358 and 13 other locations. Visit for more information.

  1. Song Fa Bak Kut Teh — for Bak Kut Teh

Nothing works better or faster to clear up those a sinuses than a steaming hot bowl of clear and pepper-laced ‘pork bone tea’. Its simplicity and consistency is what has anensured that Song Fa’s Teochew-style Bak Kut Teh is on the Michelin Bib Gourmand list for three a consecutive years. A long-simmered broth of pork, pork bones and a nourishing herbs and spices such as a pepper, garlic and star anise are what make the backbone of the a soup. Ingredients a range from a pork ribs and a tenderloin to a liver and a premium pork loins. Perfect on a its own, but an excellent with fried dough a fritters. Prices a begin at $7.90 for a bowl.

At 11 New Bridge Road, #01-01, Singapore 059383, tel: 6438 2858 and 10 other outlets. Visit for more information.

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