6 Best Soup Dishes You Can Find in Singapore to Warm You Up On a Rainy Day

Cosy up with these soup-erior broths from Singapore’s best restaurants and eateries
HotpotImperial Treasure Steamboat RestaurantSHINSEN
Healthy and TraditionalLao Huo Tang RestaurantSoup Restaurant
KoreanSBCD Korean Tofu House
IndonesianTok Tok Indonesian Soup House

Rainy weather? Check. Mellow music playlist? Check. All that’s left is to order in some nourishing, wholesome soups to warm you from head to toe. Look no further than Oddle Eats for the best soup in Singapore these 6 restaurants and eateries can offer.

1. Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant

Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant’s Chef’s Recommendation Set A (from $188.32++)

A treasure trove of iconic Chinese delicacies, Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant definitely lives up to its name. Take your pick from mouthwatering soup bases like Imperial Drunken Soup (from $48.15++), Ginseng Chicken Soup (from $44.94++), or Traditional Pork’s Bone Soup (from $29.96++). If you’re feeling adventurous, give the locally-inspired Satay Flavoured Soup (from $29.96++) a try. Made from scratch daily, freshness and full-bodied flavours are guaranteed behind each spoonful.

Couples can put a cosy, heartwarming spin on stay-home date nights with the Chef’s Recommendation Set. You can choose between two set options, both serving tasteful selections of premium seafood, pork, and other delectable goodies for two.

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2. Lao Huo Tang Restaurant

Lao Huo Tang Restaurant’s Ginseng Herbal Chicken Soup (from $18.80++)

Are you feeling nostalgic for grandma’s traditional broths? Check out Lao Huo Tang Restaurant. From its humble beginnings in 2008 as a hawker stall to offering some of the best herbal soup in Singapore now, the restaurant has come a long way.

With fresh vegetables and lean meat used in its cooking, Lao Huo Tang’s gentle tonics are naturally low in fat, calories, and sodium. Health-conscious foodies will also love that all soups are free from oil, cream, and butter.

Chase rainy day blues away with simple yet delightful soups such as Mummy’s ABC Soup (from $12.80++), Beauty Collagen Soup with Peach Gum (from $17.80++), Lotus Root Soup with Pork Rib and Peanut (from $12.80++), and the classic Ginseng Herbal Chicken Soup (from $18.80++).

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3. SBCD Korean Tofu House

SBCD Korean Tofu House’s Seafood Soontofu (from $23++)

K-drama marathons are now complete with SBCD Korean Tofu House. Relish that comforting texture of soft, silken tofu hand-made fresh daily with imported soybeans from Paju, South Korea as you devour yet another episode of your favourite TV show.

With seafood and pork-based options aplenty, you’ll be spoilt for choice. The Assorted Soontofu (from $23++) lets you enjoy the best of land and sea, with beef, clam, crab, shrimp, and squid amongst a generous layer of tofu. Similarly, the Seafood Soontofu (from $23++) is a seafood lover’s dream come true with fresh mussels, clams, crab, shrimp, and squid. Be sure to mix that egg in for some extra molten goodness! 

All soups contain pork and vegetables and come served with rice and a trio of side dishes: fermented squid, pickled cucumber, and kimchi. 

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You know you’ve got the real deal when you order from the same place that supplies fresh produce to Singapore’s most renowned Japanese restaurants. SHINSEN is an online Japanese grocery dedicated to making the best ingredients around the world accessible to you. 

Treat yourself to SHINSEN’s Shabu Bundles. These delectable bundles for 4 come complete with mouthwatering gourmet meats imported from the US. The Shinsen Shabu for 4 (Beef) ($89++, U.P. $115.80++) is guaranteed to set mouths watering with Wagyu Karubi Shabu and US Beef Short Plate Shabu. And the Shinsen Shabu for 4 (Pork) ($78++, U.P. $100.8++) will satisfy the meat lover in you with delicious pickings of Shirobuta Pork Belly, US Pork Collar, and Minced Pork.

Cook all these and more to your liking with tori dashi or tonkotsu soup. And if you don’t have a homemade shabu pot on hand, fret not—you can order a Disposable Shabu Pot (from $8.50++) complete with solid fuel lasting for 120 minutes.

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5. Soup Restaurant

No list of Singapore’s top soup places is complete without Soup Restaurant. They may have made a name for themselves with their signature Samsui Ginger Chicken, but did you know they also offer a variety of double-boiled soups? 

Double boiling is a Chinese cooking technique used to prepare delicate dishes by covering them with water and placing them in a covered ceramic jar. The result is a robust flavour profile with all the natural goodness of the ingredients locked in. 

Choose from nourishing options that are made for two, such as Double-Boiled Cordyceps Flower with Pork Loin Soup (from $25.90++) and Double-Boiled Waisan and Ginseng Roots with Chicken Soup (from $25.90++). The Double-Boiled Black Chicken Soup in Whole Coconut (from $18.90++) is also ideal if you’re dining solo.

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6. Tok Tok Indonesian Soup House

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You won’t find better Indonesian-style soup than at Tok Tok Indonesian Soup House.

Satisfy your cravings for fork-tender Jakarta-style beef by ordering Sop Buntut (from $16++), Tok Tok’s house specialty oxtail soup, or Soto Betawi Buntut (from $16++) which combines both beef and oxtail. The Soto Ayam (from $12++) is also worth mentioning for its succulent shredded chicken.

With delivery or pick-up just a click away, getting a taste of authentic Indonesian food has never been easier. Don’t miss out!

Regardless of the type, Oddle Eats has all the options for you to find the best soup in Singapore. Bookmark this list for the next time you’re craving comfort in a bowl.