Soup Stock Tokyo has opened its second outlet in Singapore after the first at Asia Square.
I am not a fan of soup, but once in a while having this comfort food is quite a good idea, especially on a cold rainy day.
I noticed that the 4-Mushroom Potage was not on the menu board outside the outlet so I suppose Soup Stock Tokyo doesn’t have everything available daily. You got to either try your luck or make do.
The soups are classified as standard or preium. There are only two types of premium to choose from; Hokkaido Crab Bisque and Tokyo Borsch and several standard soups. Soup Stock Tokyo serves set menu. There are three sets to choose from; standard soup or premium soup in regular size with either bread or Japanese rice. The third set is half and half set; you will get two halves size portion of regular and you choose rice or bread. There is an additional charge if you choose to have two premiums soup.
Without hesitation, I have the half and half set. I chose a premium soup, the Crab Bisque, and a standard soup, Chicken Soup with 8 Vegetables.
The Crab Bisque has a strong potato taste. I don’t really taste the crab. But at the price I was paying, I can’t expect to have strong crab taste, isn’t it? As for the Chicken Soup with 8 Vegetables, likewise the chicken taste is very light. It was with more vegetables scent instead. The soup was with a few likeable chuck of chicken pieces. I would prefer the soup with stronger chicken taste. The bread was delicious, soft and with a very thin crust. It tasted like baguette, but lack of the chewy texture of baguette. I like the bread. Soup Stock Tokyo serves soup that are lightly flavoured, the tastes are not strong. I was a bit disappointed with both my choices but happy with the bread though. If you like light flavours, I suppose Soup Stock Tokyo would be your good selection.
Soup Stock Tokyo
100AM #02-27(B) 100 Tras Street Singapore 079027
Daily 1000 to 2200 (Last Order at 2130)
By MRT: East West line – Tanjong Pagar station
By Bus: – alight at Tanjong Pagar Plaza or at The Amara – 80, 145