Sunday, 16 August 2009

Soup Restaurant

Soup Restaurant, the unique Chinatown Heritage Cuisine has been preserved for your palate. Their special dishes like Samsui Ginger Chicken, other steamed dishes and herbal soups are prepared in the traditional way.

This is the 1st time I tried their "Teochew Olives Rice" which is prepared by preserved black olives mixes with plain rice. And also black olive is known to stimulate appetite and aids in the process of slimming. Take a closer look at their Olives Rice, each grain is separately nicely and suprisingly it is not that oily as what I have thought of. The texture of the rice is great and it's very different from the usual Thai Olive Fried Rice.

Soup Restaurant "Samsui Ginger Chicken" is steamed-cooked for a pre-determined duration and temperature, thus maintaining its rich chicken aroma and taste. The chicken is served with their special Ginger & Sesame dipping sauce other than the usual Hainanese Chicken Rice chilli sauce that you use to have.

The art of consuming "Samsui Ginger Chicken" is by dipping the chicken into ginger sauce and wrapping them with fresh lettuce. It taste really refreshing and non greasy too.

Come and catch up with their S$1.00 Lunch Treat promotion which is for limited period only. Upon ordering their signature Samsui Ginger Chicken or set menu any day during lunch hour to enjoy any one of the 6 popular dishes at ONLY S$1.00.

With the S$1 Lunch Treat offer, we order this Tofu Prawn. Although the egg gravy is made with simple ingredients like egg, tomato & chilli sauce. It taste so aroma and robust because they use only the freshest prawns. The sauce really goes well with white rice or bun some fried mantou if they do provide.

As you see we didn't order any of their signature soup for today because we are too fully with all the above dishes. But I would like to recommend their "Double Boiled Waisan & Ginseng Roots with Chicken Soup" and "Double Boiled Lingzhi with Lean Pork" which is I find worth of cent to try.


4 comments:

  1. my saliva is dripping!! i love their samsui ginger chicken and yes the double boiled waisan & ginseng roots with chicken soup...ooh..yummy! definitely worth it :)

    ReplyDelete
  2. Yup!!! I love their chicken too... :p

    ReplyDelete
  3. Yup!!! I love their chicken too... :p

    ReplyDelete
  4. my saliva is dripping!! i love their samsui ginger chicken and yes the double boiled waisan & ginseng roots with chicken soup...ooh..yummy! definitely worth it :)

    ReplyDelete

Dear All,

Thanks for leaving down your comments. I do value each and every of your suggestion(s) or comment(s) so if you are signing off as Anonymous, please kindly leave your Name so that I could address you. Thanks

Lastly, please DO NOT SPAM as Spam comments will be deleted immediately.

Regards
Ellena (Cuisine Paradise)

ShareThis

Latest Kitchen Updates @ Cuisine Paradise


Click on the above photos or HERE for more kitchen pantry ideas.

Giveaways