New in town: SoupCup – Kiosk concept, MSG-free & delicious collagen fish soup makes its debut

Are you bored with the routine of sipping coffee or tea in the morning? Want something more fulfilling to start off your day? Why not give SoupCup a go? SoupCup is a modern interpretation of Singapore’s much-loved 鱼汤 (fish soup). Its first outlet will launch on 3 Oct 2022 at Hong Leong Building. So fish soup lovers, this one’s definitely for you!

SoupCup - SoupCup logo and The Signature Bowl
Credit – SoupCup

The business was conceptualised by three partners namely, Sharon Gonzago (Masterchef Season 1 Finalist), Diana Yeo (#fishsoupaddict) and Joan Chang (co-founder, Lloyd’s Inn). Together, they aim to offer a local dish that’s loved by many Singaporeans whilst elevating its taste and modernising it into a grab-and-go kiosk.  

Their unique blend of collagen broth is MSG-free, and we’re loving the sound of that! Its commitment to quality is reflected in the time taken to prepare the soup. It requires eight hours of slow boiling, imparting a rich umami taste that complements the freshness of their sustainably sourced ingredients and seafood. 

SoupCup - Build-Your-Own-Soup and The Piccolo
Credit – SoupCup

There are two pre-set items on the menu: The Signature Bowl (S$13) and The Piccolo (S$4). The Signature Bowl is a large bowl of fish soup topped with grouper, pork, and a variety of seafood. The Piccolo, on the other hand, is the on-the-go option of the classic fish soup served in a coffee cup.  You can now walk into your office with a hot cup of fish soup in hand— how cool is that?

For the adventurous, you can get the Build-Your-Own-Soup cup from S$7.5. Options include picking your protein between fish only or fish and pork. Then, choose the type of fish from classic, grouper or snapper fish. You can even make it a complete meal by adding staples such as Japanese rice with furikake, thick bee hoon and Japanese konjac noodles.

Add-ons include but are not limited to Canadian scallops, enoki mushrooms and fried beancurd roll. There will be another outlet at White Sands Shopping Centre opening sometime on Nov 2022, so keep your eyes peeled for that.

So when your colleague asks you why your coffee smells fishy, tell them it’s SoupCup!

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16 Raffles Quay, Hong Leong Building, B1-26, Singapore 048581


16 Raffles Quay, Hong Leong Building, B1-26, Singapore 048581