Do not be alarmed or turned off by the name. I, too, assumed Soup Restaurant served only soup.
But it turned out to be a Chinese restaurant offering, yes, soup, among others, as well as other bites you’d find at other similar joints.
You’ll find this chain restaurant in several spots around Jakarta, and all over Singapore and Malaysia.
Overall, the food was decent, although I have to mention they are quite MSG-generous (from what it tasted like) while the portions are modest.
One other dish I’d recommend (picture not shown here) is the claypot beef rice which reminded me of the Thai beef basil rice, just not as spicy.
When ordering your tea, feel free to ask for a blend of two kinds of teas. We had the pu-er mixed with oolong – just for a little something extra. Enjoy!
Selada Saus Tiram | 40K
Fried Lettuce with oyster sauce.
Tahu Claypot | 38K
Claypot tofu (using Japanese tofu).
Mee Suah Goreng Penang | 45K
Penang fried mee suah with egg, bean sprouts, chicken, and mushroom.
Ayam Jahe Ala Samsui | 90K (Small) 180 (Large)
Samsui ginger chicken.
3rd Floor 22, 23A, 24
(021) 3983 8220
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1st Floor #08
(021) 583 56063
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(021) 3048 0820
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UG Floor OD-03
(021) 295 28353