1 Maritime Square
#03-01/04 HarbourFront Centre Food Junction Stall 13
Singapore 099255

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Thursday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

I’ve visited Beauty Nutritious Soup numerous times and love the pumpkin rice at this stall but the standard seems to be inconsistent. Today’s pumpkin rice was tasteless, and tasted almost like regular white rice. It’s still soft and has better texture than the regular white rice at this stall though (the white rice has a texture like plastic beads). Can’t complain for affordable Kopitiam food, and can only try my luck again next time.

Simple and a perfect addition to a bowl of steaming hot soup. The veggies are blanched just long enough so that they keep their crunchiness and texture. The oyster sauce is not that salty, but it’s good enough to impart some flavour to the vegetables. The best way to eat this is to load up on the aromatic shallots with each stalk to get maximum crunch, sweetness and flavour with each bite.

Ordering soups here can be a hit or miss depending on the day or time you visit. There are many factors that go into it - the people working that day, how long the soup has been boiling for, how long the meat has been boiling for, etc, that it’s quite inconsistent with each visit. Usually, I find the taste of the herbal chicken soup quite good anyway - although some days might be richer and more flavourful than others. The chicken is more inconsistent. Some days it’s fall off the bone tender, while on others, it’s tough and requires effort to extricate the meat. Today’s broth was not bad, probably a 6.5/10 based on all the times I’ve visited, and the chicken was a 6/10 which was not tender enough to pull off the bone with ease, but also not hard and dry as a rock.

The Special Herbal Chicken Soup ($6.80) is one of my go-tos when I’m looking for a light or soupy meal and is especially ideal pre-workout.

The herbal taste isn’t too strong that it overwhelms your tastebuds, instead, it’s a pleasant taste that creeps up on you and brings a slow smile to your face while warming your body and internal organs up from the inside. The soup also has a slightly sweet aftertaste from dates and the goji berries that provide little flavour bombs in between mouthfuls of nourishing soup. You can see the red dates, wolfberries, and other assorted herbs stewed inside the soup. The herbs are stewed for so long that they are super soft and have also lost any residual bitterness. I even chew on the herb roots sometimes just for a change in texture.

Although the quality does tend to be inconsistent from day to day with the intensity of the soup flavour, as well as the tenderness of the chicken, it’s delicious and tender more often than not. Guess it really depends on your luck for the day on who’s cooking the soups and how long the chicken has been stewing for before you’re served.

The Special Herbal Chicken Soup ($6.80) is one of my go-tos when I’m looking for a light or soupy meal and is especially ideal pre-workout.

The herbal taste isn’t too strong that it overwhelms your tastebuds, instead, it’s a pleasant taste that creeps up on you and brings a slow smile to your face while warming your body and internal organs up from the inside. The soup also has a slightly sweet aftertaste from dates and the goji berries that provide little flavour bombs in between mouthfuls of nourishing soup. You can see the red dates, wolfberries, and other assorted herbs stewed inside the soup. The herbs are stewed for so long that they are super soft and have also lost any residual bitterness. I even chew on the herb roots sometimes just for a change in texture.

Although the quality does tend to be inconsistent from day to day with the intensity of the soup flavour, as well as the tenderness of the chicken, it’s delicious and tender more often than not. Guess it really depends on your luck for the day on who’s cooking the soups and how long the chicken has been stewing for before you’re served.

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