Soup Restaurant Cooks up Special Menu for Parents This Parents’ Day


This year, Soup Restaurant is bringing back its Parents’ Day Set Menus, featuring dishes with an emphasis on both body and mind to celebrate parents, caregivers, and all those we love. The menu, available from 20 April to 30 June 2023, has food selections designed to encourage guests to prioritise their health and that of their loved ones.

The Parents’ Menu is available at all Soup Restaurant locations in Singapore.

Soup Restaurant has been an avid backer of Dementia Singapore for the past five years. Once a month, Soup Restaurant plays home to Memories Café, an event where people living with dementia and their loved ones may come together to enjoy a delicious meal and engage in social activities centered around the performing arts. This year for Parents’ Day, Soup Restaurant is offering two new set menus that emphasise sustenance and nutrition. These are the Appreciation Set (from S$88) and the Wellness Set (S$118) for 2 to 10pax.

Parents’ Day Specialty Dishes.

Share these essential dishes with your loved ones as you sit down to a meal together: Abalone with Braised Vegetables and Pumpkin, Citrus Plum Aloe Vera Jelly, Honey Pork Chop with Black Dates, Double-Boiled Walnut with Prime Ribs Soup, Baby Abalone with Samsui Ginger Pearl Rice and Handmade Double Happiness Kaya Baos and Longevity Buns.

In Support of Dementia Singapore

Each Parents’ Day Set Menu served at Soup Restaurant will result in a S$5 in-kind donation to Dementia Singapore. Donations will be used to purchase bento packages for celebrations including National Day, Christmas, and Chinese New Year at Dementia Singapore Daycare Centres.

Set meals are available for delivery. The prices for Party Pack for Three is S$98 (U.P. $113.90) and S$188 (U.P. S$244.10) for a Party Set for five people.

The Parents’ Menu is offered at all Singapore Soup Restaurants. For delivery and takeaway, order via


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