Don’t Say Bojio: Soup Restaurant Sauces Buy-1-Get-1 Free at Fairprice (4-10 Aug)

Growing up in Singapore, you’d most likely have eaten at Soup Restaurant at least once in your life. Who could forget their Samsui Chicken that goes so well together with Soup Restaurant’s Samsui Ginger Sauce?

Image: hungrygowhere.com
Image: hungrygowhere.com

Well, here’s your chance to bring Soup restaurant into your own home! Well, sort of.

Sauces in Fairprice

We’re not sure if you’ve noticed but Soup Restaurant has their sauces selling in Fairprice for quite some time.

If you’re a fan of Soup Restaurant’s Samsui Chicken, get their Samsui Chicken Sauce at $6.80, get a whole chicken for less than five bucks and eat it at home.

It might not be the same, but you’ll get something resembling Soup Restaurant at a fraction of the price!

The promotion

And you know what’s better? You can now get a bottle of their sauce at half the price!

Image: fairprice.com.sg
Image: fairprice.com.sg

And it’s not just the Ginger sauce. The same promotion applies for all sauces from Soup Restaurant, the Sambal Chilli Sauce and the XO Sauce.

Offer is valid from 4 to 10 August 2016 so be sure to grab one before it runs out!

It’s available at their online store too, but there’s a catch

And if you’re lazy to head down to the nearest Fairprice to squeeze with the crowd, just order from Fairprice’s online store under the Must Buy Promotion tab.

Note that you have to purchase two bottles of Soup Restaurant’s sauces in order to get another two bottles free.

Bonus Tip

And a bonus tip for you, the Soup Restaurant Sambal Chilli Sauce goes well with dry maggie mee: mix it together with black soy sauce, fried shallot oil, Sambal Chilli Sauce and pepper. You’ll have a meal fit for a king!

Don’t say bojio eh! And remember to share this with the person who does the cooking in the house. Just sayin’.

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