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Shark soup is a type of food obtained from cooking uncooked shark soup. Shark soups can be sold to Tang (food merchant) at the Tang Chufang shop in Waiko for 85 chimes, and purchased back at 850 chimes.

Eating the shark soup will heal the player for 2350 Life points, but due to the time required to collect and process the ingredients it is recommended not to use them as food.

Shark soup
Cooking level 96
Cooking XP 240.0
Burn level 96
Utensils None
Ingredients Shiny tortle shell bowl, Bundle of bamboo, Sliced mushrooms, Wobbegong oil, Alaea sea salt
Range only No
To make Shark soup:
  1. Click on the Shiny tortle shell bowl with all ingredients in your inventory and combine them all into Uncooked shark soups.
  2. Cook the Uncooked shark soup.

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Source Combat level Quantity Rarity
Fortunate orokamiN/A1–3Common
Fortunate orokami jarN/A3Common


Tang Chufang
Merchant Tang
Island Waiko
Price sold at 850
Prices bought at
Base value 85
First upgrade 93
Second upgrade 102
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Item Base values
Shiny tortle shell bowl.png Shiny tortle shell bowl 12 chimes
Bundle of bamboo.png Bundle of bamboo[† 1] 11 chimes
Sliced mushrooms (The Arc).png Sliced mushrooms[† 2] 11 chimes
Wobbegong oil 1.png Wobbegong oil 12 chimes
Alaea sea salt.png Alaea sea salt 5 chimes
Shark soup.png Shark soup 85
Cooking Production costs -51
Profit [† 3] 34
  1. ^ 11 chimes if sold to Big Bada Bamboo on Tuai Leit, 10 chimes if sold on Waiko.
  2. ^ 11 chimes if sold to Sweet Goods on Cyclosis, 10 chimes if sold on Waiko.
  3. ^ 38 chimes profit if you bought the first Commodity sell price increase upgrade and 42 chimes profit at the second Commodity sell price increase upgrade, taking in consideration the price increase of base resources.


  • Players should consider cooking on a portable range, or the grill in Waiko; doing so provides a 5% chance to produce an additional shark soup.
  • Wearing a modified sous chef's toque provides a 5% chance to cook an additional soup, stacking with other effects.
  • Since the ingredients required to make shark soups stack, large quantities of soups can be manufactured, cooked, and then sold to Tang at the Waiko market while using the grill to produce extra soups.
  • Ancestral energy can transmute resources from The Arc onto others; e.g., wobbegong oil transmutes into a shiny tortle shell bowl, allowing players some flexibility in gathering resources.


  • Shark soup was first added to RuneScape with the Player-owned port update on 11 December 2012.
    • It was not possible to create the shark soup at that time; However it was present in the Quick Chat database and could be found on the Grand Exchange. On 20 August 2013, Shark soup was removed from Quick Chat and the Grand Exchange. Mod Doctor confirmed that there were no plans to add shark soup to the game in the Ports - The Next Journey - FAQ on the RuneScape Forums in January 2014.
    • It originally healed 1400 life points.
    • The previous inventory icon (Shark soup (Player-owned ports).png) appeared to be a piece of Nigirizushi floating in the centre of a soup bowl with the examine text "A delicious shark soup.". This icon has since been used for Sailfish soup.