The Salted Plum (Suntec City) | Burpple - 79 Reviews - Promenade, Singapore

[CLOSED] The Salted Plum (Suntec City)

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What We Love
  • Reincarnation of the old Five Ten
  • Mostly small square tables with several high tables, bright lighting
  • Taiwanese-style zi char with a trendy twist
  • Lu Rou Fan, Burnt Chilli Chicken, Smashed Baby Potatoes, Red Tea Jelly

3 Temasek Boulevard
#B1-122A Suntec City (West Wing)
Singapore 038983

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My first and last time at The Salted Plum. They were very generous with the minced pork. But a rice bowl + drink costs $15 which i find it too pricey

So gutted to hear that TSP will be closing soon😢 this place served up some real good comforting taiwanese dishes that is perfect for rainy days. Favourites here were: Burnt Chili Chicken, Braised Cabbage, Lor Bak, Tofu with Century Egg! Will miss this place alot!!

\\ Braised Beef Shortplate
Sliced Braised Beef in Spicy Sesame Sauce with Pickled Ginger. I don't eat beef but my dining partners all mention that this was good and a little spicy.

\\ Fried Chicken
Fried Chicken with five spices, preserved orange and calamansi. This just tastes like popcorn chicken with dried orange skin and powdered with plum, salt, pepper and spices. The chicken is tender and succulent while the seasoning makes it very addictive.

\\ Sautéed Cod Fish with Bean Paste
Fried Cod Fish with Shiitake Mushrooms in Dou Ban Jiang Sauce. This was a little dry and did not fared as well as compared to the other dishes.

\\ Lu Rou
Signature Braised Pork Belly with Chinese Angelica Root (Dang Gui) in Haus Sauce. The pork belly is braised for at least 10 hours in an aromatic mix of spices before being transformed into a thick and savoury gravy. The slab of pork belly is tender, fatty and gelatinous that requires minimal effort to chew before it melts in the mouth. 

Thanks to Burpple Beyond, we get to enjoy four $15 Ala Carte Dish for the price of 2 ✌ (U.P $60)

Consist of red tea jelly cubes, tapioca pearls and milk cream

Got their signature Lu Rou and Crispy Salt & Pepper Squid for the price of 1 at just $15.

The lu rou wasn't as tender as the one we had at the main outlet but flavour-wise still

Sadly, their squid dish fell short of our expectations. Not only was it served cold, the squid meat was also a workout for my jaw😬

Love their Taiwan "Xiao Cai" 😋 ($5)

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HMMM... as all of you should know by now i am an honest reviewer. Without this burple 1-1 this place is incredibly over priced u see that fried squid in the photo well that costs $15 and same for the meat i would say this place is for the rich and comfortable because you would probably need 3plates of dishes EACH to be full but plus point? Apparently its food king good (dun worry you can see the ads there) but i would call it foodking meh