Burnt Chilli Chicken

$10.00 · 34 Reviews

Both the rojak and duck wings are my top favourites from the special items as the former is an innovative twist from the familiar rojak which replaces the youtiao with charred brussels sprouts and the latter is packed with umami goodness from the braising liquid that you can eat it clean. Also included in this set menu are the mainstays of The Salted Plum such as the lu rou 2.0, burnt chilli chicken and cold tofu. Fingers crossing that they will put the National Day specials into the main menu after this!
✨ The Salted Plum
📍 10 Circular Road, Singapore 049366
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Besides the Bento Sets, I added on three items from the a la carte menu ($10 each) for my family to share.
The “Burnt Chilli Chicken” was easily my fave. Charred in a pan with Szechuan peppers and Chinese chives, the pieces of thigh meat were mouthwateringly good.
In second place, the “Crunchy Fried Oyster Mushrooms and Smashed Baby Potatoes”. This was dangerously addictive, due in part to the coating of piquant plum powder.
The “Braised Cabbage with Bamboo Shoots and Minced Pork” was decent but I‘d have preferred the bamboo shoots a little less hard.

For deliveries, The Salted Plum charges a flat $10 is charged for a minimum spend of $30. Orders above $60 are delivered free. As food is prepared fresh and requires time for delivery, customers are encouraged to place their orders at least 2 hours before mealtime via call or WhatsApp at:

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P.S. Do quote “5566" to get $5 OFF your order.

How good could it be? I’ll set the record straight today: this dish is pretty damn fkin good. You’ve got tender chunks of chicken thigh boasting blackened charred bits (that are so addictive btw), just lightly seasoned, but oof packing such a punch you’d be sporting a leaking nose in no time. I was super impressed with huge kick of chilli here, especially with how it ain’t a flat kinda spicy, but a more nuanced one layered with the smoky charred bits and different aromatic veggies used. The portion’s really generous as well yknow, if you need another reason to order this other than it’s bloody delicious.


Finally tried the Burnt Chilli Chicken 2.0 [$10] and Pork Chop [$10] with Burpple 1-for-1, and both dishes are indeed flavourful and totally worth the calories. Also ordered the Shiny Rice, which is sinfully good too (though may not ordered again as 我怕肥)! Would visit this place again next time to try the other dishes (or the same ones, who knows lol) :)

We ordered the burnt chilli chicken - charred chicken thigh with Chinese chives and kaffir with Szechuan. This was a little spicy but was packed with a smoky wok hei flavour that was so addictive. We also got the crispy fried pork chop with haus chilli mayonnaise. Another highlight was their sweet potato congee bursting with umami flavours, made with a dashi stock, along with tobiko and purple sweet potatoes. A must try cafe for an interesting take on Taiwanese food!
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Gather your colleagues for dinner at this cute spot in Raffles Place. Go for their dinner set which includes nine full-sized dishes with free-flow rice, red tea jelly and a decanter of their homemade drink. Also expect their delicious 10-hour sous-vide wagyu karubi steak, braised pork belly and burnt chilli chicken — yum!
Photo by Burppler I makan Sg


The Salted Plum is one of the more popular lunch places in the area for their value for money lunch deals on their rice bowls. The Burnt Chilli Chicken Rice Bowl is filled with generous chunks of charred chicken which packed serious heat while staying tender on the inside. Mix all of that together with the onsen egg and the rice to get a winning combination.

Note: Rice bowls only available for weekday lunch

Burnt Chilli Chicken Rice Bowl ($10 weekday lunch promo)- a very generous serving of intensely charred chicken, moist and tender on the inside and packing serious heat on the outside. Seasoning was spot on. The portion was substantial enough that I'd suggest having a dining companion order a different bowl and then sharing the chicken and other protein of choice. Topped up $0.50 for "Shiny Rice" (rice drizzled with lard and garlic oil), which was subtly fragrant but not particularly noteworthy; and $3.80 for a set which included a tasting portion of Haus Bacon (a little like 烧肉 without the fat) and free flow house drinks (Honey Lime, Sour Plum, Red Tea).

Got the popular burnt chilli chicken rice... the portion of chicken is quite generous and the flavour itself is not too bad, but the chicken is too dry 😐 just find it a little hard to finish this bowl

Tze char dishes that were comforting and felt like I am eating at home.
Melty Ru lou (braised pork belly) with tang gui, burnt chilli chicken with a lingering heat, long beans in peanut sauce and sinful lard, oyster omelette, and a purple sweet potato porridge that was memorable. Explosive flavors which bears a delectable wokhei tone.
It was so good, we walloped every morsel and every grain. I will go back again for this table of plenty.
Thank you @thesaltedplumsg for hosting and @tiara_star @samoosg for sharing the calories.

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