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Yvonne  Lo
Yvonne Lo

Then we moved on to 3 ice-cream based dessert : vanilla and strawberry cheesecake, bacon ice cream sundae which had a post of its own and after eight mint composed of a mint ice cream with dark chocolate and coffee notes. It was a meal well curated and well-portioned that enabled our palate to go on a whirlwind trip in one meal. Eric Kim of Food52 asked to cancel brunch; clearly he has not had a brunch like this. Pricier than your usual Eggs Ben, Salted and Hung is great for special occasion.

Now imagine it is bottomless. Decadent as it sounds, it is made a reality by @chef.drew.nocente and team at Salted and Hung. Our friendly server recommended we order one of everything to try - this culminated in 10 small plates appearing on our table at a good pace, each tasty and exciting. We had sous vide eggs with toast, heirloom tomatoes with pickled sorbet, mackerel on toast, crayfish popcorn (my favourite), grilled bacon and pineapple (the marinade on the bacon was a winner) and lamb. The quality ingredients shone through each dish, the fundamental taste profile of the ingredients unadulterated. [cont in next post]

This Bacon Ice Cream Sundae needs to be sold by the pint. The smoky slightly savoury ice cream is accompanied with a berries layer and what seems to be coke pop rocks/ coke ice shavings.

I mean, I’m not big in paying $30++ for a cocktail. That said, the beer margarita cocktails are definitely delish and easy drinking, perfect accompaniment with succulent saucy tacos. The kimchi fries are well-dressed with roasted carnitas, chunky kimchi, sour cream, cheese ... basically the whole kitchen sink. A messy eat for sure but well worth the calories. Pricey at $19, it’s best for sharing. I also used this opportunity to test out the #iphone11pro ‘s night mode (swipe to last picture). Holding still at 2s is an art, imagine asking a live subject to do that too...

I couldn’t recognise the items from the picture in the menu and to my horror - there were cheesy bacon and some other cheese thing that threw me off. The egg is more of a ramen egg (hard egg whites with molten yolk) instead of true onsen eggs. This tendon while tasty, is not something I’d eagerly return for.

These fluffy mini yams (taro) are only available around Mid Autumn’s Festivals, best boiled till soft and the skin is edible for extra fibre. It is tasty on its own or you could eat it with your favourite condiments - both sweet and savoury.

Tender enough to slice with the spoon- though our subsequent repeat order was not as soft- this flavourful slab dictates you order rice to go along. Also highly recommended is the herbal chicken that is reminiscent of herbs used in turtle soups, this is certainly a fortifying dish. To balance our greasy but satisfying meal is a side of well-charred and well-seasoned Brussels sprouts. Salted Plum is a casual Taiwanese eatery that packs a punch, providing a mid-price option between Shilin Chicken and restaurants like Shin Yeh. Worth bringing your parents and dates to.

You’d think they are run of the mill tater tots but no, it’s crispy on the outside and soft pillowy finely mashed on the inside. The sauce is salty but moreish. The beef might be a touch more well done, but given this is a makeshift bazaar, I’m fairly impressed. At $14 I think it’s well-priced given the state of inflationary food prices in Singapore. FYI, this is from Fyr at Armenian Street part of Singapore Night Fest. #sgnightfest

Many prefer MSW for its fleshiness and flat seed, but I found the Red Prawn creamy and complex in flavour. The seeds are bigger but since it’s more affordable than MSW you can order more of that. There’s free same-day delivery for $80+, and conveniently dehusked and fresh with no guesswork nor labour needed. Very satisfied with my durians!

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