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Previously known as Five Ten (p.s. I begrudgingly think their previous name is better), this place has $10 lunch bowls which are incredibly value for money! Decided to get this lu rou ($10) to share amongst friends and boy was it worth getting. Although not visible from the picture, there are actually two huge slabs of pork belly. It鈥檚 incredibly tender and the fats and meat just melt in your mouth! The sauce is also really tasty when drizzled onto rice. Really loved this!

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Tried out DePizza and it was so affordable thanks to the 1 for 1! #burpplebeyond We had the Sashimi Pizza ($26) and 4 Hit Combo Pizza ($22), which consists of mushroom, bacon, pepperoni, cheese.

Amongst the two, I preferred the 4 Hit Combo, as it was more traditional and it was just brilliantly cheesy. The sashimi pizza was nice on the first slice, but after a while, it got a bit too jelak for me because of the mayonnaise base under the cheese, and the salmon sashimi which lent itself to a squishier texture. I must say that I much prefer salmon off pizza haha. That being said, my friends quite liked the sashimi pizza, so maybe it鈥檚 just my preference.

Another thing is that the crust wasn鈥檛 very exceptional compared to other pizzas I鈥檝e tried at similar prices, so it was a rather underwhelming experience for me as a whole. Still, they have some really interesting fusion pizzas, like their nasi lemak and chilli crab pizza, so that would be worth a try!

Also, for CBD working people: you can call in advance and ask them to prepare your pizza so it doesn鈥檛 take so long! The lady on the phone was really nice and our food came soon after we arrived :)

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Pictures are deceiving... This might not look as good as it taste but damn, I would 100% patronize again. The Lu Rou really melts! 馃い Their Large intestines were so soft and juicy as well. Last but not least, the Salted Plum Baked Potatoes was simply unique - never knew plum flavored potatoes tastes so delish!

The only dessert option on the menu, the Red Tea Jelly works just like a deconstructed bubble tea, with pearls and cream. The red tea jellies were absolutely delightful, with a nice aroma to it. the pearls were rather hard but still very chewy nonetheless.

The generous portion of chicken was just amazing!! Love that they added the runny egg to the rice bowl!

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Have your late night supper spot sorted with The Salted Plum鈥檚 latest supper menu! Available聽every Friday and Saturday from 11pm to 2.30am, night owls will not go to bed hungry as the focused menu will see a couple of their all-day favourites (like their Burnt Chilli Chicken and addictive Smashed Baby Potatoes) and new offerings聽served in the similar style of sharing聽plates to go along with their Shiny Rice.

Loving the selection, many of the items pays聽tribute to hearty and familiar Taiwanese street food聽yet each made with their聽own twist. So an instant hit, my pick of the night was their Oyster Omelette | Lard ($10). With聽none of the usual grease and starch; it wasn鈥檛 overly fried and didn鈥檛 have that hated gummy consistency. For fried goodness, have a go at their Golden Frog Legs | Haus Chilli Mayo ($10) and Dough Fritters | Minced Pork | Haus Saus ($5)聽which would also make perfect bar bites. For something saucy, I would recommend the well-executed Braised Duck | Taw Kwa | Egg ($10).

But the true MVP was their Sweet Potato Congee ($3). Simple yet tasteful, the warm bowl was all smooth and fragrant with the addition of dashi stock - just great with everything.聽Hence, drawing comfort from all the dishes and the聽unpretentious ambience, do swing by for an affordable and satisfying meal!

Thank you The Salted Plum for having us and聽Burpple聽for organizing the eatup!

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Available聽every Friday and Saturday from 11pm to 2.30am, night owls will not go to bed hungry as the focused menu will see a couple of their all-day favourites (like their Burnt Chilli Chicken and addictive Smashed Baby Potatoes) and new offerings聽served in the similar style of sharing聽plates to go along with their Shiny Rice.

Loving the selection, many of the items pays聽tribute to hearty and familiar Taiwanese street food聽yet each made with their聽own twist. So an instant hit, my pick of the night was their Oyster Omelette | Lard ($10). With聽none of the usual grease and starch; it wasn鈥檛 overly fried and didn鈥檛 have that hated gummy consistency. For fried goodness, have a go at their Golden Frog Legs | Haus Chilli Mayo ($10) and Dough Fritters | Minced Pork | Haus Saus ($5)聽which would also make perfect bar bites. For something saucy, I would recommend the well-executed Braised Duck | Taw Kwa | Egg ($10). But the true MVP was their Sweet Potato Congee ($3). Simple yet tasteful, the warm bowl was all smooth and fragrant with the addition of dashi stock - just great with everything.聽Hence, drawing comfort from all the dishes and the聽unpretentious ambience, do swing by for an affordable and satisfying meal!

Thank you The Salted Plum for having us and聽Burpple聽for organizing the eatup!

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Love this fusion of strawberry and latte which is palatable. Priced at $7, it鈥檚 about the same range as a tall size of a Starbucks drink. The shop is an instagrammer鈥檚 Dream!

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Terribly disappointing wagyu beef don at lunch today. Tiny miserable pieces of a very veiny cut (allegedly A3 wagyu). Requested for rare doneness since I don't trust them, and true enough turned out med rare to medium. My friends asked for medium rare and theirs came out well done (= no pink parts at all). I really should just stick to my usual haunts for wagyu donburi and stop hoping to find new spots! Set includes sashimi salad, miso soup and choice of ice cream dessert. But don't order the beef, it was SO BAD. food bloggers are such LIARS 馃檮馃檮馃檮

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Having Lu Rou Fan here (or i should call it 鐒㈣倝椋?) as lunch as it is quite satisfying! The Lu Rou is marinated pretty well. Together with the sous vide egg on top and the sauce, the rice bowl is not dry and it鈥檚 pretty easy to finish a bowl! I wish the sauce could be sweeten a bit, i feel the sauce is a bit plain with only saltiness.

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The only dessert on the menu - creamy; red tea jelly made in house (aromatic but thought it could be even stronger) but I loved the texture. Can鈥檛 say the same for the pearls which were rather hard but it could be an off day. Pretty good ending to the meal with this overall.

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