Salt (Old Airport Road Food Centre)

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Our handcrafted crispy wings glazed with our special home-made sauces will leave everyone craving for more. #notyourusualhawkerfare

51 Old Airport Road
#01-128 Old Airport Road Food Centre
Singapore 390051

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12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 09:00pm


12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 09:00pm

05:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 09:00pm

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I’m quite picky about my fried food intake but every calorie counts in this dish 👏🏻 the chicken skin is crispy, seasoning is flavourful and light and the fried rice goes perfectly with it. I don’t indulge in this often but whenever I do I 100% do not regret it

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@salt.oldairport has only gone and done it again. The first time around, they opened up a herbal soup stall that was a sleeper hit, and this time, they’ve gone with everyone’s favourite fried Indian carbohydrate: roti prata. Yup, not sure why they called their stall dedicated to deep fried dough Light, but it is what it is.⠀
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Besides plain ol’ prata, they’ve got a little fusion shenanigan going on in the form of their Signature Wrap-tas. As one may have already anticipated, they treat a piece of prata as a pita and load it with toppings. At a respectable five dollars flat, I bagged myself their chicken cutlet Wrap-ta. The prata is probably frozen packaged stuff, so not much to comment on there besides Light deftly managing to mercifully moderate the grease levels.⠀
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The chicken cutlet is the undisputed leading lady here, and those who’ve had the pleasure of eating Salt’s acclaimed chicken cutlets will know why. An ethereally light yet considerably crunchy batter is levitating around the juicy, splendidly salty chicken fillet. Each bite earns you a compelling crunch that elicits a scandalous serving of pleasure, just before the soft, savoury moistness of the chicken satiates your carnivorous inclinations. And of course, artificial nacho cheese sauce is there to seal the delicious deal with it’s salty, processed goodness.⠀
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Light’s chicken curry is satisfactorily serviceable, but it only comes with every order of regular prata. So, what do we do? Well it’s simple, we order a piece of regular prata and a wrap-ta. Then, we head over to Ren Min for a pint of beer or five. The wrap-ta is perfect drunk food, and I’ll be damned if I don’t have a beer on hand while scarfing down this greasy, fried fabulousness. And that, ladies & gents, is a wrap.


Also known as wood ear fungus, this is considered a healthy food. It helps to lower cholesterol, blood pressure and improves circulation.

This black fungus salad with cucumber is quite appetising and refreshing. It is served chilled and perfect as an appetiser or side dish. I love chewing on it for its clean and crunchy texture 》$3

As recommended by the stall owner, I got myself the herbal chicken soup which helps to

• Improve Blood Deficiency
• Improve Energy and Shortness of Breath
• Improve Lung and Spleen Immune Function
• Dispel Cold and Warms in the Body

It came with a drumstick and goji berries. The soup was light and the taste of herbs was not too strong. I ordered this as an add-on to our meal. Alternatively, you can order a bowl of rice to pair it with their soup and complete your meal 》$6

We went there with the intention to get their sous vide grilled chicken with garlic fried rice but they were already sold out. Feeling slightly disappointed, the owner suddenly asked if we wanted to try their chicken cutlet instead and we decided to go for it.

The soy garlic sauce was fragrant with a nice sweet-salty flavour within and the chicken cutlet was fried till golden brown with a crackling crispy skin on the outside and retaining its succulent and juicy meat on the inside. It was simply flavourful and savoury. The garlic fried rice was lightly seasoned with eggs and long beans for the extra crunch.

I felt the portion was too big for 1 pax hence we ordered one portion to share and got their herbal chicken soup as add-on. I see myself coming back when I'm craving a comforting western fusion meal 》$8

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The cutlet was quite insane. It's large, thick, juicy, crispy and the sweet marinade can floor eaters. For something so ubiquitous, I dare say this stall can survive based on that alone. I wish the rice was better, but it's quite forgettable.