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Not rly worth it Food here is kinda overpriced n really oily maybe it’s the night we visited but pretty disappointed cos reviews seemed rather promising. All the food comes in $5/$10/$15 but tbh the stuff that looks good predominantly falls under the $15 section. Total bill was $73 for 2 ppl n it was Zichar so rly not worth imo
Victoria
1w
Burnt Chilli Chicken Rice Bowl ($10++) 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
Jonathan
9w
Lu Rou Fan 2.0: Electric Boogaloo The Salted Plum has become something of a cult hit within the grossly overpopulated Raffles Place/Boat Quay District. The (not necessarily 13) reasons why are easily evident, as their famous Lu Rou Fan 2.0 comes at $12 a bowl before the ten percent service charge kicks in, and adding on an appetizer and a bottomless house drink only extracts another $3.80 out of your wallet. It may not be cheap, but it’s certainly good. A sizable slab of pork belly that’s been slowly braised in a thick, savory sauce gets comfy atop a bed of freshly steamed Japanese rice alongside its bedfellows, which consists of some boiled bok choy and a runny half boiled egg. The whole hunk of pork belly is a definite upgrade from the humble slices of pork belly usually found on an un-pimped lu rou fan. The sauce was heartily herbaceous and sufficiently savory. Said sauce permeated deeply into the tremendously tender belly, which really only needed a spot of firm persuasion from a soup spoon and a pair of chopsticks to part like the Red Sea. The Salted Plum were being kind of miserly with the sauce, as there wasn’t nearly enough of it to properly flavor and lubricate the fluffy rice and bland bok choy. A little more sauce would’ve resulted in much more magic happening within the confines of the bowl, and that’s one thing that The Salted Plum should definitely improve upon. In fact, it’s probably the only thing that needs improvement with this pimped up sequel to the lu rou fan.
Russell
11w
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Lobster Penne Pasta A weekly main for the restaurant's Executive Set Lunch... Honest opinion is damn worth the price of $29.90 (gst not included yet) It comes with a free flow of salad bar items, soup and bread, 3 choices of mains (I chose the Lobster Penne Pasta) and for the finale with a choice of any tea or coffee (cold/hot) If you are working at CBD, definitely is worth the visit...
Karolyn
8w
Oakwood Premier OUE Singapore in-house restaurant, SE7ENTH Launched a refreshed dining menu for lunch and dinner, Price starts from $24++ for mains and from $8++ for sharing dishes. Feature my favourite dish : Vongole Pasta Pasta cooked with Garlic, Chili and White Wine and served with clams and scallops. Pasta texture is al dente, neither crunchy nor too soft. Perfect for me 😋.. 💰$26 +$8 for add-on: Scallops. 📍 SE7ENTH. Oakwood Premier OUE Singapore. 6 Shenton Way OUE Downtown 1, #07-01.
Cecil
10w
Australian Wagyu Striploin Steak ($68). You know how crazy the lunchtime crowd at CBD can get, but you probably didn't know that there's this quaint restaurant located in the midst of all the mayhem, along Shenton Way on the 7th floor of Oakwood Premier OUE Singapore. 🔸 The lunch set menu starts from around $30, but I must also recommend this juicy steak with a crisp herby crust. This well-marbled wagyu from Queensland was seasoned with pink Himalayan salt and herbs and seared till the meat is juicy, succulent and tender. To complete the meal, it was served with grilled asparagus, portobello mushrooms and cheesy polenta. 🔸 Besides this, they serve good Crispy Chicken Wings with Truffle Maple Drizzle ($12), and some newly launched dishes such as Vegetable Fritters ($8); St. Louis-Style Barbecue Pork Ribs ($36); Pan-Seared Salmon ($34); and Vongole Pasta ($26). 🔸 [Tasting] #oakwoodpremier #foodphotography #fujixh1 #exploresingapore #burpple #singaporeinsiders #eatoutsg #foodiegram #sgfood #foodsg #instasg #foodstagram #instafood #instafood_sg #hungrygowhere #cafesg #foodgasm #sgfoodblogger #vscofood #sgig #cafehoppingsg #stfoodtrending #flatlay #sgdinner #dinnersg #appetizer #cbdeats #burpproved #wagyusteak #burpplesg
Justin
11w
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I had better on other days Ordered the Casarecce with Truffle Pesto and Porcini Mushroom and Wagyu Beef Cheek with Roast Peppers. I've always like chewier pasta but the one served today was abit too hard even for me. I says today cause the previous time I came the pasta was always perrrrfectttt. The sauce was abit thick but good. The beef was practically melting in my mouth with the sauce tasting like the chinese dan gui herbs. But that's it. Had couple of Paulaner Lager as well. Full and Satisfying. Paid $68.30 in all with a burpple one for one for the mains.
Diana
40m
Wagyu Beef Cheeks ($14++ after BB) Popped by on a Friday evening, and was really happy to see a live band playing some tunes. As per the reviews on Burpple, I ordered the hot favourite - the Wagyu Beef Cheeks for my main. The portion is humongous, this particular cow must have some huge cheeks (I wonder which ones in particular) for they were certainly sizable and very very filling. And as advertised, the meat was indeed very tender and parts easily under the knife. However, there was a strong gaminess that accompanied the meat, and that may deter those who isn’t a fan of such a flavour. I, for one, was overpowered by the umami flavour and the sauce was pretty salty as well. To quell that, id suggest pairing it with the mash and roasted peppers at the side. Taste: 7 Value: 8 Portioning: 9 Music vibes: 9 Overall: 7
Leonardo
30s
[SONS] - Enjoy 20% off total food bill from 9 October to 15 October. All you need to do is follow @sgfoodonfoot and @SONS.singapore and flash this post. . *Note - valid for lunch and dinner, Mondays to Saturdays, dine-in only. - Not valid on Eve and Public holidays, special occasions or with any other promotions or discounts. - Only one redemption per follower, per bill. No splitting of bill allowed. . SONS makes its own sausages. 3-Meat Sausage, Broccoletti & Mustard Sauce ($29) is a new main that features its housemade sausage packed with pork, beef and lamb, seasoned with herbs and pepper. Served sizzling hot, what first hit us was the mouthwatering, intense aroma of freshly grated parmesan cheese wafting from the hot pan. I like the way this dish is being executed, which stands out from a regular sausage recipe. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/09/sons-china-square-central-new-menu.html . SONS China Square Central 20 Cross Street #01-19 Singapore 048422 Nearest MRT: Chinatown (DT Line, NE Line), Telok Ayer (DT Line) Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 1130am - 1pm Sat: 6pm - 2am (Closed on Sun)
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[📍 Porta - Revisit] Made a revisit to Porta for their 3course meal again. Ordered: Appetisers 1. Spanish octopus❤ -The octopus was perfectly cooked - Chewy yet tender. This was my mum's favourite dish of the day and she even commented that it was the best cooked octopus she had ever eaten. Yeaps so highly recommend this dish!! The baby potatoes (patatas bravas) that comes along was also very delicious. The exterior was crispy while the interior was creamy like mash potato. 2. Prawn and avocado - The guacamole was very well-seasoned and complemented well with the corn chips. It didnt feel overly jelat or clogging. I really love the romesco sauce as it brings an additional spice flavour to the whole dish. Mains 1. Iberico pork chop - Read a lot of reviews about how amazing this pork chop is. To be honest, it was good and tender but not mindblowing or impressively fantastic. The creamy tangy mash sauce can be a little too clogging after some time. Had better and more well-marinated pork chop elsewhere before but i must say that i am glad that the meat is tender and had good fat-to-meat ratio. 2. Pan-seared salmon with pumpkin sauce - The salmon was a little too dry and overcooked. Probably might be due to the fact that i ordered well done. Could probably have the doness to be medium so that it will be more moist and tender. I was impressed by the pumpkin sauce and felt that it really complemented well with the salmon. Love the subtle natural sweetness of the pumpkin puree. Desserts 1. Deconstructed black forest - The chocolate lava cake was on the sweeter side despite being dark chocolate. Was really impressed by the maraschino cherry's subtle acohol taste😊 2. Deconstructed tiramisu❤ - Ordered this dessert again because i really love their choco/coffee cake (perfect level of sweetness) as it was aromatic and had subtle gao bitter undertone. Really complemented well with the icecream and coffee jelly. Worth it: 3.5/5 (Good ambience, quality as well as service. Plus the food was really above average... with the burpple beyond 1 for 1 it will BE 100% worth it) Taste: 4/5 (Hits and misses but the standard is really above average) Overall: 8/10 #burpple #portasg
Jie Yin
2w
Great appetisers! (Octupus and salmon) Enjoyed a 3 course meal at half the price with Burpple Beyond. We were particularly impressed with the appetisers (the octupus and the salmon). As for mains, the rib eye steak was great and nicely cooked. The pork was flavourful but too tough. The desserts were too overwhelming in our opinion (tiramisu went a tad too hard on the coffee, key lime meringue was a bit too sour). That said, it was good that we had a nice mix of flavours. Service was also excellent! Worth a try with Burpple Beyond.
melfredo
2w
Exceed Expectation Service and food are both amazing. The one for one deal is such a steal for such fine food. My husband and i both ordered the squid as appetizer having seen the many ravings about it. It was as many claimed here. Really good!! I ordered the prawns pasta and my husband had the pork. He wolved it down super fast proving how much he liked it. The blackforest cake is a must order! Apple tart was fine. We prefer the black forest cake.
Reg
3w
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For 1-for-1 Buffet (~save $60) Meat lovers, jot this one down! This meat-centric Buffet (from $42) housed in Park Hotel Alexandra serves up superb roasts in a comfy setting. While there isn't a wide variety, the salt-grilled Ana Paula Black Angus Ribeye and the succulent Spit-Roasted Chicken with Truffle are sure to satisfy. Also good is the Seafood Medley, comprising fresh prawns and squid in a tasty broth. Photo by Burppler SG Food On Foot
Burpple
4w
Beef (Dry-Aged, Slow Roasted) Finally had some time for a longer lunch, and decided to head to The Carvery to try the meat buffet. The beef and lamb was fabulous! They even had different types of sea salt that would go with the meats - charcoal, red lava sea salt, mixed spices sea salt. Personally, I liked the mixed spices sea salt the best - it went very well with the beef and gave it more texture and flavour. The service staff were prompt and alert to ensure my water was topped up; they took the time to speak with me - asking if I’ve tried their carving station and even explained how that they dry-aged their beef for approximately 2 weeks before they slow roast it, then roast it in their charcoal oven. In addition, they had 2 types of goat cheeses, which is rare for any restaurants or buffets. It may not be everyone’s top choice but I loved it So thumbs up on this! Their pork knuckle is usually for dinners; and on weekends, they would have 2 different types of beef available. This probably explains the difference in the buffet price. A buffet for the meat lovers!
Louisa
4w
They were not kidding when they said that their rotasserie chicken is their specialty. The meat was really tender and juicy, and didn't need any sauce to go with it. Rather than the variety, their quantity do shine for certain dishes such as their wood fire pizzas and bread pudding. Worth it if you get the 1 for 1 @chopesg voucher for about $50!
Jason
8w
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