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I had their home made ravioli (ravioli con carne di manzo al gorgonzola - ravioli filled with minced meat, served with light Gorgonzola cheese sauce). The soft dough wrapped a savoury tomato sauce with meat fillings, and the dishes was topped with a smooth fragrant cream sauce. I enjoyed the perfect blend of tomato and cheese, and the texture of the pasta was really enjoyable :) this photo doesn’t do it justice. My fiancé got the stracci ai gamberi e capesante - stracci with scallops, seafood in a saffron cream sauce. For cheese lovers definitely - thin sliced pasta was so delicate and enjoyable! We used the Burpple lunch set, so you can pick any pasta under $28 and pair it with a drink and soup. The coffee was delicious, the service impeccable and the lobster bisque was a great starter. I felt satisfied after the meal! I’ve heard that this place was great pasta and it definitely lived up to expectations :)

Surprisingly large portion of braised tofu skin at $3. The tofu skin was chewy but unfortunately, the braised sauce didn’t feel infused into it. Overall still a nice appetizer to pair with other mains!

To chase away the Monday blues, time to pamper yourself with some yummy Taiwanese cuisine from The Salted Plum. The Salted Plum has recently launched its second outlet @sunteccity west wing basement one with a more spacious dining area (76 seats). Featuring a few of my favourite dishes from The Salted Plum:
🍽 Lu Rou 2.0 ($15)
🍽 Cold Tofu ($10) - Haus Soy, Century egg, & Fried Shallots
🍽 Burnt Chilli Chicken ($10)
🍽 Sweet Potato Congee ($3)
🍽 Taiwanese Sausage Patties ($10)
🍽 Red Tea Jelly ($5)

Lu Rou 2.0 is definitely a must order when you visit the store, and personally as I have ordered the braised pork belly during my visit at the Circular Road outlet about a year ago (5 Aug 18 post), I like the upgraded version of lu rou especially with the light dang gui taste and the succulent meat which has a great ratio of meat:fats.
The cold tofu may sound like a simple dish, yet it is addictive. The sweet potato congee is actually good by itself as the chef have added dashi stock and fried shallots to enhance its taste.
The Red Tea Jelly with a generous portion of brown sugar boba is definitely a dessert to sum a sweet ending to a delicious taiwanese meal. The dessert is good for sharing as the portion is relatively huge so do remember to leave some stomach space for dessert.

The Salted Plum is definitely somewhere ideal for gathering with friends/ family to enjoy a hearty and comfort meal especially when you misses Taiwanese style food!
Thank you @sixthsensepr for the invite & warm hosting, @thesaltedplumsg for the yummy spread of food!

A very wholesome plate - with a big piece of salmon fillet, baked potatoes, steamed broccoli & cherry tomatoes.

Would recommend this if you’re looking for something healthy!

A very wholesome plate - with a big piece of salmon fillet, baked potatoes, steamed broccoli & cherry tomatoes.

Would recommend this if you’re looking for something healthy!

Overpriced Mee Pok but good to try as an unintended fusion of east and west where a mee pok transforms to become something like a pasta while falling short of making the complete transition and hence landing itself in the middle.

Fuyong turned out to be a better decision with pork that melts in the mouth, complimented by the omelette and rice.

Their A5 Kagoshima Wagyu Fried Rice is amazing with that pretty and perfect beef marbling that melts gracefully in your mouth against the fragrant fried rice with a nice eggy and wok hei touch. Similarly, their signature Cha Shu was well caramelised and tender with lingering sweet savory aftertaste.