The Salted Plum (Suntec City)

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~$20/pax
As the reincarnation of the popular Taiwanese Zi Char Five Ten, The Salted Plum launched in March 2018 with a new menu that retains old signatures, and surprises with intriguing flavours. Never intending to replicate Taiwanese classics, The Salted Plum instead celebrates Taiwanese flavours, ingredients, and techniques while catering to the Singapore palate.

3 Temasek Boulevard
#B1-122A Suntec City (West Wing)
Singapore 038983

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Saturday:
11:30am - 09:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 09:00pm

Monday:
08:30am - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
08:30am - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
08:30am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
08:30am - 09:00pm

Friday:
08:30am - 09:00pm

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Reviews

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Rainy days call for some belly-comforting food and @thesaltedplumsg is where you should exactly go to. Other than their highly popular Taiwanese zi char dishes paired with sweet potato congee, why not try their rice bowl series (available from 11.30am-8.30pm) too? There’s always something for everyone.

Personally, the pork chop bowl is a slightly underrated option. Not extremely fantastic, but the sliced crispy fried pork chop was marinated well, as if there was a fermented bean curd taste and some five spice powder. Nice balance between fat and meat, although the meat was a little tough. Served with pickles, sous-vide egg on rice.

A hot favourite, the Lu Rou Fan 2.0, consists of a glorious slab of Braised Pork Belly in Haus Sauce 2.0. Slightly fatty, but incredibly tender slathered in a rich sauce full of spices. Served with bok choy, sous-vide egg on rice.

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We used Burpple beyond (1 for 1 $10 dish) and ordered Burnt Chilli Chicken 2.0 and Oyster Mushrooms & Smashed Potatoes! In addition, we ordered bok choy ($5).

First time at the new suntec outlet and they definitely did not disappoint! It was also really interesting bc we happened to be there while food king was filming! Lucky us!

I’ve tasted the burnt chilli chicken before at the circular road outlet and it tasted a lil diff this time, which prolly explains why there’s a 2.0. still delicious, nonetheless! But good to get some drinks because it can be quite spicy for some ppl!

For me, the star of the day was the oyster mushrooms! It was my first time trying this dish and i was pleasantly surprised! T’was crispy and light. Yum!

Would definitely be back to try the other dishes! :)

Of course, that's the shop name. It's gonna be good right? The drink is very plum taste and sour just as you expect it to be. I like it personally

But the counter did not tell us free flow drinks if dine in at the same price of $3.00 and comes with 1 Haus Side

This take away is $3.00, the staff knew I'm dining in but I was not informed. He just stand behind counter playing his phone till next customer comes

This dish comes with 2 slices of century eggs, they a fried the same way as the oyster mushroom. Cripsy outside and sofe inside, but lost the unique taste of the century egg.

Cold tofu goes well with the Haus Soy. Do take note the Haus Soy is very salty... Do not attempt to eat the tofu with a spoon full of the Soy you will regret it... The tofu does absorb the soy itself and that's great enough..

This dish is fried to crispy, the texture was pretty good but you would taste the plum powder... If you like mushroom you will like it still have the strong mushroom taste.

Smash potatoes? You see small baby potatoes which are fried in whole with a small opening that's where it got smashed.. Crispy potato texture, goes well with their chilli sauce with lime.

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This come with all different kind of meat they have. I ordered the up sized version $24

Lu Ruo 2.0 - the pork was so soft that it break and melt even without using your teeth
Burnt chilli chicken - abit of char taste meat was tender quite a big chuck
Pork Chop - is like the roasted pork kind, the skin was super cripsy with a little char taste too.

Overall, the upsized is worth it due to the portion of meat is alot for 2 person for sharing. The sauce itself is towards the more salty side.

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