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The Salted Plum (Circular Road)

2117 Wishlisted
~$20/pax
As the reincarnation of popular Taiwanese tze char Five Ten, The Salted Plum launched in March 2018 with a new menu that retains old signatures, and surprises with intriguing flavours. This delightful addition to the local food scene is founded and owned by industry veteran Shawn Kishore.

10 Circular Road
Singapore 049366

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Friday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

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From the Burpple community

Besides the Bento Sets, I added on three items from the a la carte menu ($10 each) for my family to share.
The “Burnt Chilli Chicken” was easily my fave. Charred in a pan with Szechuan peppers and Chinese chives, the pieces of thigh meat were mouthwateringly good.
In second place, the “Crunchy Fried Oyster Mushrooms and Smashed Baby Potatoes”. This was dangerously addictive, due in part to the coating of piquant plum powder.
The “Braised Cabbage with Bamboo Shoots and Minced Pork” was decent but I‘d have preferred the bamboo shoots a little less hard.

For deliveries, The Salted Plum charges a flat $10 is charged for a minimum spend of $30. Orders above $60 are delivered free. As food is prepared fresh and requires time for delivery, customers are encouraged to place their orders at least 2 hours before mealtime via call or WhatsApp at:

𝟲𝟳𝟮𝟭 𝟵𝟯𝟵𝟴

P.S. Do quote “5566" to get $5 OFF your order.

T R E A T
With the extension of the “Circuit Breaker” till 1st June 2020, it looks like we aren’t able to travel anywhere for a bit longer. However, our tastebuds can still go places. Like to Taiwan for instance, thanks to @thesaltedplumsg’s Takeaway/Delivery Menu of Taiwanese delights.

My family and I got to try their Bento Sets recently, and we found the food appetising as well as great value for money because of the generous portions.

Unlike the classic “Lu Rou Fan” or #卤肉饭 where the pork belly is minced or cut into very small pieces, their Bento Set serves it in a large slab, albeit a very tender one as it’s been braised for hours with a mix of spices. This also means both the meat and sauce are fragrant and tasty.
If you are a fan of fried food, you won’t be disappointed if you zero in on their Fried Chicken Bento Set ($11.90). The batter used to coat the boneless chicken is well-seasoned, which makes all the difference in my opinion.

Besides the above, The Salted Plum also does Taiwanese Style “Zi Char” dishes such as “Mei Cai” (preserved mustard greens) simmered in a house-made soy mixture with pork belly and shiitake mushroom. They’ve even designed a “Family Set” with “Red Tea Jelly” dessert and drinks ($68) as a convenient and complete meal for a few people.

For deliveries, a flat $10 is charged for a minimum spend of $30. Orders above $60 are delivered free. As food is prepared fresh and requires time for delivery, customers are encouraged to place their orders at least 2 hours before mealtime via call or WhatsApp at:

𝟲𝟳𝟮𝟭 𝟵𝟯𝟵𝟴

P.S. Do quote “5566" to get $5 OFF your order.

Hands down one of the best Braised Pork Belly I’ve had. A must order when you’re here.

I have no patience for Jay Fai (I’m sorry!!!), so meanwhile I’ll settle for The Salted Plum’s crab omelette 😛 For what it’s worth, this is a really good crab omelette. I mean there’s tons — like seriously a lot — of fresh, juicy, and sweet crab meat in there, and real big lumps too (not those mushy ass canned ones). And that’s really the most important ingredient eh? Yes omelette was nice, but damn the amount of crab in there sealed the deal for me.

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Nice but not worth the 20-30 mins wait just for food. Asked for an empty bowl also took them more than 10 mins.

How good could it be? I’ll set the record straight today: this dish is pretty damn fkin good. You’ve got tender chunks of chicken thigh boasting blackened charred bits (that are so addictive btw), just lightly seasoned, but oof packing such a punch you’d be sporting a leaking nose in no time. I was super impressed with huge kick of chilli here, especially with how it ain’t a flat kinda spicy, but a more nuanced one layered with the smoky charred bits and different aromatic veggies used. The portion’s really generous as well yknow, if you need another reason to order this other than it’s bloody delicious.

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