Monday to Saturday
11:30-14:30 / 18:00-21:30
Close on Sunday
About The Salted Plum
As the reincarnation of the popular Taiwanese tze char Five Ten, The Salted Plum launches in March 2018 with a new menu that retains old signatures, and surprises with intriguing flavours. Prices remain at either $5 or $10 only.
Food portions were small. Especially for the $15 squid
Service was on point with waitress giving recommendations and offering to take a photo for us. Food was served relatively fast despite the peak. Flavourful and hearty food!
Food is great and reasonably priced. Would definitely come back again.
Most of the things we ordered were delicious and perfectly cooked (one exception: the salted egg yolk mini prawns were just OK). And we appreciate the free free-flow plain rice. However, prices have gone up (most items are $10 each) and now even water is chargeable. Quality and value for most things are pretty good, though, so worth going to if you are keen to eat tapas-style.
Amy was a great host
Food and service are really awesome. Poor air-conditioning with scotching spotlight beaming at us. We can see everyone sweating while dining.
overall is good. the service could be improved. marketing wise could be improved in terms of promotion etc.
Portion sizing was too small and given a party of 6, would appreciate proper tables and chairs instead of high stools. Soup was served lukewarm instead of piping hot. Additionally, there were only one soup on the menu. Given the price, everything else was too miniature and not too value for money.
Friendly staff and the authentic food is good overall!
Great food, great value, good service. I love the variety, tapas concept, which is the way to go for me. What's not to like? :-)
love this place
Good service and excellent food
Everything was great. However, I received a call to confirm my reservation and was told that we will not be seated until my whole party gets there. Whatever good reasons you may have to convey this rule to potential customers, I find it quite off-putting and was contemplating cancelling my reservation. My 2 cents worth.
Good dining experience. Space is small and cramped though.
The food was absolutely wonderful, we ordered almost all the mains in the menu and amazingly none came in disappointment. Highly recommend as is quite value for money.
Food is not too bad but honestly that vegetable chips...... is very disappointing lol. I can’t taste any form of “plum” in the seasonings. Also, the fried rice is pretty horrible for a dinner “exclusive”. Will maybe come back with more friends next time but definitely not when less then 2pax. Atmosphere wise, understand you guys may have a lot of patrons but I can feel that you were trying to chase us off ASAP. Not somewhere I wanna chill & hangout for the price I pay.
Did not managed to try the Lu Rou Rice as it only serves during lunch. Need to book otherwise got to queue.
There was a super heavy downpour on the evening we went. The kind where even having an umbrella may drench you. Restaurant called a bit after 5pm to confirm whether we would come at 6pm. I reaffirmed it, and the caller said, "we only hold the table for 5 mins, and will only seat you when everyone is present." Generally, most eateries, even the high-classor busy ones, will hold a table for 10 or 15 mins if they allow reservations to be made. Also, with such a heavy downpour, does the restaurant really think no one will be late at all, given traffic conditions? We all arrived before 6pm or on time, and they really sat us only when our whole party arrived. However, throughout all this, the restaurant actually didn't start filling up on the 1st floor till past 7pm, a whole hour after our reservation. And the 2nd floor still had seats. Although I understand an establishment has to set rules so that people will be considerate of other guests, but I think showing some flexibility will go a long way. Given that it's raining heavily, the automatic response of "we only hold for 5 mins" need not be over-emphasized. Also, with such rain, people arrived later for dinner. If the restaurant is empty, perhaps a party can be let in, even if 1 party of the group hasn't arrived. Basically, flexibility based on situation, can be considered. The Taiwanese are renowned for their hospitality. It was quite a surprise to experience this at The Salted Plum. Almost all the dishes we ordered, whether it was indicated as burnt or not, came rather burnt (really chow tah burnt). Not sure if it was supposed to be so, or whether because we were the first table so the fire hasn't been evenly controlled yet. At SGD 10+ per dish (the SGD 5 dishes are more like appetizers), it can be considered expensive for the portion received and considering it's like 小菜 type of dishes. Budget at least SGD 20 per head to eat here for dinner. Out of 3 persons, only 1 person may come back to patronize this place.
Food was great, especially the burnt chilli chicken. I will come by again in the near future to try again.
Good food, but portion for price kinda small