About The Salted Plum

Singapore’s The Salted Plum serves Asian cuisine that’s on a whole new level of flavour. This restaurant specialises in Chinese and Taiwanese dishes that showcase traditional flavours made with modern techniques. The menu is packed with options like Hoisin-glazed pork ribs and fried chicken with nori mayonnaise, and you’ll also find great lunch bowls that are served at an affordable price. The Salted Plum is located on Boat Quay’s Circular Road in close proximity to Raffles Place, Clarke Quay and the Downtown Core. This is one stylish Asian restaurant you’re going to be raving about.

Opening Times

Closed now
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm


The Salted Plum
10 Circular Road
Singapore 049366

Menu Highlights



Lu Rou Fan

Braised pork belly, kai lan, sous-vide egg, rice

Steak Rice

Sirloin steak, pickle cabbage, sous-vide egg, rice

Fried Chicken Rice

Soy-marinated fried chicken, cucumber & carrot achar, sous-vide egg, rice

Seared Salmon Bowl

Pan-seared salmon, nori mayonnaise, togarashi, achar, sous-vide egg, rice


Slipper Lobster

Five-spice slipper lobster

Live Boston Lobster

Steamed Boston lobster with soy and sesame dressing. Dinner item only, limited portions available

À la carte

Haus Bacon

House cured Taiwanese thick-cut bacon, raw garlic, calamansi

Chicken Hearts | Fried Ginger

Soy glazed chicken hearts, fried ginger

Tau Kwa | Century Egg

Deep fried tau kwa, century egg, haus saus

Bamboo Shoots | Pork Broth

Bamboo shoots braised in pork broth


Red Tea Jelly | Pearls | Cream

Red tea jelly, tapioca pearls, cream

Main Menu



More about The Salted Plum, Singapore

The Salted Plum in Singapore’s Boat Quay is a must-visit for Asian-food fans looking for something a little different. Located right in the heart of the city, this Circular Road restaurant is popular among workers on their lunch break who come in for the famous lunch bowls. Favourites include the pork chop bowl, the burnt chilli chicken rice and the famous lu rou fan, braised pork belly served with kai lan, a sous-vide egg and rice.

The Salted Plum has something to suit just about anyone’s taste buds. The seafood here is as fresh as it gets – you can even order a live boston lobster if that’s what you’re into – and you’ll even find options like braised pig intestines, oyster steamed eggs, and soy-glazed chicken hearts with fried ginger. And who doesn’t like a good steak? The Salted Plum also offers a delicious seared sirloin steak that’s as good as at any regular steakhouse. Finish up with the red tea jelly with tapioca pearls for a sweet end to an extraordinary meal at this Boat Quay hotspot.

26 The Salted Plum Reviews

26 Reviews
Value for money:Good value
Waiting time:Exceptionally good
Noise levels:Pleasant
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Siang Yang T.3 days ago · 6 reviews

Good food, great service. Happy to be there. Can see that they genuinely want to give customers a good experience throughout the meal. Keep it up!

Bobby T.24 days ago · 1 review

Excellent food with an even more excellent service! We were there for a surprise gathering and the people at Salted Plum were very professional. All the food received rave reviews too!

Sharon N.a month ago · 1 review

Food is rightly portion, everything on the menu is tasty as we ordered almost everything on the menu.. staff are very friendly and accommodating ... a great place for delicious food and gatherings

Jason L.a month ago · 1 review

Food was good but the sweet potato fries we got could be better if given more plum sauce. Would appreciate if they provide the sauce at the side.

Alicia T.2 months ago · 1 review

We thoroughly enjoyed the dishes at The Salted Plum. Especially the Haus Bacon - a fatty charsiew with lovely texture, Burnt Chilli Chicken - spicy and juicy, Lu Rou - texture of the pork belly could be a tad softer but the sauce was delicious, Chicken Hearts - fried ginger was a nice touch and the hearts were tender. Would definitely return to try the Hamachi Collar, our neighbouring table ordered that and it looked amazing. The tables are small and it can be quite noisy in the restaurant but it contributes to the cozy vibe.

Bryan L.2 months ago · 5 reviews

Heard a lot about The Salted Plum (and FIVE TEN previously), finally got the chance to try it! There’s a good variety of dishes, and everything we ordered was delicious. Five dishes was just about right for two people (we ordered 2 × $5 plus 3 × $10 dishes).

De Ming W.3 months ago · 5 reviews

Pros: The meat stuff are all tasty and we enjoyed it. The service is prompt and friendly. I personally like their choice of mando-pop too, kinda nostalgia Cons: The servicing size is really small, roughly 2x what you will get from ordering from a economic rice stall. Kinda pricey if you considered that. The veg dish is quite salty and underwhelming.

Cheryl C.a month ago · 2 reviews

Food was really good. Ambience was really friendly and great! A very friends friendly place to get together to eat and the food were serve pretty fast! The portion of the food can be a little bigger but other than that its amazing :)

Mei Yan T.2 months ago · 2 reviews

Simple looking but great tasting food at affordable prices. Prawns are fresh too, worth a try. Wait staff are attentive. The only downside is that the rice portion is about half the normal serving. Overall, a place worth visiting!

Linus H.2 months ago · 4 reviews

Very friendly staff. Service was prompt and good. Great and pocket friendly food! The pig intestine was very soft and tasty. Shiny rice was free flow. Awesome. Will patronise them again!