Southern Taiwanese restaurant The Salted Plum has opened its second outlet in Suntec City.
The outlet features a spacious dining area with a street ambiance, a self-service system and new dishes exclusive to the venue. The brand, which serves tapas-style Taiwanese dishes, began as a pop-up called FiveTen before launching its first permanent location on Circular Road.
“The Salted Plum is the embodiment of how a great zi-char restaurant should be; home-style cooking that is full of comforting flavors, hearty, affordable, satisfying and above all, enjoyed with the people you love,” said founder and MD Shawn Kishore.
“We are excited at the opportunity to welcome larger groups of diners at our new outlet while maintaining our essence and commitment to serve quality food at a reasonable price. With the ongoing labor crunch in Singapore, our self-service system is one of the ways for us to pass on the savings to our customers and ensure that they do not need to break the bank for a wholesome meal in the city.”
The new 76-seat venue is described as “a pimped-up version of the flagship outlet”, offering diners the option of all-day Taiwanese dining experience on a budget. After placing orders at the cashier, guests are assigned order numbers for self-collection; made easy with single tray pick-ups – all dishes ordered will be placed onto a single tray.
The Salted Plum Suntec City is decked out with communal-style high-top tables, high ceilings and street-style decor against navy-blue walls featuring vivid illustrations of signature dishes; all aesthetically lighted to capture the mood of outdoor city dining. Countertop seats and small tables are designed for a quick bite while the restaurant’s larger tables can accommodate bigger parties.