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The Salted Plum - Circular Road

The Salted Plum is the latest concept brought by the folks behind now-defunct Five Ten at North Bridge Road, serving up Taiwanese-inspired fare.

Taking over the former spot of now-defunct Bakbak, The Salted Plum is the successor to Five Ten — the concept of Five Ten still stays true and alive despite the change of branding; The Salted Plum serves up lunch bowls at $10 while the all-day dining menu features small plates in four different price tiers — $5, $10, $15 and $25, with most of the dishes falling under the former two tiers.

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Food Review: Upin Hot Pot at The Central, Clarke Quay | The Poorer Cousin of Hai Di Lao?

The Place I rarely go to The Central for meals as I feel that there is a lack of good restaurants in the mall despite its prime location. 373 more words


61 Hours in Singapore

After seven years, I had a chance to go back to Singapore, the first country I’ve ever set my foot on aside from my beloved Philippines. 901 more words

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Amo Restaurant, Hong Kong Street: Excellent Pizzas and Sharing Plates, Best for After-Work and Adult Gatherings

Across from Clarke Quay Central, Amo Restaurant at Hong Kong Street is opened by restaurateur-chef Beppe De Vito of the ilLido Group which houses other… 837 more words

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Clarke Quay, Singapore

Clarke Quay seems like it would be a vibrant place to be at night. We went in the midday laziness, so there wasn’t much happening except for lunch deals on the waterfront. 95 more words