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Salt Tapas and Bar Revisited @ Raffles City

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Having been a customer of Salt Tapas and Bar for so long, I didn't know they offer $19 set lunches, this include a mains and coffee or tea with discounted prices for the dessert and sides.
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We were offered crackers and a salsa as an amuse bouche, pretty appetizing stuff.


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Westholme wagyu brisket burger, aged cheddar, pickled beetroot, horseradish aioli, parmesan, truffle fries


I hardly get sold on wagyu for beef brisket, this charred slab was smokey, chewy and bore no trace of its wagyu origins. That said, it made a tasty burger and truffle fries that could do with a more generous dash of trufle oil.
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Pork Ribs, miso, honey-soy glaze, apple and wasabi slaw, pickled cucumber


The ribs were on the sweet side which is a rib pet peeve for me and I dived in straight for the refreshing slaw and pickled cucumber.
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Roasted barramundi, mussels, caper berries, fregula in 'crazy water'


Seared to a perfect crisp and soaked in a robust seafood broth and silky pasta grains, I declared it instantly to be the best dish amongst the three we had.



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Grilled pita, hummus ($3)


The hummus was on point and so was the grilled pita slices, hardly does hummus disappoint actually, I liked the extra sprinkle of paprika.


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Churros ($8)
Dark chocolate sauce, rose water jam, cream


These were too crispy for my liking. I'm beginning to think churros are not quite up my thing.
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Pavlova, jasmine and coconut sorbet, rose water cream, pistachios, berries ($12)


With so much going on, this deconstructed pavlova was essentially cream, fruits and meringue kisses.


For the value and ambience, I am definitely not complaining. Things have certainly changed heaps since I last step foot. More set lunches, hopefully!


Salt Tapas and Bar
Raffles City

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