Salt is a hawker stall at Old Airport Road Food Centre operated by a sister and brother team, 35-year-old Naomi and 27-year-old Kenny. They’ve recently opened their second outlet at Cross Street Exchange’s Central Food Court which launched on 1 September 2022.
Central Food Court is a contactless establishment with no physical contact with any of the food stalls, where customers are required to scan a QR code for their food orders at the ordering kiosks.
When their food is ready, their order number will be displayed on TV screens all over the food court. They will then proceed to the designated locker to pick up the food— easy peasy!
If you think it’s hard work running three concepts at the same time, the pair of siblings aren’t stopping anytime soon.
A fourth concept called MiKah will be launching real soon (probably just a while after this article is published)— these two really deserve a standing ovation. Respect!
Let me give you a sneak peek at what’s available at each of these concepts to satisfy your curiosity.
Let’s start off with their OG concept, Salt. Their fried chicken wings has 4 flavours in total. Soy Garlic and Korean Hot which are Korean-inspired, Salt & Pepper, and Thai Chilli Lime (all at S$6 for 4 pieces).
They also have other sides like Truffle Fries (S$6), Coleslaw (S$4) and Seaweed Rice (S$4).
If you’re someone who is a typical Asian and needs to have rice (like some of my friends), Salt also has Fried Rice w Chicken Cutlet (S$9) and Fried Rice w Sous Vide Grilled Chicken (S$9).
Moving on to Hebrews, this is a selection of herbal soups that have been double boiled for 36 hours.
Nourish your body and soul with their Imperial “Dang Gui” Chicken Collagen Soup (S$7.90) or Herbal Chicken Collagen Soup (S$8.50).
Living Waters will help quench your thirst after you are done with your delicious feast. They have beverages like Sourplum (S$2), Wolfberry Tea (S$2) and Cold Brew Coffee (S$2.50)— guaranteed to combat Singapore’s sweltering heat.
Lastly, Naomi and Kenny’s latest concept, MiKah, has a range of salads like Grilled Hummus Chicken Salad (S$9.90) and Grilled Thai Salmon Salad (S$10.90).
Patrons can also choose and customise their salad with one protein (chicken, salmon, etc) three toppings (caramelised onions, marinated mushrooms, potato salad, etc), one base (iceberg lettuce, quinoa (+S$1), Mediterranean couscous (+S$1), furikake rice (+S$1), etc), one sauce (italian dressing, thai dressing, etc) and one garnish (almond flakes, garlic chips, etc).
I love sharing good offers with you guys. Simply key in the promo code SALTXSETHLUI at the ordering kiosk, and you will get S$2 off with a min. spend of S$20 (exclusively for Sethlui.com readers).
If you’re working or hanging around the CBD and Chinatown district, show Naomi and Kenny some support and head over to Cross Street Exchange for lunch.
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