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Salted & Hung named best new restaurant in Singapore

Salted & Hung named best new restaurant in Singapore

March 28, 2017

SINGAPORE, March 28 — Contemporary Australian restaurant Salted & Hung has been winning accolades ever since it opened last year. Now, the Purvis Street eatery, known for its focus on grilling and curing meats, can add another feather to its cap. It took the World Gourmet Summit’s (WGS) Best New Restaurant award at the annual event’s awards for excellence ceremony yesterday. The restaurant began life in 2015 in Vagabond Hotel in Syed Alwi Road before moving to Purvis... Read more

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