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The taste of The Caribbean and Latin American. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
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Signature Dishes
Meat Platter
Review (2)
South American cuisine has been growing in prominence in Singapore lately. Among the standouts of South American cuisine is Sea Salt Caribbean Deli, a small kiosk located in PasarBella - The Farmer's Market @ The Grandstand. Founded in August 2013, Sea Salt Caribbean Deli brings flavours from the Dominican Republic and Caribbean isles.Sea Salt Caribbean Deli is primarily a takeaway stall, although they have a small, dedicated seating area, which is usually full. The biggest draw at Sea Salt Caribbean Deli is their display of various meats, from roast beef to roast chicken, pulled pork to pork knuckles, all of which look so appetizing and smell delicious!Staff at Sea Salt Caribbean Deli are friendly, and are able to make recommendations, or explain what the various dishes are for someone unfamiliar with South American food. But Sea Salt Caribbean Deli is still largely self-service, where you queue, place your orders, make payment, then collect it when ready. It's not uncommon to see people walking around PasarBella - The Farmer's Market @ The Grandstand holding plates of their food!Sea Salt Caribbean Deli is a carnivore's delight. Their particular speciality in South American cuisine is meat - roasted, stewed, fried. Portions are large for 1 person, and may be suitable for sharing. Prices are affordable, budget about SGD $14 per person for a meal here. In particular, their pulled pork scores top marks, and I highly recommend trying it!Yaroa is a street food dish from the Dominican Republic, a sort of Caribbean casserole, with a base of mashed root vegetable / tuber, usually plaintain or yucca. It is then layered with strips of pork, chicken, and / or beef, and covered in gooey mozzarella cheese. Yaroa is typically served by food trucks to late night party goers.The version of Yaroa (SGD $14) here differs slightly, replacing the mashed root vegetables with a yummy vegetable rice and roasted potatoes, soft and fragrant! But the Yaroa still keeps the trio of meats, featuring roast beef, roast chicken, and pulled pork. While I felt the chicken was tender, it lacked moisture, and ultimately tasted rather plain. But the tender, succulent roast beef rubbed with grainy mustard was excellent. The star though, is the delicious pulled pork, soft, tender, moist, cooked in its own juices. Very good! Full Sea Salt Caribbean Deli review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2014/09/sea-salt-caribbean-deli.html continue reading
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Level4 2014-04-02
Tried out another stall at the recent PasarBella event at MBS. My friend went to get the pork knuckle $24 from this stall. As usual, long queue for weekends! This turned out to be quite a disappointment. Was not hot, skin not crispy at all. Meat still decent. Some are tender enough and i enjoyed the fats part but i prefer to enjoy it hot. continue reading
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