La Salta - Singapore
Are you a business owner in Singapore?
Promote your business 365 days a year with the #1 Guide to Singapore.
- Gain MAXIMUM EXPOSURE with a 'Dedicated Business Profile'
Directions to La Salta
The restaurant is named after a city in Argentina - Salta, which is famous throughout South America for its food and its beef. Chef Desmond Goh and his team invite you to a vibrant Argentine experience. The cattle in Argentina graze the grass plains freely and openly, resulting in lean meat and less saturated fats. As no hormones or supplements are given, the beef produced is natural, healthy and full of flavour.
The Salta is mainly a Parilla house. It boasts a 5-metre long charcoal fired grill, which is the centre-piece of the restaurant. The method of cooking is to adjust the heat manually by moving the coals closer or farther from the grate, pan or pot.
Salta Argentine restaurant has quite a few interesting Argentina appetisers like the Matambre, Molleja and Salchicha but make sure you leave room for the grill selection. Try Solomillo de Cerdo (black hog pork loin), Corazon de Cuadril (heart of rump) or La Parrillada (mixed grilled: Short ribs, beef skirt, chicken, black hog pork, mixed sausage, lamb rack, vegetables & potatoes) for those who like to share with their freineds.
No service charge!
You may also like
The Original Middle Eastern and Moroccan Bar and Restaurant............
eM by the River
Lovely garden setting by the River which offers Breakfast, lunch and dinner until late at night.............
With a name like Imperial Herbal you can expect rich, wholesome Herbal Soups. Though that is certainly their main draw, Imperial Herbal is more than that, it also has a n
Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck
Authentic fine Chinese cuisine.............
Royal China at Raffles
Situated in Raffles Hotel, Royal China is one of the classiest Chinese restaurants around. This is more than just for show though, food here is authentic Chinese fare....
Café & Bar Gavroche
Café & Bar Gavroche brings Paris to Tras Street, Singapore's foodie hotbed! Feast on arguably the city's best croque monsieur and tartines, whilst sipping luscious wines
Casa Bom Vento
Peranakan and Eurasian delights.............
Toa Payoh's markets
At the HDB town of Toa Payoh, you'll find several wet markets and hawker centres................
Eight Treasures Vegetarian Restaurant
An Authentic Vegetarian Chinese restaurant near the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple............
At Barossa, enjoy hearty Australian-inspired cuisine and a wide selection of Australian boutique wines, Aussie draught beers and cocktails at the Esplanade waterfront....