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This was my fav dish for our meal there! Stuffed with creamy mushroom, cheese, red pepper and ham. The toast was crisp, and I may be biased to this dish bc I love toast! The mushrooms were nice.

Expected more from this bc the reviews for this was not bad, but it wasn’t anything to shout about. The prawns weren’t overcooked, and the sauce was very savoury, but I felt that it was a little too salty as the meal progressed. The bread was strange to be honest, but it was okay when dipped in the sauce.

The grilled octopus was not bad, it came with a bean purée (at least that’s what I think it ish and a savoury sauce. Had a smoky charred taste which was nice!

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A chance to reminisce about my time in Barcelona with the Spanish tapas here at this quaint shophouse restaurant on Ann Siang Hill.
The tapa to go for has to be the Coca de Probadura, chorizo-cheese-caramelised onion melange on a warm loaf of homemade bread, with arugula finishes; a total treat to the palate.
As for the toasted squares of white bread with creamy mushrooms, cheese and jamon iberico (spanish ham in layman terms); the combination lacked harmony in comparison.
The establishment also serves 4 types of jamon of different grade (according to bred, feed and age)- the differences for a Spanish food connoisseur to advise 🙊✨

A chance to reminisce about my time in Barcelona with the Spanish tapas here at this quaint shophouse restaurant on Ann Siang Hill.
The tapa to go for has to be the above chorizo-cheese-caramelised onion melange on a warm loaf of homemade bread, with arugula finishes; a total treat to the palate.
As for the toasted squares of white bread with creamy mushrooms, cheese and jamon iberico (spanish ham in layman terms); the combination lacked harmony in comparison.
The establishment also serves 4 types of jamon of different grade (according to bred, feed and age)- the differences for a Spanish food connoisseur to advise 🙊✨

This is more a drinking place with ‘more than bar food’, rather than a proper restaurant. That said, the food is not bad, and selection is pretty wide. Service is extremely friendly and efficient, even if some staff members are a bit blurred. Without the Entertainer 1-for-1 offer, not very good value; with it, more palatable.

This is more a drinking place with ‘more than bar food’, rather than a proper restaurant. That said, the food is not bad, and selection is pretty wide. Service is extremely friendly and efficient, even if some staff members are a bit blurred. Without the Entertainer 1-for-1 offer, not very good value; with it, more palatable.

48 month aged Iberico ham was everything it lived up to be. Savory, fatty, melt in your mouth, I could easily finish a portion of this on my own. TIP: order the bread with tomatoes and have this together with the crispy bread, fresh and slightly acidic tomatoes and it’s enough to make you happy.

This paella was very flavorful but a little bit towards the salty spectrum of food and could do with a little less seasoning. The rice was really nicely cooked to an al dente texture but I was left yearning for more of the soccarat (the burnt bits at the bottom) which it didn’t have much of. The pork was tender but the mushrooms seemed to get lost in all the flavor of the paella.

This half suckling pig costs $140 and is served tableside, but order it earlier in your meal as it takes awhile to prepare. The server cut the pig up using a plate as it was very tender and didn’t need a knife but it seemed a little unnecessary to do that. The meat was super flavorful and had a good meat/fat ratio. Would’ve liked the skin to be crispier though as it didn’t have a super satisfying crack when biting into it.

Their churros are maybe one of the crunchiest I’ve ever had??? dusted in the classic cinnamon sugar coating accompanied with dulce de leche, chocolate sauce and tiramisu foam. My favorite was the tiramisu foam actually as the mixture of coffee and cocoa had a slight bitterness which helped to counteract the sweetness from sugar. The texture was abit too crunchy for my liking I feel and would prefer if there was more fluffiness for the interior.

Decadent chocolate. Best dessert option here

Well worth the price

Decor nice and relaxing. Great for groups

Nice and friendly staff. Must go