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FOC PIM PAM is a buzzing Tapas Bar & Restaurant with a distinct Barcelona flair, in a laid-back nook of Orchard Road. PIM PAM (meaning “quick and easy” in Spanish), is a perfect meeting place for casual Tapas & Drinks, as well as a full Fine Fun Food & Drinks Experience at the Restaurant. With four distinct spaces, including a Tapas Bar and the terrace, sit-down table settings and a private room next to the wine cellar, you will definitely find a snug spot. The comprehensive all-day menu presents a slew of signature FOC dishes, as well as unique traditional Spanish tapas and rice dishes that are not found elsewhere. Get a few Tapas and Drinks at the Terrace and Tapas Bar, or a full dining experience at the Restaurant! FOC PIM PAM has a wide variety of authentic products on retail, imported directly from Spain. You may pick up some premium Spanish Wines, Olive oils, Iberico cold cuts, and cheeses as well as premium canned seafood popular in Spain, such as cockles and mussels.
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442 Orchard Road
Singapore 238879

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12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 01:00am

12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 01:00am

12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 11:00pm

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Octopus Galician Style - Grilled octopus with crushed potatoes were pretty good. Croquettes were decent but seafood paella was kinda underwhelming. Quite pricey but i guess you pay for the service.

Just can’t go wrong with that combination. The crab ($12) and mushroom ($10) croquettes were amazing, as expected. However we found the seafood paella ($35) a pity cuz everything else was right except that is was too salty for us.


Out of the trinity of foods, I feel that the tapas fared the best out of all. The PIM PAM Trinxat ($20) particularly caught my attention at first glance of the menu as the plate comes with pan fried mashed potatoes, cabbage, stewed pig’s ear, eggs and kale. This combination is something that I haven’t heard or tried before which pique my interest instantly. Upon the first bite, you will experience a myriad of textures from the crispy potatoes and kale, followed by the chewy pig’s ear while the egg when mixed into it provides a creamy consistency and flavour. It was followed with the Iberico Pork Secreto & Mushroom Paella ($33) which packs a bite but it was not as filling. Last but not least, the quintessential Spanish dessert, the classic Churros with Chocolate Sauce ($6). Nothing to shout about for the churros as it might have been in the fryer for a little over as I preferred mine slightly less crisper with more bite.
Address: 442, Orchard Road, Unit 01-29, Singapore 238879