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inspired yet simple small-plates combining the finest ingredients and seasonal produce with the influences of the mediterranean.

22 Ann Siang Road
Singapore 069702

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12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

10:30am - 03:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

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Rich and dangerously decadent, the @lollasg π™Žπ™šπ™– π™π™§π™˜π™π™žπ™£ 𝙋π™ͺπ™™π™™π™žπ™£π™œ (Half portion at $38) is an unforgettable work of art.

Bursts of π™π™£π™ž π‘Όπ’Žπ’‚π’Žπ’Š 🌊 dancing to a beautiful tango in your mouth, this dish is not for the faint of heart. But for those who appreciate these decadently creamy and umami little tongues of happiness, this pudding takes you to gastronomic heaven and is a dish you will never forget.

Recommend to have the half portion, so there's space for more of the other tantalising offerings here! πŸ€€πŸ’‹πŸ’‹

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7/10 Honestly, this didn’t really hit the mark for us as we expected more after hearing all the good reviews of this pasta. Great bite to the pasta and the crab was naturally sweet, but other than that, not a standout flavor wise. We’ll definitely be ordering other items in place of this the next time!

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8/10 The beef tongue skewer, glazed and sprinkled with puffed quinoa and lime zest was sublime. 🀧 The meat was so soft and complemented nicely with the sweet, umami glaze. It may seem intimidating to eat but it is totally worth trying!

8.5/10 The cheek is packed with beefy flavors and it melts-in-the-mouth. The tender texture is wonderfully juxtaposed by chives and garlic chips. The skewers were served with a side of lime aioli that matches the dish perfectly and overall, we really enjoyed Lolla’s playful rendition of this dish. 🫢🏼

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9/10. Bruh this was so amazing it deserves its own post. 😀The signature black squid ink pudding is paired with briny hokkaido sea urchin. The pudding is rich, smooth and tasted intensely of oceanic squid ink flavour. While the uni wasn’t the sweetest, it paired beautifully with the pudding, elevating the entire dish. The half size was the perfect amount to share between 2 pax especially given how dense and decadent it is! Highly recommend!!

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The environment of the place was really good.
However if want to dine at the pretty long table have to make reservation online & indicate on the remarks that you would like to reserve for that table.

The food overall was ok.
The hand torn pasta with brown crab was really good! πŸ™ŒπŸ»

It’s a good place to go for dates & birthday celebrations. The servers are really nice & friendly. Service is good! 😌

When they first opened about 10 years ago, I visited @lollasg (home of the much-copied uni and squid ink custard pudding) quite a few times. Then a slew of restaurant openings proved a huge distraction for a long stretch but lately, after seeing my foodie friend @safarislim keep sharing about his meals there, my curiosity about the current Head Chef @johanne_siy’s produce-driven Modern European style of cooking was piqued. So it didn’t take a hot minute before Steven booked lunch for @szeliang888, himself and I.
A recipient of 2021’s β€œChef of the Year” award by the prestigious @worldgourmetaward (WGA), Chef Jo’s initial plan of a part-time gig at Lolla turned into something more permanent as Covid intervened. Lucky for us in Singapore, I say!
This lovely lady who left the corporate world a decade ago to follow her passion (it took her to renowned restaurants in different countries such as CafΓ© Boulud and Le Bernardin with Chef Eric Ripert in New York as well as Restaurant AndrΓ© in Singapore), puts out some brilliantly executed dishes with unerringly delicious flavours. All of her original creations are available in Lolla’s Seasonal Menu - either a la carte or in a Tasting format, alongside their regular one. We opted for the $195++ 9-course Tasting route (they do a 7-course for $158++ as well) and this is how it unfolded:
1. Spanner Crab, Spent Kombu, Alique (Crab Roe) - A big and unapologetically moreish opener that was umami meets bright.
2. Oyster - Tastiness: 100%. One of the standouts from the meal for me, it was charred before being accessorised with a foam of its own juices, cabbage and seaweed vinaigrette.
3. Squid β€œLinguine”, Beech Mushrooms, Beef-Chorizo Bouillon - While the ribbons of squid were delightfully springy, it was the fragrant house-fermented black garlic-enhanced broth and the acidity from the pickled mushrooms that made the dish beautifully complex.
4. Hokkaido Scallop, Bouchot Mussels, Smoked Celeriac - A sublime symphony of seafood on fragrant celeriac purΓ©e and prawn broth. The pickles and sea fennel were well chosen complements.
5. Porcini, Mandilli di Seta, Mushroom Fricassee - Loved the contrast between the minimalist look and maximalist flavours of this unique take on mushroom pasta. The al dente sheet of pasta, velvety-rich mushroom sauce, clear broth and slices of raw mushrooms - they all came together gloriously.
6. Glazed Veal Sweetbread, Puffed Beef Tendon, Spiced Palm Vinegar - If you aren’t squeamish about eating exotic parts, here’s a tastily done thymus gland glazed in Espagnole sauce and served with a crunchy beef tendon puff dusted in vinegar powder, chilli and lime zest.
7. Toasted Sourdough ($8++), Housemade Kombu Butter ($12++) - Not that we had much appetite real estate by this point in the meal but two of us couldn’t resist digging in when bossman @thaddeusyeo appeared with these.
8. Koji-cured Quail, Egg Yolk Confit, Black Truffles - Cutlery was redundant when it came to this. I found the quail immensely satisfying as it was grilled to juicy and tender perfection.
9. Strawberry Granita - My eyes widened when I had this palate cleanser. It seemed like the essence of the fruit was intensified but yet, it was not too sweet. Wouldn’t have minded a big bowl.
10. Black Truffle Gateau, Truffle Tree Nuts, Black Truffles - @szeliang888’s pick of dessert which he kindly shared a bite with @safarislim and I. The three-nut purΓ©e of chestnuts, macadamia and hazelnuts was really memorable.
11. Fallen Fruit - Steven and I selected this sweet and savoury wonder of a 3-month-vacuum-aged β€œBlack Apple” which we enjoyed with an addictive Roasted Miso Ice-cream and toffee sauce.

Thank you Thaddeus,
Chef @johanne_siy and Team @lollasg: @blades.and.nibbles @alanquah522 @fireking555 @xmei2 for the impressive Seasonal Menu.