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Lolla

1460 Wishlisted
~$70/pax
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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Thursday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

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

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

Sunday:
10:30am - 03:00pm

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

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

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

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Lolla has been consistently serving out really good dishes. Call it magical, as it looks ordinary on paper but tasted exceptional. It's the mastery of the cooking techniques, the sourcing of good produce, and the discipline to keep things simple.
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This uses the Silver Hill Farm Roast Duck, served with 88 Castelvetrano Olives. This is served with an intense jus made from roasted duck bones, where a huge tray of duck bones was reduced to just that little bowl of jus pictured here. The duck itself was amazing, but the jus made this phenomenal.

Lolla is one of the best restaurants along the once-buzzy (before CB) Ann Siang Road. Remember the Lolla cheesecake that I raved about? Yup, besides that cheesecake, they also serve takeaway sets for a minimum of two persons.
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For $55+/pax, it includes:
1. Octopus Stew with Olives and Bacon
2. Beef Tongue Tonnato
3. Busiate Pasta with Crab
4. Potato and Speck Terrine
5. Apple Tatin
(set for two pictured)
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These are fuss-free soul food that are unpretentious and yummy. What surprised me the most was the crab pasta, it's not just some crabs tossed with pasta, but each strand of that busiate pasta was well-coated with the crab sauce.
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Good recommendation, @riardsg, and thanks for this treat.
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📸: @lollasg (but I took the liberty to make some edits to suit my feed)

It’s impressive how these local chefs could create innovative dishes that are as good or better than many tapas at Spanish restaurants. Go in a large group and try out many dishes. The ‘mains’ (eg. pork collar, ribeye steak) tend to be less yummy than the small dishes. Excellent service. Unfortunately, unless you’re a well-funded Lolita, Lolla is not for regular lollapaloozas as it’s quite pricey, in fact quite outrageously so as you can easily spend $150 per head in order to come out not hungry and feel the need for a refuel at Maxwell Hawker Centre.

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It’s impressive how these local chefs could create innovative dishes that are as good or better than many tapas at Spanish restaurants. Go in a large group and try out many dishes. The ‘mains’ (eg. pork collar, ribeye steak) tend to be less yummy than the small dishes. Excellent service. Unfortunately, unless you’re a well-funded Lolita, Lolla is not for regular lollapaloozas as it’s quite pricey, in fact quite outrageously so as you can easily spend $150 per head in order to come out not hungry and feel the need for a refuel at Maxwell Hawker Centre.

It’s impressive how these local chefs could create innovative dishes that are as good or better than many tapas at Spanish restaurants. Go in a large group and try out many dishes. The ‘mains’ (eg. pork collar, ribeye steak) tend to be less yummy than the small dishes. Excellent service. Unfortunately, unless you’re a well-funded Lolita, Lolla is not for regular lollapaloozas as it’s quite pricey, in fact quite outrageously so as you can easily spend $150 per head in order to come out not hungry and feel the need for a refuel at Maxwell Hawker Centre.

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It’s impressive how these local chefs could create innovative dishes that are as good or better than many tapas at Spanish restaurants. Go in a large group and try out many dishes. The ‘mains’ (eg. pork collar, ribeye steak) tend to be less yummy than the small dishes. Excellent service. Unfortunately, unless you’re a well-funded Lolita, Lolla is not for regular lollapaloozas as it’s quite pricey, in fact quite outrageously so as you can easily spend $150 per head in order to come out not hungry and feel the need for a refuel at Maxwell Hawker Centre.

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