Lolla

1546 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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Wednesday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

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

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A summery vibrant number, the Mara des Bois Strawberries served with Fior di Latte ice cream, Hazelnut Oil, and Bee Pollen ($24) was a solid 10 out of 10. The gentle nutty-earthy flavour of the savoury oil coupled with the intense sweetness of the berries, and the milkiness of the creamy cold treat was so simple yet complex as each element tasted so premium!

*Part of the 8-course #toughtimetickets set from the September Seasonal menu.

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For something meaty and more substantial, the Rabbit Saddle ($48) tasted like an intriguing mix between chicken and pork perhaps partly due to the savoury jus they prepared. Encased in a crisp layer of lardo, the protein was moist and tender. Paired with glazed heirloom carrot and a sweet, almost caramel-like carrot puree, the dish served as a great transition to the last course of the day - the dessert. Also, rabbit and carrot - a perfect match.

*Part of the 8-course #toughtimetickets set from the September Seasonal menu.

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In a small pool of beurre blanc, the Pan-seared Monkfish ($58) was surprisingly rich though the fish itself did not carry much taste. Hence, topped with a slice of Jamon de bellota, the main flavours were from the buttery french sauce, in my opinion. But what was most interesting was the fish’s cottony texture.

*Part of the 8-course #toughtimetickets set from the September Seasonal menu.

A flavour bomb and my favourite dish of the night, the Grilled Carabinero ($78) embellished with spring onion oil and petite spring salad was *chef’s kiss*. Presented with its head intact, the giant Spanish prawn was real succulent. The best part of the dish being the potent tomalley and the creamy prawn jus, like a lobster bisque on steroid! And together with their house-made pillowy-soft potato flatbread, it was pure pleasure to mop up all that sweet-crustacean goodness. 

*Part of the 8-course #toughtimetickets set from the September Seasonal menu.

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Stuffed with Iberico pork, Jamon de bellota, and aromatics, the Tortellini in Brodo ($32) was a nice break from the heavier flavours. Whilst the hints of delicate saltiness of the jamon and the zing from the thin slices of house-made black garlic provided that oomph; the warm bone broth enriched with basil oil was light and comforting.

*Part of the 8-course #toughtimetickets set from the September Seasonal menu.

Waking up my palate, the Kampachi Ceviche ($32) served with creamy avocado slices was topped with punchy wasabi tobiko and crunchy ice plant. Lightly-cured in a lime-coconut marinade with spring onion and wasabi oil, the greater amberjack was nicely seasoned with the savoury-sharp flavours and yet still distinctly fresh and clean-tasting. A little citrusy and spicy. The thickness of the firm cuts was very enjoyable as well.

*Part of the 8-course #toughtimetickets set from the September Seasonal menu.

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