Lolla

1403 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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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.

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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