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Caught myself almost becoming an addict to scrolling on Chope but it has led me to discover that a tapas restaurant has opened shop in my humble neighbour, yes the deserted east of Singapore: Pasir Ris. It is still peculiar to find such a cuisine in the heartlands so I told mum we should walk over to try it. The
menu is interesting with some Asian influence, think patata bravas with a sambal sauce. There are more traditional tapas like the bikini, roasted octopus and Brussels sprout we had; they were nice but each with a flaw. For example I joked with mum that the sandwich bread felt like toasted gardenia white bread and the octopus was tenderised with a nice texture but didn’t feel fresh. Don’t get me wrong gardenia bread is not bad but my spoilt palate is more accustomed to daily baked bread. Also the sweetened brussel sprout was a nice rendition but was swimming in a small pool of oil at the bottom.

Mum suggested we give the mains a chance with the full family to form our conclusive verdict of the place. I wonder which weekend that will be.

Caught myself almost becoming an addict to scrolling on Chope but it has led me to discover that a tapas restaurant has opened shop in my humble neighbour, yes the deserted east of Singapore: Pasir Ris. It is still peculiar to find such a cuisine in the heartlands so I told mum we should walk over to try it. The
menu is interesting with some Asian influence, think patata bravas with a sambal sauce. There are more traditional tapas like the bikini, roasted octopus and Brussels sprout we had; they were nice but each with a flaw. For example I joked with mum that the sandwich bread felt like toasted gardenia white bread and the octopus was tenderised with a nice texture but didn’t feel fresh. Don’t get me wrong gardenia bread is not bad but my spoilt palate is more accustomed to daily baked bread. Also the sweetened brussel sprout was a nice rendition but was swimming in a small pool of oil at the bottom.

Mum suggested we give the mains a chance with the full family to form our conclusive verdict of the place. I wonder which weekend that will be.

Caught myself almost becoming an addict to scrolling on Chope but it has led me to discover that a tapas restaurant has opened shop in my humble neighbour, yes the deserted east of Singapore: Pasir Ris. It is still peculiar to find such a cuisine in the heartlands so I told mum we should walk over to try it. The
menu is interesting with some Asian influence, think patata bravas with a sambal sauce. There are more traditional tapas like the bikini, roasted octopus and Brussels sprout we had; they were nice but each with a flaw. For example I joked with mum that the sandwich bread felt like toasted gardenia white bread and the octopus was tenderised with a nice texture but didn’t feel fresh. Don’t get me wrong gardenia bread is not bad but my spoilt palate is more accustomed to daily baked bread. Also the sweetened brussel sprout was a nice rendition but was swimming in a small pool of oil at the bottom.

Mum suggested we give the mains a chance with the full family to form our conclusive verdict of the place. I wonder which weekend that will be.

I always come back here when they have free flow sangrias! Their sangrias here are fantastic, and even if you were paying for it it’s not that expensive (~$9/glass).

The tapas here are pretty good, and I always get the brussel sprouts as well (my friend thinks it’s too sweet, but I like it!)!

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Another installation of Tsujiri at whitesands because mum and I love the soft serve.
Today we decided on the chiffon cake parfait but still had to have our warumochi. The cake was decent and the parfait came with cornflakes and a scope of (sweet) red bean. As a whole we preferred the puffed rice crisps, cream and soft serve combination of the warumochi parfait - but as they say “you never try, you never know”.

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Used Burpple 1 for 1 which made it even more worth it! Had the Milo Dinosaur and Kaya Toast and both were really good. Regular flavours goes for $3.80.Service was very friendly as well.

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This is really yummy! You can’t even tell it’s vegetable!
A little more of the sweeter end, but I like it!

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Aspa holds tasting menu events with free flow sangria/beer/wine on certain days!

Tapas here are Aspa are really quite delicious, so it’s definitely worth a visit especially if you’re in the east

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Would recommend the chicken paella!
And the sangria here is only $8/glass and you can really taste the red wine and fruits combination! (This is my 2nd visit and the food is still good!)

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