5 Wallich Street
#01-16 Guoco Tower
Singapore 078883

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Monday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 12:00am

Saturday:
11:00am - 12:00am

Sunday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

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Yummy good food! Service was good too.
But still quite different from the food in Spain (based on memory)

Our favourite is the fried calamari andalusian style ($18) (bottom left photo). The calamari was soft and meaty and the batter was light so it went well with us even though it's deep fried. Generous portion and served 5 of us well. Though we don't exactly know what andalusian style mean.

We love the seafood paella also ($55, L), super flavourful and we enjoyed scraping the bottom of the pan that's got all the umami flavours.

Rest of the dishes include:
Top left: churros with chocolate dip (a bit too oily for our liking)
Top centre: spanish pork ribs, full slab (delicious and fall off the bone kind)
Top right: spanish omelette (egg well done style, otherwise default is runny egg)
Bottom centre: aged ham with bread
Bottom right: greek salad

Will be back to try other dishes, especially the beef items.

Crispy charred edges, fresh plump seafood, ocean-like broth - the Charcoal Seafood Paella by Josper hits all the right notes for a great paella! For a small portion, it feeds about 2 pax just right (for normal eaters) and has just the right amount of ingredient to rice ratio. The perfectly cooked rice has a nice bite due to the burnt bits while retaining the juices from the broth that it has been cooked in. The seafood-y broth tastes much like the ocean, as it carries your taste buds back to the shores.

Wash it down with a mojito or sangria & you've got the party started!

This arrived piping hot! It reminded me of the candied sweet potato from dong bei ren jia. Soft, fleshy eggplant fried in a light batter and coated with honey. It’s not super crisp, but still a nice snack to accompany the mains.

These were p nice as well! Sufficiently tender, and the char on the skin was satisfying. Was rather easy to eat as the meat just fell off the bone upon prying. Pairs well with the mustard sauce! The other sauce is BBQ sauce I believe. The side veg contained potatoes, zucchini and carrots. Liked the potatoes which were v nicely roasted - soft but not mushy!

Was pleasantly surprised by this! The seafood (prawns, mussels) were pretty fresh and 鲜甜, and most importantly not overcooked. It’s saucy but not too wet. The sauce was very tasty, the peppers & onions in it gave very nice flavour. Portion was just nice for the 3 of us!

Really liked this seafood charcoal paella ($36) from @purabrasa.singapore! The rice was cooked perfectly, and was very flavourful and smokey. The seafood was nothing special, but the rice made up for it

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