It takes both time and focus to produce the perfect embers in Asador's kitchen. In the same way, the genesis of Asador involves honest dreams made to reality—to bring a true Spanish experience that will engage all your senses.
Housed in a historic unit on Amoy Street, KULTO takes its customers on an insider trip to Spain through a sensory experience of Spanish food and decor steeped in history.
KULTO brings a slice of Spain to the dining experience with an iconic feature of Madrid and Barcelona apartments, the wooden shutters. The beautifully restored space is lined with wooden shutters and completed with clean and neutral colours featuring accents of wood – so diners will be in the moment to truly enjoy the food and atmosphere.
A customer’s experience at KULTO is fully taken care of by the Chefs, and customers get front-row seats to them working their magic in the open kitchen, which is an extension of the private dining room. The dishes come out rhythmically, just like parts of a symphony, landing on solid wooden tables, where the colours and energy of the food get to shine on its own.
Born and bred in Rioja, Spain, Head Chef José Alonso helms the kitchen of KULTO. Inspired by his heritage, culture, and philosophy of letting good quality produce speak for themselves, every plate at KULTO steers close to the traditional rendition of the dish and lets the freshness of seasonal produce take centre-stage.
El Teatro Tapas is the latest addition to The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore series of dining establishments at the Arcade.
This tapas and paella restaurant and bar is quintessentially Spanish with an air of the theatrical.
A mention of just a small selection from the menu, from gazpachio from Andalusia, plates of delectable cold cuts, calamari Andalucian style, Patatas Bravas - spicy potatoes, to lobster paella, is enough to know this is the true heart of Spanish cuisine on a platter.
UNA finds a new home on the second level of the newly-relaunched Alkaff Mansion. A rich patina of romance washes over the restaurant, from the lovingly restored ebony-hued timbers of the pitched ceiling and floors; to the gorgeous, contemporary lighting feature showering down like silver and crystal rain; to the extraordinary view like a tropical mirror of the rolling green hills of the Basque country.
The floor plan centres on a spacious dining hall, with 2 private rooms easily created through sliding glass panels if privacy calls. Adjacent to the main hall is the UNA bar and dining porch, where an aperitivo can be sipped while taking in the view before or after dinner.
UNA is a homage to the art of gastronomy and living well. Its Spanish roots are wedded to the dynamic individualism of Basque cuisine, resulting in a menu of Basque-inspired dishes and popular favourites from the former establishment crafted using the best produce sourced locally as well as from the Basque and Spanish regions.
Among the signatures are Fideua De Calamares (squid ink Spanish noodles paella with crispy calamari), Pulpo A La Parrilla Con Papas Arrugadas Y Mojo (tender octopus grilled over a charcoal fired parrilla grill accompanied with baby potatoes and a coriander and paprika sauce).
There is also the rich and comforting Paella De Chorizo Y Habitas (classic family-style paella slow cooked with savoury chorizo, fava beans and aromatic saffron), Paella de Mariscon (classic seafood paella with bomba rice, prawns, clams and mussels, enriched with generous touches of saffron) and the evergreen Cochinillo Asado (Spanish crispy roasted suckling pig).
The desserts present decadent Spanish sweets such as Chocolate & Olives, Arroz con Leche de la Abuela (a fragrant Spanish rice pudding served with sherry grapes and a sherry reduction) and Classic Churros, served with spicy pecan chocolate sauce.
At UNA Bar & Lounge, a selection of tea infusion cocktails complements the food.
Living life with gusto, UNA takes diners into the romantic heart of the Basque.
A popular churros brand which started in the Philippines, Churreria La Lola will soon make their Singapore debut at Clarke Quay Central.
The Brazilian-inspired food-retailing concept has a long list of branches all over the Philippines and the Singapore branch is their first international outpost.
At Churreria La Lola, they want to spread happiness one churro at a time. Their products are made from scratch with the best ingredients, cooked fresh upon order and fried in 100% olive oil. Read more about the brand here.
Tapas Club's 2nd outlet is now open at VivoCity. Enjoy authentic Spanish flavours from the heart of Spain.
Helmed by Executive Chef Jose Angel Alonso and one-star Michelin Chef Manuel Berganza, Tapas Club presents diners with exquisite palate and creativity, with the richness of classic Spanish flavours.
Their unique dishes are made using locally sourced fresh produce, with selected ingredients flown specially from Spain. Their menu is rooted in authenticity, driven by what you’d find people eating all over Spain.
After 3 years of welcoming guests with delicate Spanish fare to Singapore, La Ventana has now rebranded to Tapas 26 and relocated to a new space at 26B Dempsey Road.
Along with this revamp, Tapas 26 will also be serving an eclectic mix of all-time favourite tapas and cuisine from Spain, along with a curated selection of Spanish wines and traditional drinks, all in a casual and fun atmosphere.
The restaurant will feature a different menu every quarter to introduce a variety of internationally known dishes alongside lesser-known homemade recipes that have been enjoyed across many generations in Spain. Diners can also look forward to the seasonal menus that would showcase the versatility of tapas and Spanish cuisines when fresh products form the market are incorporated into the recipes.
Located within walking distance of Serangoon MRT Station, the cheerful-looking Scissors Paper Stove is not just an Instagrammable spot for photographs. This new dining place located along Upper Serangoon Road serves tapas plates with an Asian twist.
The restaurant is helmed by Chomel Yang and Januver Chow, who also own Fratini La Trattoria in Greenwood Avenue.
On the menu: Iberico pork belly (dressed in a coriander and ginger sauce), Cartafata (with Thai-style yellow fried rice, lemongrass and seafood), Lamb Kebabs, Ceviche and more.
Be sure to try one of their locally-inspired signature cocktails too. Like "Tak Kiu Peng" which is a vodka-based shake with amaretto and Milo. Or the "Nim Jiom", which is a whisky on the rocks with traditional Chinese herbal syrup supplement which is normally used to treat cough and for voice care.
There’s nothing quite like a Spanish tapas restaurant: its buzz is electric, its flavours an absolute delight, its drinks a tonic for the soul. It’s a place that pulls you in and makes you want to stay... forever.
With its bold makeover, FOC PIM PAM is that magical place; now more than ever.
FOC PIM PAM (meaning ‘quick and easy’ in Spanish) is inspired by the Spanish bodegas and celebrates the vibrant tapas and wine culture of Barcelona with fine, fun food and sensaPonal drinks. Located in a laid-back nook of Orchard Road and already the go-to spot among diners for lunch, dinner and late-night libaPons with a Spanish flair, FOC PIM PAM now offers even more with the refurbishment of its interior.
The ambience is transformed to evoke the irrepressible energy and style of a Spanish tapas bar. The new colour paleUe is an urbane fusion of blacks and greys with Pmber finishes and metal accents. ParPPon walls, display shelves, pillars and counter tops take on rounded corners and languid lines and hum with a hip efficiency. While the funcPonal zones are clearly defined, the layout is open and freewheeling and invites the ceaseless human movement and social acPvity so reminiscent of tapas bars.
As befits Iberian hospitality, the service is fast and friendly, adding to the infecPous vibe. The menu has been re-invigorated. While sPll centering on Spanish cuisine, new menus have been created for each dedicated space within the restaurant.
Revitalised spaPal features like the Tapas Bar, Main Dining Room, Private Dining Room, Bar and Terrace redefine the interior for a more holisPc dining affair, whilst presenPng themselves as unique alcoves for any diner seeking a disPncPve experience, opPng for a quick meal on their own, feasPng with the family or casual drinks with friends. Look forward to a pared down, yet varied selecPon of casual tapas at the Tapas Bar and Terrace to a full and comprehensive menu at the Main Dining Room; and for special occasions and events in the Private Dining Room, a customised menu conceived by the culinary team.
Look out for new items on the revamped menu such as Tomato Tartare (confit tomatoes, tomato ice cream, berry capers, toast), Fresh Burrata (crispy Ibérico Ham, ‘Picadillo’, baby spinach), Octopus & Pork Belly (roasted octopus, sizzling pork belly, potato foam), Secreto & Mushroom Paella (Ibérico Secreto, seasonal mushrooms), mains of Short Ribs (with fresh peas, Ibérico ham, cauliflower purée), Barramundi (with pumpkin gnocchis, Idiazabal cheese cream), as well as sharing porPons of a Tomahawk Steak, Half Suckling Pig and Catch of the Day that are good for two to four persons with a choice of garnish ranging from grilled pineapple with spices, to grilled cabbage with ponzu sauce and more. Desserts like Lemon Lemoncello (limoncello sorbet, meringue), and ‘Chocolate Forest’ (chocolate textures, yogurt, white chocolate passionfruit jelly) will be hard to resist.
Alongside these are familiar favourites, including Croquetas in different fillings (ham, mushroom, crab, and spinach & pine nuts), Squid Ink Paella (tradiPonal Spanish black rice, prawns, aioli), and Churros - classic with chocolate sauce or white chocolate-coated.
The famed Spanish penchant for lush, leisurely dining will work its spell, and the party will surely thereafer adjourn to the newly created alfresco terrace, housed in a ceiling-fanned veranda perched street-side along Orchard Road. Here diners can enjoy post-meal drinks including wines, spirits, gin & tonic and 16 variePes of cocktails served from the adjoining bar.
Get ready for a gastronomical experience as Shard Restaurant & Bar brings you excellent tasting Spanish cuisine.
Shard is the latest Spanish cuisine experience to hit our shores here in Singapore and they’re looking forward to dazzle your tastebuds.
The restaurant comprises a wine and modern tapas bar, with tables at the sidewalk terrace as the perfect relaxing spot to enjoy the fascinating ambience.
Sip a glass of house wine and munch on some mouth-watering delicious tapas. The interior is a combination of lights, minimalist lines and an open kitchen. It is a pleasant and elegant space to feast on Shard’s signature dishes, like the highly appreciated Black Garlic Tuna or the Kilawin and Banana Explosion.
New on Gemmill Lane is 44-seater Spanish restaurant, La Pepa. It serves authentic Spanish tapas, with a 'mercado' (aka Spanish-style gourmet market/grocer) within its premise for your home dining needs!
Their Spanish staple, Arroz Negro is bomba rice cooked in squid ink, topped with seafood and aioli.
Order the Toasta La Pepa; which is Spanish cured anchovy sitting atop marinated piquillo peppers and eggplant on sourdough toast.
Embark on an epicurean journey and relish the exotic flavours of Peranakan, Moroccan, Javanese and Spanish cuisines with Chef Wan! His new halal-certified restaurant Chef Wan's Kitchen is now open at Esplanade.
A beloved TV personality known for his effervescent personality; Chef Wan is a culinary stalwart with 35 years of experience under his belt. For this venture, he has dug into his treasure trove of recipes, passed down from his grandmother to mother to auntie and then to him, with the best ones curated.
On the menu: Chef Wan's Oxtail Soup, Javanese Chicken, Moroccan Harira Lamb Meatball Soup, Lawar, Ayam Percik and more.
Tapas Club is the birth of Spain’s sophisticated delicacy to the wider public, offering authentic flavours from the Iberian Peninsula.
Helmed by Executive Chef Jose Angel Alonso and One-Star Michelin Chef Manuel Berganza, Tapas Club presents diners with an exquisite palate and creativity with the richness of classic Spanish flavours.
Bonded by a close-knitted ten-year friendship, Spanish Chefs Alonso and Berganza believe in serving the cuisine that is close to their hearts. A unique cuisine which is much perceived as a fine-dining concept, both Spanish Chefs envision to offer these special flavours at a much affordable pricing in a premium restaurant setting.
Expect a seamless pairing and synergy of two great Chefs at work as they put together their experiences from Singapore and New York to produce Spanish food of the highest standard made available at only Tapas Club.
Spanish restaurant chain, Pura Brasa, which started in Barcelona in 2010, has set foot in Singapore. Its seventh restaurant is now at Tanjong Pagar Centre.
Pura Brasa was created by Josper®, the internationally recognized brand of charcoal ovens, with the aim to be a place to give ideas to Josper’s customers and teach them how to implement the grills and ovens and the variety of applications they have. Eating at Pura Brasa is the best way to see how the Josper® technology works.
Apart from being based on grill and the Josper ovens, Pura Brasa’s concept goes much further: a modern place, with open kitchen, where the customer feels comfortable and relaxed while savoring a unique dining experience. A novel formula of understanding the act of eating, or simply enjoying some tapas, in a pleasant, modern and casual ambience.
A Gastro-bodega inspired by the Barcelonian tapas and wine culture, buzzing all-day dining restaurant & bar in Orchard Singapore is Pim Pam by FOC.
With a dedicated retail corner, premium selection of hearty Catalan delights can be enjoyed while dining in or for takeaway. The laid-back and snug interiors are perfect for indulging in sharing plates over a unique selection of wines and bottled cocktails. A meeting place for fine, fun food, this quintessential Mediterranean experience adds some Spanish flair to Orchard Road.
The second concept by the chef-owners of My Little Spanish Place, My Little Tapas Bar offers an authentic Spanish tapas experience along Club Street in Singapore. The bar offers homemade ‘conserves’ by the team, a solid drinks list with only Spanish wines and spirits, as well as a selection of lesser known tapas and modern interpretations.
FOC Sentosa – conceptualised by celebrated chef Nandu Jubany, the same man behind FOC Hongkong Street – is the island’s new beachside restaurant and bar with a pool deck and alfresco lounge chairs overlooking the South China Sea.
The thoughtfully-crafted contemporary Mediterranean dishes, comprise of cold and hot tapas dishes like the addictive Cod Fish & Spinach Caldoso Rice and Chicken Wings Sandwich, to pair with cocktails by award-winning mixologist Dario Knox.
Mercado Spanish Food Market has hit the CBD with a splash of colours, lifting up the dull and stressful working atmosphere. Head there for a quick breakfast with their cold-pressed juices that are limited in stock as they get the bottles fresh daily.
You can choose to have a healthy lunch at Mercado as well – with its plethora of attractive food items you can feast your eyes on. You can also unwind after a hard day’s work pairing your Spanish rice bowls with Chef-Owner Jean-Philippe Patruno’s (fondly known as JP) own concoction of Sangria Punch!
Mercado is a Spanish word for “market” so the interiors of this restaurant is designed to align to the traditional markets in Spain. The food display counters boast vibrant colours of daily fresh and cooked ingredients, all tinged with the typical Spanish flavours of smokey paprika, hot chilli peppers, saffron, garlic and other assorted herbs and spices. Mercado stands out for us due to its cuisine-specific rice bowls as compared to other healthy rice bowl places where items are somewhat similar. It’s really easy to order so read on for our “step-by-step” guide.
The name 9999.9 or FIVE NINES refers to the finest form of refined gold, a fitting moniker considering its aim to provide gold standards of service, presentation and ingredients, all at prices that won’t leave a smoking hole in your wallet.
Taking seasonal flavors and techniques from around the continent of Europe. FIVE NINES mixes carefully selected wines and fine dining at casual price.
Dehesa (which in Spanish means “grasslands” – home of the Iberico pig) is an escape from the ordinary. The only front-runner of the nose to tail eating revolution in Singapore, it is the home of distinctive, made-from-scratch and robustly flavoured alternative cut and offal delicacies, as well as succulent classic cut specialities with a commitment to whole animal usage.
Chef-Owner Jean-Philippe Patruno (affectionately known as JP) sits at the helm of this innovative venture located on North Canal Road, which extends the thriving Hong Kong Street dining scene. Highly skilled and proficient in the culinary art of preparing and cooking alternative cuts, he unleashes an unabashed, unashamedly brazen dining experience that is far from the expected norms and waves goodbye to convention.
Founded in March 2010, My Little Spanish Place is inspired by the ‘meson’, a typical home-style restaurant often found in Spanish regions. Its philosphy is based on the Spanish saying, “Mi Casa es Su Casa”, which means “My House is Your House”. It boasts a full-fledged menu of Spanish home-style dishes and desserts, and offers Singapore’s most complete Jamon bar and a Spanish ‘Despensa’ (pantry).
Spanish giants Valencia will be opening a new office in Singapore.
The six-time La Liga champions, who are owned by Singaporean businessman Peter Lim, revealed the location of the new office to be at Great World City shopping precinct in the central area of Singapore.
Peter Draper, a former Director at Manchester United, will oversee the set-up of the office.
Club 39 is a members-only private club housing four floors of versatile spaces and facilities: Tapas Restaurant & Cocktail Bar [also open to public], Club Restaurant & Champagne Bar, screening and lounge areas, a meeting room and hi-tech gym. Inconic designer interiors coupled with carefully sourced contemporary art collections contribute to celebrate the creativity and style of Club 39, bringing together profiles of like-minded dynamic individuals.
Socialise with your favourite cocktail mixed by our bar-star Mark Graham Thomas, or enjoy our Mediterranean-inspired cuisine carefully prepared by our prodigious chef Rodrigo Guerrero. Club 39 aims to become a home away from home for its members, the ideal place to stop in for breakfast, lunch, aperitif, dinner and after dinner, pleasing those who are looking for an all-day round upper ‘house’ dining and entertaining experience.
Club 39 is also the perfect place to host business meetings and special events as well as entertaining and building close relationships with friends and clients. Members can also expect to enjoy a specially curated calendar of regular cultural and entertaining events each month.
They simply provide you a space to relax, create and connect.
Zara will be opening a new store at Changi Airport.
The Spanish clothing and accessories retailer is based in Arteixo, Galicia and was founded in 1975 by Amancio Ortega.
It is claimed that Zara needs just two weeks to develop a new product and get it to stores, compared to the six-month industry average and launches around 10,000 new designs each year. Zara has resisted the industry-wide trend towards transferring fast fashion production to low-cost countries. Its most unusual strategy is its policy of zero advertising; the company prefers to invest a percentage of revenues in opening new stores instead.
Zara stores offer men's clothing and women's clothing, each of these subdivided in lower garment, upper garment, shoes, cosmetics and complements, as well as children's clothing (Zara Kids).
Los Primos has re-opened with an open kitchen & bar and updated menu.
Inspired by the tradition of Spanish taverns, Los Primos (Spanish term for "the cousins") is a casual space to get-to-together and enjoy authentic Spanish food over a glass of beer, wine or Sangria. Choose from our wide selection of classic dishes, including over 30 types of tapas and variety of mains.
The owners’ who have worked and managed operations in Spain, together with the Spainish chefs, truly deliver a traditional Spanish dining experience. Situated in the heart of bustling Club Street, Los Primos with its open kitchen concept, hosts a long tapas and cocktail bar, embedded with original ceramic tiles and lit by wrought-iron chandeliers and torches from Valencia.