Mon - Sat: 12:00 - 14:00
Mon - Sat: 18:00 - 00:00
The fuss-free, delicious food, friendly service and groovy atmosphere from this 'small plates concept restaurant' makes this a place where one can have a great experience whether dining alone or in groups. There’s also a small but very well-curated and well-priced selection of wines for those who want to imbibe.
We made reservations way in advance after failing to get a table on a weekday night. They are really popular with four seatings for weekend dinners. Affordable wines with innovative combinations of food and culinary creativity - will definitely want to return for more! Read full review at gastronomy,sg!
Lolla is one of the more popular hip establishments along the popular Ann Siang Road / Club Street area where people can drink the night away, but what surprised me is that Lolla is also popular during lunch, when most people are still trying to work out that hangover, and moreover, the food served is good too to match the drinks.
At a recent visit, I started out with the Sea Urchin ($22), with a dark mousse. This was amazing strong flavoured liver like mousse and is a must try here!
Another sharing plate that I had was the Tortilla with Smoked Eel ($24). The portion of eel was really generous but I felt that being served slightly chilled and only lightly smoked did not quite fit with me.
Better was the Grilled Octopus ($28), a must try in most Spanish influenced establishments and the thickness of the octopus leg made it a good thick firm bite.
I also had the Tuna Belly Tartare ($42), the chuturro blocks of tuna had a high fat content that just melted in the mouth.
Finally, I had the Ribeye Steak ($58), which was a little on the tough side.
Pair all these with some red wine and it was generally a nice fulfilling meal on a quiet Saturday afternoon.