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My Little Spanish Place

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Serving Spanish cuisine ranging from tapas to paellas, My Little Spanish Place also accepts booking requests for corporate events, private functions and wine tasting sessions.

Tue - Fri: 18:30 - 23:00

Sat - Sun: 11:00 - 15:00

Sat - Sun: 18:30 - 23:00

(Last order: 22:30 pm)

Closed: Mon

+65 64632810
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Dinner (18 votes), After Work (10 votes), Chillout (8 votes)
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Very good Spanish food, but very small place...

Came here with some friends after a colleague recommended this place. It's a really small restaurant, but  the food is very surprisingly good. This place is famous for their suckling pig, paellas, and also their jamon bar (I've never seen something like this before).

We had a selection of their jamons and cheeses for starters, and proceeded to enjoy their tapas of stuffed croquetts, meatballs, garlic mushrooms, and their famous garlic prawns (that was sold out during Savour 2015). We also had some of the tasty clams and mussels, and the very tender, not rubbery, yet delicious octopus. For the mains, we had a combination of squid ink paella and house paella, followed by their special which is a platter board of ribeye beef and lamp cutlets (this is not on their menu, but a special). And for the coup de grace, everybody had different desserts and I opted for the churros, which was very soft in the inside yet firm on the outside. This is definitely different from the standard factory-made american churros, but after dipping it in the chocolate, it tasted so heavenly.

I do have one quirk about this restaurant: If you're coming for the weekend, you will need reservations! We've heard from friends that it's packed during the weekends, but the good news is that they are opening a new outlet in Boat Quay!

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• 08 Apr 2015 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Very good Spanish food, but very small place...

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Came here with some friends after a colleague recommended this place. It's a really small restaurant, but  the food is very surprisingly good. This place is famous for their suckling pig, paellas, and also their jamon bar (I've never seen something like this before).

We had a selection of their jamons and cheeses for starters, and proceeded to enjoy their tapas of stuffed croquetts, meatballs, garlic mushrooms, and their famous garlic prawns (that was sold out during Savour 2015). We also had some of the tasty clams and mussels, and the very tender, not rubbery, yet delicious octopus. For the mains, we had a combination of squid ink paella and house paella, followed by their special which is a platter board of ribeye beef and lamp cutlets (this is not on their menu, but a special). And for the coup de grace, everybody had different desserts and I opted for the churros, which was very soft in the inside yet firm on the outside. This is definitely different from the standard factory-made american churros, but after dipping it in the chocolate, it tasted so heavenly.

I do have one quirk about this restaurant: If you're coming for the weekend, you will need reservations! We've heard from friends that it's packed during the weekends, but the good news is that they are opening a new outlet in Boat Quay!
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• 28 Feb 2015 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Good food, better than most.

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Came here for a work outing. Initially wasn't impressed due to the low rating here, but came off decently impressed.

The tapas were pretty good, and the pricing was pretty decent. The paella was amazing, we ordered the seafood and the house one... better than any other paellas I have tried here. And the suckling pig was very crispy and tasty, although don't compare it to chinese suckling pig cos it tastes different.

Good selection of jamon ham and wines too. Nice decor and ambience too. Oh and unfortunately service seems to need help, they seem shorthanded.

Best thing is that it's not crazily expensive compared to some of the other spanish restaurants. Will return for more.
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• 10 Feb 2015 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

The most authentic home-style Spanish restaurant I've had so far in SG

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Sumamry: This is the most authentic home-style Spanish restaurant I've had so far in Singapore. Food is fantastic, while price is reasonable (for SG!). Interiors are spanish-homely and cozy.
 
*Pros* are that the food is fantastic, reminds me of my trips to Seville and Madrid! Tapas are reasonably priced (for SG) and good with the flavor, not too salty. The jamon (Spanish ham) platter with five different selections was simply amazing. The main dishes are also pretty well done. The best thing we had that night were the Paellas: House and Squid Ink; Rice was well done (and made with real Spanish rice I might say!) and absorbed with the juices of the accompanying meats and seafood, which I feel thoroughly brings out the best medley in flavors. The party table beside us ordered a whole suckling pig (!), which I understand needed a prior 24 hours advance reservation. Oh yes, they also have a great Spanish wine selection, which I understand the owner imports the various variety by himself.

*Cons* are that this place is not easy to book during the weekends, and service staff seems limited so they are always busy. I like that the manager and the chef do try to engage with the patrons when they have the free time.
 
Nonetheless, the restaurant brings out the great charm and authenticity of real Spanish food, and the interiors are cozy and homely. The price is also pretty reasonable too, for Singapore. Would definitely go back for more!
 
Recommended: Tortilla (egg and potato omelet), Jamon (Spanish ham) platter, chorizos (spicy sausages), albondigas (meat balls), pulpo (marinated octopus), gambas (prawn in spicy garlic sauce), clams and mussels, asparagus and garlic mushrooms, house paella (I hear the seafood paella is great too!). Yes - we had a party of six so we ordered quite a bit. Next time will try the suckling pig and the escargots!
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