5Issac Wiy •
08 Apr 2015
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!