Top 15 Spanish Restaurants in Singapore You Should Try
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Top 16 Spanish Restaurants in Singapore You Should Try

You owe it to yourself to indulge in sizzling tapas and authentic paellas even if you’re in the tropical Lion City. That’s why we’ve handpicked the must-try spots that bring a taste of Spain to Singapore.

Here are the best Spanish restaurants in Singapore that are sabroso in every sense!


Address: 10 Dempsey Rd, #01-21, Singapore 247700 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6597295002

Hours: Monday to Sunday, 5.30 PM – 10.30 PM; Thursday to Sunday, 11.30 AM – 3 PM

Price: $$ 


Tinto, a Valencia-inspired restaurant, features a signature dish called fideuà, a noodle-based alternative to paella. But if you prefer the classic version, the menu also includes traditional paella, flavorful Spanish tapas, and a variety of wines.

A full vegetarian menu is also available upon request.

If you like eating near nature, ask to be seated within view of Tinto’s lush conservatory that’s available for intimate events. 

Pro-tip: Go nuts over the free bread basket, as it’s usually warm and fresh from the oven.


Address: 51 Joo Chiat Pl, Singapore 427775 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6598361792

Hours: Monday to Thursday, 5.30 PM-midnight; Friday to Sunday, noon – 2 PM and 5.30 PM-midnight

Price: $$$


Asador, a Spanish grill specialist, features the signature dish cochinillo, which is a whole roasted Spanish suckling pig from Segovia. It has crisp skin, a thin layer of fat, and moist and tender meat that’s perfect for sharing.

The menu showcases various grilled dishes, including glazed Angus beef short ribs. Most of the food is prepared on a Basque-style parilla grill using different wood types for unique flavours.

Pro-tip: There are seafood specials of the day which the staff can advise diners on.


Address: 51 Joo Chiat Pl, Singapore 427775 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6598361792

Hours: Monday to Thursday, 5.30 PM-midnight; Friday to Sunday, oon – 2 PM and 5.30 PM-midnight

Price: $$


Lumbre, meaning fire in Spanish, specialises in grilled cuisine. The lamb rack epitomises the expected flavour, perfectly grilled with a charred, fire-kissed taste.

One of its bestsellers is the charcoal octopus & Iberico pork belly with chorizo foam. The octopus is grilled and slow-cooked in seawater, then paired with the crisp pork belly, all on a bed of frothy Iberico.

Pro-tip: Cap off the meal with Caramelized French Toast, a soft bread butter pudding, accompanied by a scoop of rum and raisin ice cream.

FOC Sentosa

Address: 110 Tanjong Beach Walk, Singapore 098943 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6561001102

Hours: Wednesday, Thursday & Sunday, 11.30 AM – 10.30 PM; Fridays and Saturdays, 11.30 AM – 11 PM

Price: $$$


FOC Sentosa offers a vibrant Mediterranean experience on Singapore’s premier beach. Diners can enjoy fresh grilled seafood, flavourful paellas, and signature cocktails.

Its seafood paella is a standout, bursting with flavour and pleasant texture. For appetisers, try the grilled prawns served on a sizzling skillet with tender prawns in fragrant garlic oil.

Pro-tip: Order the delicious fish and chips and char-grilled portobello for an elevated beach dining experience. 


Address: Floor 1 Duxton Plain Park, 55 Keong Saik Rd., #01-03, Singapore 089158 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6562210522

Hours: Daily (except Mondays), noon – 2.30 PM and 6 – 10.30 PM

Price: $$$


One of the first things you’ll notice about Olivia’s is its chic interior. It was visualised and executed by Barcelona-based designer Rosa-Violán to capture the Mediterranean essence.

For starters, we recommend the lobster avocado roll which is a luxurious creation adorned with flowers and fish eggs. If you’re feeling adventurous dessert-wise, try the blue cheese cheesecake which has a bold and distinctive taste.

Pro-tip: Romantic ambience, check. Gorgeously plated Spanish food, check. A wide wine menu, check. The verdict: this is a great date place.

Pura Brasa

Address: Guoco Tower, 5 Wallich St, #01-16, Singapore 078883 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6563869678

Hours: Daily, noon – 11 PM

Price: $$


Savour Spanish-inspired tapas and mains at Pura Brasa’s modern 120-seater venue, which is ideal for both large and intimate gatherings. The restaurant uses a Michelin chef-approved 500 kg cast iron oven, which imparts a smoky flavour to its dishes. 

It’s especially evident in its signature half-metre Spanish pork ribs, cooked at low temperature for moistness and finished at 400 degrees for a crunchy crust!

Pro-tip: Reservations are a must, as Pura Brasa can easily get crowded.

Micasa Kitchen and Bar

Address: 102C Jln Jurong Kechil, #01-01, Singapore 598602 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6564630263

Hours: Monday to Sunday, 5.45 PM – 10 PM; Friday to Sunday, 11.45 AM – 2.30 PM

Price: $$


Micasa, inspired by the popular expression “Mi casa es su casa,” entices with homestyle Spanish and Italian dishes. Its warm interiors feature wooden tables and an open kitchen that create a homely ambience.

The pork cheek with mustard dressing is a meat lover’s delight, featuring soft, creamy meat with lingering flavour. And don’t miss the Asian-flavored seafood paella—a fusion of European ingredients with Asian flair.

Pro-tip: The classic churros get a refreshing twist with lemon curd flavours.

The Winery Tapas

Address: 30 Victoria St, #B1-05 CHIJMES, Singapore 187996 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6583888850

Hours: Monday to Thursday, 4.30 PM – 1 AM; Fridays and Saturdays, 4.30 PM – 2 AM

Price: $$


The Winery Tapas is a contemporary restaurant specialising in tapas and wines. It has a charming ambience brought on by colonial-inspired architecture and a church-like vibe.

You can start with the cheese platter which offers sweet, crunchy, and savoury elements. If you can’t get enough of lobster, try the restaurant’s lobster paella which is so infused with the crustacean’s broth that you can taste it in every bite. 

Pro-tip: Each waiter doubles as a sommelier here, so don’t be afraid to ask for wine recommendations. 

Paella Projects

Address: 114 Lavender St., CTHUB2 #01-14, Singapore 338729 (Google Maps)

Contact: Order form

Hours: Wednesday to Sunday, noon – 9 PM

Price: $$


Paella Projects, a delivery-only brand, offers exceptional Spanish cuisine specialising in paella, fideuàs, tapas, and desserts. Despite being delivery-only, the authenticity rivals brick-and-mortar Spanish restaurants in Singapore.

It also has vegetarian options. For voracious meat eaters, the chicken/chorizo paella is a must-try.

Pro-tip: With beautiful packaging and an incredible aroma, it’s a special option for parties.

Next Door Spanish Cafe

Address: 699 E Coast Rd, Singapore 459061 (Google Maps)

Contact: +65 8168 4009

Hours: Monday to Thursday, 5 PM – 11 PM; Friday to Saturday, noon – 11.30 PM; Sundays, noon – 11 PM

Price: $$


Situated in picturesque Siglap, Next Door Spanish Cafe offers an authentic taste of Spain with classic dishes like tortilla de patatas (Spanish omelette) and the tasty paella de marisco, a classic seafood paella.

Plant-based highlights include Brussels sprouts with sweet and salty flavours, topped with crispy bits. The menu also offers other vegetarian tapas and paella options.

Pro-tip: The head chef changes the menu frequently, providing a reason to return and try more.


Address: 87 Amoy St, Singapore 069906 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6596205626

Hours: Daily (except Sundays), noon – 2.30 PM and 5.30 -10.30 PM

Price: $$


Kulto features a stylish interior with an open kitchen, creating a casual atmosphere. Fast service makes it an excellent choice for a business lunch.

For a brunch-like treat, try the Ibérico chorizo, confit potatoes & soft eggs featuring silky yolk over soft spuds, chewy chorizo, and caramelised onions. Meanwhile, the Jamon Ibérico croquettes burst with creamy béchamel and intensely savoury ham.

Pro-tip: Try the refreshing Casa Sangria to round off a rich meal.

Tapas, 24

Address: 60 Robertson Quay, #01-04 The Quayside, Singapore 238252 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6565136810

Hours: Tuesday and Wednesday, 5 PM-midnight; Mondays and Thursday to Sunday, noon-midnight

Price: $$


Tapas 24, the iconic Barcelona tapas bar, has opened its first Asian outpost at Robertson Quay. 

Helmed by Michelin-starred Chef Carles Abellán, the Singapore branch is led by Chef Carolina Garcia Santamaria, a protégé with over a decade of experience in Spanish cuisine.

A must-try: gambas al ajilio, featuring simple ingredients like garlic, olive oil, and fresh Tiger prawns, best enjoyed with bread.

Pro-tip: The weekday afternoon free-flow promotion is great for those interested in day drinking.


Address: 16 Jiak Chuan Rd, Singapore 089267 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6562221616

Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, noon – 2.30 PM and 6 – 11 PM

Price: $$$


Opened in 2011, Esquina is helmed by Barcelona native chef Carlos Montobbio who embraces a modern approach to tapas with experimental flavours and premium ingredients. 

The restaurant’s signature dishes include suckling pig with rhubarb and apple chutney, and the cheekily-named BBC with beer ice cream, banana, and caramel. 

The grilled Galician octopus is also a must-try, served with grilled corn sauce and green chimichurri.

Pro-tip: Celebrating an anniversary or birthday? Let the servers know, as there’s usually a complimentary dessert!

My Little Spanish Place

Address: 619 Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore 269720 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6564632810

Hours: Tuesday to Friday, 6.30 – 10.30 PM; Saturdays and Sundays, noon – 3 PM and 6.30 – 10.30 PM

Price: $$


At My Little Spanish Place, diners can savour classic favourites like pulpo de la casa—grilled octopus seasoned with pimento, sea salt, and olive oil. Its seafood paella has perfectly cooked rice with a nice charred taste.

The rustic and cosy ambience, with brick walls and warm lighting, enhances the dining experience at this low-key restaurant. The Spanish music playing in the background helps set the mood, too.

Pro-tip: Indulge in churros paired with vanilla ice cream and a delightful burnt salted caramel.

UNA at The Alkaff Mansion

Address: 10 Telok Blangah Green, Level 2, Singapore 109178

Contact: +65 8126 8844; [email protected]

Hours: Lunch (Set Menu only) Tue – Fri: 12pm – 2.30pm (Last Order: 1.30pm); Dinner Tue – Sun: 6-10.30pm (Last Order: 9.30pm)

Price: Check their website for the full pricing


At UNA, we were delighted with their Spanish restaurant services. Their team provided attentive service and made us feel welcome from the moment we arrived. We enjoyed the authentic flavors and variety of dishes on their menu.

The quality of UNA’s food was exceptional. Every dish we tried was fresh, flavorful, and beautifully presented. We were impressed by the attention to detail and commitment to using high-quality ingredients.

In terms of efficiency, UNA excelled in providing a smooth dining experience. They promptly seated us upon arrival and ensured that our orders were taken promptly. Their staff was friendly and efficient in serving our meals.

When it comes to cost, UNA offers reasonable pricing for their Spanish cuisine. We found the portions to be generous and the prices to be fair considering the quality of food and service. Their menu offers options to suit various budgets without compromising on taste.

Overall, our experience at UNA was fantastic. They delivered excellent service, delicious food, and a welcoming atmosphere. We would highly recommend UNA to anyone looking for authentic Spanish cuisine.

Our dining experience at UNA left us thoroughly satisfied and eager to return. Their dedication to providing a memorable experience was evident in every aspect of our visit. We look forward to enjoying more delicious meals at UNA in the future.

Pro-tip: Guests are reminded to adhere to our dress code of smart formal attire.


Address: 16 Stanley St, Singapore 068735 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6562212134

Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 11.45 AM -3 PM and 6 – 11 PM

Price: $$$


Opened in 2017, Restaurant Gaig is the international outpost of the Michelin-starred Barcelona original by chef Carles Gaig. It specialises in nose-to-tail gastronomy to minimise food waste.

For those with a more adventurous palate, inventive dishes like deep-fried calf brains are on the menu. A summer favourite, salmorejo soup with burrata and jamón ice cream, also provides a playful treat for the tastebuds. 

Pro-tip: Pair your meal with a glass or two of wine from the extensive but carefully categorised predominantly Spanish wine list.