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Image Credit : Ola Cocina del Mar Black Paella (Spanish squid ink rice, smoked paprika and red mojo aioli)

Spanish paella – a dish piled with wholesome ingredients, healthy, satisfying and – above all – delicious. based on our readers thoughts, here’s where you can get the best paella Singapore has to offer.

 

La Taperia

La Taperia

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Authentic Spanish cuisine in intimate & cozy surroundings is what you can expect during a visit to La Taperia. Their extremely popular $30 Squid Ink Noodle Paella (prawns & crispy baby squid with aioli sauce) has its customers coming back again and again, but the $66 Paella de Bogavante (lobster, tomato and runner beans) is without a doubt their best dish.

Delicately flavoured and perfectly prepared, get ready to add a new favourite restaurant to your list – there’s no chance you can eat it just once. The very best part is that La Taperia’s paellas are available in larger portions if you want to share. Add to that La Taperia’s affordable drinks and extensive Spanish wines list, and you’re set for an evening of spirited Spanish fun.

A.02-10/11, Shaw Centre, 1 Scotts Rd 228208 

P. +65 6737 8336 W. www.lataperia.com.sg/

 

Esquina

Esquina

Run by Barcelona-born Head Chef Carlos Montobbio, Esquina is a charming homage to the vibrant tapas bars found in Spain. Their $34 Uni & Lobster paella (with saffron aioli & sugar snap peas) is not only aesthetically appealing but lip-smackingly delicious. Head Chef Carlos Montobbio has trained in 3 Michelin-starred restaurants before joining Esquina; a fact that is evidenced in the divine dishes he serves up to customers’ delight. You may also like : Meet Carlos Montobbio of Esquina

A. 16 Jiak Chuan Road 089267 

P. +65 6222 1616 W. www.esquina.com.sg

 

Ola Cocina del Mar

Ola Cocina del Mar

Known almost as well for their warm, family-friendly atmosphere and hospitality as for their food, Ola Cocina del Mar also has an open-concept kitchen, encouraging diners to interact with the chefs as they prepare authentic and consistently delicious Spanish dishes.

Ola Cocina del Mar has a choice of 3 paellas on their menu: the Chicken Paella (Spanish saffron rice, chestnuts, pork sausages, truffle aioli and marinated chicken), the Fideua “Barcelona” (traditional noodle paella with grilled prawns and pork with saffron aioli) and their signature (pictured above) Black Paella (Spanish squid ink rice, smoked paprika and red mojo aioli), a customer favourite. All their paellas go for $38 (with an option to add Boston Lobster to the Black Paella, bringing it up to $52).

A. #01-06, Marina Bay Financial Centre, 12 Marina Boulevard 018981 

P. +65 6604 7050 W. ola.kitchen/

 

FOC Pim Pam

FOC PIM PAM

FOC Pim Pam has quite an extensive menu featuring various Spanish favourites, including a large selection of tapas. FOC believes in providing a complete experience for their customers; so be prepared to find a buzzing and lively ambience as well as a wine list featuring over 300 labels.

As far as their paellas, The traditional Valencian Paella by chef Javi Vicente Rejas is now available, then also guests can choose between the $20 Vegetarian Paella (specially for veg lovers) Squid Ink Paella ($26), Senyoret Paella (with squid and crayfish at $28), the Chicken Fideua (eggplant, chicken thigh and noodles at $22) or their Pork & Scallop Paella at $24. The traditional Valencian Paella by chef Javi Vicente Rejas is also available

A. 442 Orchard Rd, #01-29, Singapore 238879

P. +65 6100 4242 W. focpimpam.com/

 

Binomio

Binomio

Literally translated as “pair” or “duo” in English, Binomio (true to its name) has two different areas: the Tapas Bar and the Fine Dining area. You can get the Fideua Negra (Black ink noodle paella) on their tapas bar tasting menu for $21, but their fine dining area has a choice of 5 different paellas: the $64 Arroz de Verduras (paella with seasonal vegetables), the Arroz Butifarra y Pato (duck ham, butifarra and fava beans at $78), the Arroz Pollo y Chorizo (chicken and chorizo at $69) the Arroz Mar y Montaña (classic chicken and seafood, also at $69) and of course the Arroz Negro (squid ink paella with clams and calamari) at $70.

A. Craig Place, 20 Craig Road 089692 T. +65 6557 0547 W. www.binomio.sg

Comments

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7.5
Richard
ELITE
946 comments
4 February 2020
Authentic Spanish cuisine in intimate & cozy surroundings is what you can expect during a visit to La Taperia. Their extremely popular $30 Squid Ink Noodle Paella (prawns & crispy baby squid with aioli sauce) has its customers coming back again and again, but the $66 Paella de Bogavante (lobster, tomato and runner beans) is without a doubt their best dish.
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7.5
Ronnie
CONNOISSEUR
102 comments
28 January 2020
I have been to Binomio twice in a month and it blows my mind every time I try something new. Service is always so warm with a personal touch and the food is cook to perfection. Fresh, full of flavours. This is now my favourite restaurant for all special Occasion! The scallop foie gras, squid ink paella , iberoco pork chop and razor clams is a must try
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7.5
Emma
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26 comments
25 September 2019
We know nothing about Spanish food except for the usual Tapas, enjoyed our time here at Ola. Dishes were carefully prepared and service was excellent. Shout out to Chef Daniel who popped by our table to say hello. The paella dishes are worth trying ‘The Black Fideua & The new Ola paella w/tiger prawns were super, will come back for the tasting menu next time. Delicious experience.
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