Centred on the concept of the meson, a home-style restaurant in co-owner Maria Sevillano’s native Salamanca in Spain, the newly-renovated My Little Spanish Place certainly has a chill, homey feel to it with its red-brick walls and warm lighting. Five impressive legs of jamon (cured ham, $7-$25 for 25g) from various regions in Spain set the restaurant apart from other Spanish restaurants in town, with dishes created here by co-chef and owner Edward Esmero. In addition to standard Spanish dishes like the potato omelette with alioli ($8), grilled pig’s ears ($19), tapas ($8-$19), and paellas ($36-$88), their all-time favourite suckling pig slow-roasted in white wine and garlic ($79, $139, $249 for a quarter, half, and whole pig respectively) is definitely worth pigging out on. Of course, no Spanish meal would be complete without a good serving of bebidas – on offer here are glasses of house-made sangria ($10-$13) and a selection of Spanish beers, the Estrella Damm ($12, Estrella Dam Inedit ($38, made in collaboration with Ferran Adria) and Estrella Galicia ($12).
|Venue name:||My Little Spanish Place||Contact:|
619 Bukit Timah Road
|Opening hours:||Tue-Fri 12-3pm, 6.30-10pm , Sat & Sun 10.30am-10pm|