The casual restaurant on the buzzy stretch of Ann Siang Road serves up seasonal Mediterranean cuisine in small plates for sharing. Watch the chefs prepare your food right in front you at a dining bar, or opt for the communal table one floor below to pass the plates around. The joint is famous for its sea urchin pudding, which you’ll end up licking clean – trust us, it’s that good. To try more of what it has to offer, opt for the restaurant's new tasting menus. It's priced at $85 for five courses and $110 for seven courses and features dishes like heirloom beets that are both smoked and pickled, and a divine hand-torn pasta dish with black trumpet mushrooms and duck leg confit ragout. While Lolla doesn't offer wine pairings with the tasting menu, its wine list is excellent so you should be able to find a glass or two to wash everything down with.