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37 Best Spanish Restaurants In Singapore [2024]

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Best Spanish Restaurant Singapore
Best Spanish Restaurant Singapore

Spain is rich in culture and history, and it’s no secret that many of our favorite foods originated from this country. This is the country that has been making waves in the culinary world for centuries. The Spanish cuisine, with its robust flavors and diversity of ingredients, has long made it one of the most sought-after cuisines worldwide. In Singapore, there are plenty of excellent Spanish restaurants to choose from. This list features the best Spanish restaurants in Singapore for you to try out!

Key Consideration Factors

Before getting into the best Spanish Restaurants in Singapore, here are some consideration factors to remember:

  • Quality of food: Food quality is one of the most important factors to consider when choosing a restaurant. Look for consistent, high-quality dishes and make sure they are cooked properly.
  • Service: The service should be courteous, attentive and professional.
  • Atmosphere: A pleasant atmosphere can really make or break a dining experience. Look for restaurants with comfortable seating, good lighting, and an inviting ambiance.
  • Price: Make sure to look for value for money in terms of price and the quality of food being served.
  • Location: Choose a restaurant that is conveniently located and easy to get to.

Best Spanish Restaurant Singapore

1. La Taperia

La Taperia - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: La Taperia)
La Taperia – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: La Taperia)

If you want to experience something of Spain on your bucket list, visit La Tapería by the Les Amis Group in Shaw Centre, which was recognized with an award.

This Spanish club, which opened in October 2014, features a lively Spanish vibe with its roaring Spanish specialties, reasonable drinks, and enthusiastic Spanish ambiance.

The food is Spanish in the classic sense, but with so many great dishes to choose from, we’re sure you’ll be making a reservation.

Key ServicesClassic Spanish Dishes
AddressShaw Centre #02-10/11, 1 Scotts Road, Singapore 228208
Phone6737 8336
Operating Hours Lunch Service: Monday to Sunday: 11.30 am – 2.30 pm (Last pick up) (Last order 2 pm), Dinner Service: Monday to Sunday: 5.30 pm – 7.30 pm (Last pick up), (Last order 7 pm)

Client Testimonial

Had their set lunch. Service is great and the food was superb. The pork pluma is very tender. Octopus leg was perfectly executed. Was celebrating a birthday and they gave us a complimentary marquesa de chocolate cake which was one of the best chocolate cake I had. Very happy with the visit! Highly recommended.


2. Binomio

Binomio - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Binomio)
Binomio – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Binomio)

Binomio Spanish Restaurant, like its name indicates, is made up of both a casual Tapas Bar and a more formal fine dining room. This duality makes it the ideal location for everything – from a dinner party to a more casual social gathering.

The tavern has a wide selection of both Spanish and international cuisine, including home-grown specialties by their executive chef Gonzalo Landin. You’ll be pleasantly surprised to discover that the meals are expertly prepared and artfully presented, with flavor, texture, appearance, and color balanced.

The menu is refreshed at least four times a year, and daily specials are prepared with regionally available produce. Expect to find authentic Spanish specialties on the menu, such as tapas, as well as seafood and seafood paella, meat, paella varieties, stews, and other dishes.

Key ServicesWide selection of Spanish and International Cuisine
Address20 Craig Rd,  #01-02 Craig Place, Singapore 089692
Phone6557 0547
Operating HoursMonday – Friday: 12 pm – 2 pm, 5.30 pm – 10 pm, Saturday: 5.30 pm – 10 pm only, Sunday: 12 pm – 3 pm, 5.30 pm – 9.30 pm

Client Testimonial

Nice ambience! Food may seem a bit pricey but they were reasonably portioned and very yummy! The service staff are prompt and gave very good recommendations to the wine and food. We might have over ordered a bit for 4. On hindsight, I might have kept the set of 5 tapas, skip the paella and instead get 2 or 3 desserts to share.

Cheryl Tan

3. Esquina

Esquina - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Esquina)
Esquina – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Esquina)

It’s as if you’ve been whisked to the center of Spain without a passport at Esquina. Their cuisine is influenced by Spanish and Catalan traditions, led by Barcelona-native Head Chef Carlos Montobbio.

The menu now includes Spanish and Catalan influences, with a range of snacks, veggies, seafood, meat, and desserts available. The Iberico croquetas are worth a try; the Spanish suckling pig belly and chocolate fondant are wonderful as well. Choose the tasting menu to sample a little of everything from beginning to end.

Customers rave that dining at the chef’s counter adds a unique touch to the meal. If you’re visiting, be prepared to encounter some of the best food on Instagram.

Key ServicesSpanish and Catalan traditions-inspired cuisine
Address16 Jiak Chuan Rd, Singapore 089267
Phone+65 6222 1616
Operating HoursLunch Service: Tuesday to Saturday: 12pm – 2.30pm (last seating 2pm), Dinner Service: Tuesday to Saturday: 6pm – 10.30pm (last seating 10pm)

Client Testimonial

a week agoNEWThis is such a lovely Spanish restaurant that serves splendid tapas, paella and desserts! I’ve heard great reviews for Esquina for the longest time, and this place does not disappoint ❤️ The people are as lovely as the food, or if not, lovelier – taking the time to explain what made up the dishes, and how best to savour them. Deets in the pics. Everything that we ordered were so delicious. Total damage for two: $130. Will definitely be back to try more tapas, and for the prawn paella


4. FOC Sentosa

FOC Sentosa - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: FOC Sentosa)
FOC Sentosa – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: FOC Sentosa)

FOC Singapore is a 5-star resort located at the eastern end of Palawan Beach, where bright interiors and spectacular vistas of the lagoon abound.

When the sun sets, this restaurant transforms from a pleasant afternoon getaway to a romantic nighttime escape. The paella is highly recommended, with its squid ink and Iberico pork options, but don’t forget to complement your meal with grilled meats, gorgeous tapas, and delicate desserts such as lemon pie FOC-style.

This is the place for those that want to spend a day at the beach and enjoy some incredible cuisine and summer beverages! Bring your friends, including fuzzy pals (your pets), with you to enjoy great vibes while dining.

Key ServicesSpanish restaurant at Palawan Beach
Address110 Tanjong Beach Walk, 098943 Sentosa Singapore
Phone+65 6100 1102
Operating HoursMonday – Sunday: 12 pm-10.30 pm

Client Testimonial

We had a really nice dinner at FOC last night. The place looks lovely with all the lights and the fact that it’s right on the beach makes it special. Service staff is friendly. We got a nice table outside not too far from the pool and the beach. The table was nice and spacious. The truffle fries were okay (we prefer thin fries versus wedges), burrata was on point, the prawns were fresh and flavourful, the squid ink paella was super delicious, the charred octopus was a bit too charred for our liking so we had to return it. The wine was nice, which was the same we had in the other FOC restaurant. Overall it was another memorable dining experience after a fine fun food day.


5. UNA at The Alkaff Mansion

UNA at The Alkaff Mansion - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: UNA at The Alkaff Mansion)
UNA at The Alkaff Mansion – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: UNA at The Alkaff Mansion)

Prepare to make a reservation — UNA is the place to go if you’re looking for genuine Spanish cuisine.

The cuisine is novel and contemporary, combining genuine signature dishes from the South of Spain with hearty dishes from the North, achieving nutritious and robust tastes through modern cooking methodologies.

Tapas, paellas, and Parilla specialties are just a few of the exciting things on the menu at this lively restaurant. The service is excellent, and there’s always something new to try.

Key ServicesAuthentic Spanish Dishes
Address10 Telok Blangah Green, Level 2, Singapore 109178
Phone+65 8126 8844
Operating HoursTuesday-Sunday: 6 pm-10.30 pm (Last Order: 10 pm)

Client Testimonial

Great ambience at The Alkaff Mansion. Food was wonderful (If unsure what to order, just ask the staff. They gave us very good recommendations), and the service was excellent. Being a Spanish restaurant, the must have is the Paella (their signature one). We were there to celebrate a birthday, and they gave us a free slice of birthday cake, which was a very tasty burnt cheesecake. All in all, we had a wonderful time at Una, and will certainly return there to taste the rest of the menu.

Harry Tan

6. Tapas Club

Tapas Club - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Tapas Club)
Tapas Club – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Tapas Club)

Looking for genuine and cost-effective Spanish restaurants in Singapore? You’ve come to the correct location. Tapas Club pays homage to Spain with its vibrant ambiance and an ever-changing menu that uses seasonal ingredients. A meal here will satisfy your hunger, whether you’re in the mood for cold cuts and tapas on toast or Mediterranean salads and paellas. Psst: The garlic prawns with crispy breadsticks are a must-try!

Key ServicesFestive Spanish Cuisine
AddressMultiple locations including Orchard Central and VivoCity.
Phone+65 6602 8081
Operating HoursFor Orchard Central and Vivocity outlets: Mondays to Thursdays: 12 pm to 3 pm, 5 pm to 11 pm, Fridays & eve of PHs: 12 pm to 3 pm, 5 pm to 12 am, Saturdays: 12 pm to 12 am, Sundays & PHs: 12 pm to 11 pm 

Client Testimonial

Delicious food, cosy ambience.

Melissa Ann Tan 

7. Sabio by The Sea

Sabio by The Sea - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Sabio by The Sea)
Sabio by The Sea – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Sabio by The Sea)

Sabio by the Sea offers a wide range of Spanish dishes at an affordable price. With its name implying, you’ll enjoy a serene waterfront view while dining. Choose from a broad range of hot and cold tapas ($8-$21) as well as various meats and seafood on the Josper Grill.

Nothing beats the calming sea air like the Paella de Pescado, which includes fresh ingredients from the sea like squid, seabass, mussels, clams, and shrimp.

Key ServicesVariety of Spanish Cuisine
Address01-02, Quayside Isle, Sentosa Cove, 31 Ocean Way, Singapore 098375
Phone6690 7500
Operating HoursMonday-Thursday: 5 pm – 10:30 pm, Friday: 12 pm – 11 pm, Saturday: 11:30 am – 11 pm, Sunday: 11:30 am – 10:30 pm

Client Testimonial

Our squid ink paella! Vibes and ambience were on point – the breeze, view and pace of Quayside Isle made for a welcomed breather from the city’s frenetic pace. Al fresco is the way to go. Service was attentive and friendly. The food was v reasonable for its quality, and portion sizes quite generous too. All in all, great experience at Sabio. Would definitely recommend Sabio for a date night.

Kiona Loo

8. My Little Spanish Place

My Little Spanish Place - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: My Little Spanish Place)
My Little Spanish Place – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: My Little Spanish Place)

Since 2010, My Little Spanish Place has been serving customers, and the excellent service, high-quality cuisine, and family-friendly atmosphere have stayed unchanged.

Spanish ham (hand-carved to order), cheeses such as Manchego and rarer Catalonia Romero, and delectable signature dishes like the Grilled Octopus Leg with Red Pepper & Saffron Potato Purées ($38) are all good reasons to dine there. A decent range of Spanish wines, including quality sangria and Spanish Cava.

Key ServicesDelectable Spanish Cuisine
Address619 Bukit Timah Rd., 269720 / 54 Boat Quay, 049843
Phone6463 2810 / 6532 0665
Operating HoursTuesday-Friday: 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm, Saturday-Sunday: 12 pm to 2:30 pm and 6:30 to 10:30 pm

Client Testimonial

Lovely cosy restaurant! We enjoyed our dinner date here very much. My favorite out of all the dishes we ordered was the bikini. Very tasty! Gambas was good too and went well with the bread. Oh, and the wine was very to our liking!! We will definitely go back.

Kimberly Chew

9. Restaurant Gaig

Restaurant Gaig - Spanish Restaurant Singapore  (Credit: Restaurant Gaig)
Restaurant Gaig – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Restaurant Gaig)

The Singaporean outpost of the one Michelin-starred eatery in Barcelona, led by celebrity chef Carles Gaig, is located here. The restaurant at Tanjong Pagar isn’t stuffy or pretentious; instead, it’s warm and inviting. The unusual Cannelloni from La Giogaig ($16.50), a pasta dish with pork and foie gras encased in a creamy truffle sauce, is one of the restaurant’s most famous dishes. It’s a family recipe that has been passed down for more than 170 years.

The mains include a black squid ink and seafood Fideuà ($32.50), which is packed with umami ocean tastes. The Michelin-starred chef tries to visit his Singapore restaurant at least twice a year, so if you’re in town during those times, expect seasonal dishes on the menu.

Key ServicesAuthentic Spanish Cuisine
Address16 Stanley Street, Singapore 068735
Phone6221 2134
Operating HoursMonday-Saturday: 12 noon to 2 pm and 6 pm to 10 pm 

Client Testimonial

10 months agoVery delicious and well priced (for a relatively upscale place). We’ll definitely come back.
Enjoyed every dish, but the The ox tail paella was a revelation. So much umami!
Many nice restaurants will disappoint with their deserts, but the two that we had here were very well done. Not overly sweet, not a confusing amalgamation of flavours, not too experimental.

Darren Koh

10. Pura Brasa

 Pura Brasa - Spanish Restaurant Singapore  (Credit: Pura Brasa)
Pura Brasa – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Pura Brasa)

At Pura Brasa, the experience begins with the eyes and stomach. The restaurant is quite modern, with an open kitchen concept for guests to enjoy a one-of-a-kind dining experience.

The menu has a large, well-plated selection of dishes, ranging from tapas to burgers, all of which are cooked over charcoal.

This is a fantastic spot to eat in for both lunch and dinner, and their employees provide quick and pleasant service.

Key ServicesWide selection of Spanish dishes
Address5 Wallich St., #01-16, 078883
Phone6386 9678
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: 12 pm – 11 pm

Client Testimonial

Had a birthday dinner celebration here and it was awesome! The hostess was very attentive, changed our table to a more kids friendly when she knew we had a kid coming. The sangria was great, not too sweet. All the foods were delicious, only the padron peppers were too salty. We also had a comp cake from the team which was very much appreciated. We will be back


11. Don Quijote

Don Quijote - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Don Quijote)
Don Quijote – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Don Quijote)

This Dempsey mainstay, which is a bit more formal than other choices on this list, has a family-style dining atmosphere — with kids’ plates and table settings to fit a variety of tastes. From tapas standards such as Patatas Bravas ($8), to hearty meals such as Paellas in all sizes and dietary restrictions, you can find something for everyone here.

You’ll find a variety of meals, from tapas to salads and pastas. Don Quijote is a fantastic place for weekend brunch. With their array of tapas, salads, Catalan-style pasta, and exotic main courses like the Stewed Pigs Feet with White Beans, you won’t go hungry.

Key ServicesFamily Style Dining Spanish Restaurant
Address18 Toh Yi Drive, #01-97, 590018
Phone6476 2811
Operating HoursTuesday-Sunday: 11 am to 2 pm and 6 pm to 9 p.m.

Client Testimonial

Tried them when they were in Dempsey a few years ago. Food is still as good as before.

Though situated in a coffee shop now, the place seems busy as ever. Nice addition of Spanish cuisine in the neighbourhood.

Simply loved the clams cooked with wine and garlic, it was plum and juicy

Choon T

12. Ola Cocina Del Mar

  Ola Cocina Del Mar - Spanish Restaurant Singapore  (Credit: Ola Cocina Del Mar)
Ola Cocina Del Mar – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Ola Cocina Del Mar)

Your trip to Ola Cocina Del Mar isn’t only about the cuisine. The kitchen at this Spanish eatery in Singapore is seen as the restaurant’s heart. That means you’ll be able to observe how chefs sauté and flambé their way around the burner.The restaurant’s name, which is derived from the owner’s first name, hints at its culinary focus. Seafood is the main speciality, with a heavy emphasis on fresh seasonal produce. Catch of the day paella, suckling pig, and Spanish pork jowl are among the standout dishes. Don’t go crazy though; save room for churros with warm chocolate sauce and tres leches cake with pineapple compote.

Key ServicesOpen Kitchen Spanish Restaurant
Address01-06, Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3, 12 Marina Boulevard, Singapore 018982
Phone+65 6604 7050
Operating HoursPermanently Closed
  • Key Services: Open Kitchen Spanish Restaurant
  • Address: #01-06, Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3, 12 Marina Boulevard, Singapore 018982
  • Phone: +65 6604 7050
  • Operating Hours: Permanently Closed

Client Testimonial

Came here for dinner on a weekday – even then it’ll require a reservation, since they are so popular. So I’d recommend booking ahead of time! We really enjoyed the food here. Even the dishes with simple ingredients were very flavourful and well prepared. The ambience was also nice great for unwinding. Would definitely be back!


13. My Little Tapas Bar

 My Little Tapas Bar - Spanish Restaurant Singapore  (Credit: My Little Tapas Bar)
My Little Tapas Bar – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: My Little Tapas Bar)

This sibling eatery to My Little Spanish Place is just as warm and inviting. Start your Spanish dining journey with tapas plates before moving on to paella, jamón, or cheese. The mains are great, too – a grilled ribeye steak with red chimichurri sauce and a lot of fries is never a bad option.

Key ServicesTabas Bar, Spanish dishes
Address14 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069694
Phone+65 6223 8048
Operating HoursMonday to Sunday: 5:00pm – 10:30pm

Client Testimonial

Cozy place with nice ambience. Food was great! Highlights for me were the paella (need to be ordered 40min in advance) and gambas al ajillo. I am addicted to the sauce!

yeo shumian

14. Kulto

Kulto - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Kulto)
Kulto – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Kulto)

Kulto is one of the best Spanish restaurants in town. With a focus on high-quality products and reasonable prices, Kulto offers an elevated Spanish cuisine experience at an affordable price. Head Chef José Alonso, who was born and bred in Rioja, Spain, brings his brand of culinary alchemy and heritage to Kulto. In his view, fresh produce and ingredients add a wonderful taste to dishes.

When you come to eat here, wear pants with an elastic waistband since your tummy will undoubtedly need greater space as you help yourself to those delectable extra servings.

Key ServicesAffordable Spanish Restaurant
Address87 Amoy St, Singapore 069906
Phone+65 96205626
Operating HoursMonday to Saturday: 12:00 pm – 2:30 pm, 5:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Client Testimonial

First time at Kulto. Service was great, the staff were friendly and very attentive. Food was great, all the tapas especially the cheese with truffle and honey was really really good. Really enjoyed the pork ribs and the octopus as well. Great place!

Kerry Lau

15. FOC by Nandu Jubany

 FOC by Nandu Jubany - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: FOC by Nandu Jubany)
FOC by Nandu Jubany – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: FOC by Nandu Jubany)

For a more personal experience complemented by groovy music and front-row views of all the action in the open kitchen, visit FOC on Hongkong Street. Paella is available in three different varieties: squid ink, suckling pig, and scallops or vegetarian, as well as a variety of tapas including Iberico ham, croquettes, patatas bravas, and more. Sharing platters are big enough to satisfy even the hungriest guest. A traditional cocktail is required.

Key ServicesWide range of Spanish dishes
Address40 Hongkong Street, Singapore 059679
Phone+65 6100 4040
Operating HoursTuesday – Saturday: Lunch: 12:00-15:30 (last order for lunch 13:45), Dinner: 18:00-22:30, Sunday: 18:00 – 22:30, Closed on Mondays

Client Testimonial

Worth a visit.. very accommodating staff, good selection, great quality. I found the small dishes to be the most flavorful, interesting, and of good value — the scrambled eggs iberico ham comes at the top of my list. They also have an extensive list of drinks which would require another visit, but the Old Fashioned was done nicely with strong and pleasant smoky, sweet, mild citrus flavors.

Francis Del Rosario

16. F1rst Grill Gastronomic

  F1rst Grill Gastronomic - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: F1rst Grill Gastronomic)
F1rst Grill Gastronomic – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: F1rst Grill Gastronomic)

The F1rst Grill, which opened in June 2019, is one of the many restaurants that prepare your favorite zi char meals in a charcoal-grilled oven. The restaurant has several storefronts, which might be confusing. This is the front of the restaurant (not the dessert stand).

Jay, William, and Jeff set out to open an exceptional American diner utilizing the strengths of their expertise in hospitality. They were previously employed at a Spanish restaurant, and they discovered firsthand how the Josper charcoal oven from Spain enhanced the flavor of food and the Spanish gastronomy by adding a smoky depth to it.

They were inspired by their family’s traditional cooking methods, which they wanted to adapt the modern cooking techniques. Despite the fact that the three individuals intended to start their own Western stall, they opted for an Asian flavor profile by utilizing the charcoal oven in their recipes.

Key ServicesCharcoal-Grilled Oven Spanish Dish
Address18 Pahang St, Singapore 198615
Phone+65 8797 8364
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: 11:30 am – 10:30 pm

Client Testimonial

Great food, ambience and service. Food portions are big too. Redeemed discount through Burpple so it was really value-for-money.

Shi Jun Neo

17. Olivia Restaurant & Lounge

 Olivia Restaurant & Lounge - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Olivia Restaurant & Lounge)
Olivia Restaurant & Lounge – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Olivia Restaurant & Lounge)

The décor of the Olivia Restaurant is a modern and traditional combination. It still looked fresh and new after two years. The open kitchen is at the center of the restaurant. On three sides, it is flanked by an U-shaped dining area.

The Olivia Restaurant’s wine list has a decent selection of wines. They begin at around $90 per bottle and go up to about $100 or more. Spanish wines are common in the list as one would anticipate in a Spanish restaurant. Here are photos of some samples from the Olivia Restaurant’s wine menu.

Key ServicesOpen Kitchen Spanish Restaurant
Address55 Keong Saik Rd., Singapore 089158
Phone+65 6221 0522
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: 12 pm – 2:30 pm, 6 pm – 10:30 pm

Client Testimonial

wonderful experience! decided to head to Olivia for an early birthday celebration before the dining restriction. started off with a warm welcome from the staff and the food did not disappoint. the meat were nicely done and everyone including my kids love it. to top it off, the cheesecake was perfect!

Dean Tan

18. Moosehead

Moosehead - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Moosehead)
Moosehead – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Moosehead)

Moosehead Kitchen-Bar, located near Telok Ayer Road’s edge, is the brainchild of Glen and Daniel Ballis, along with Chef Manuel Valero Ruiz. The restaurant bar serves lunch and dinner menus inspired by their travels; by night it transforms into an effortlessly cosy bar, featuring a selection of exotic and craft beers.

Don’t be fooled by the modest shopfront, however. Its interior includes more intricate features: a mish-mash of global cuisines and odd renovated furnishings.

The greatest approach to enjoy everything on the plate is to order and share it like you would at a tapas bar. Everyone may sample a little of everything this way. Moosehead’s menu varies frequently to keep things fresh, but some traditional dishes include grilled octopus and beef onglet.

Key ServicesSpanish restaurant bar
Address110 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068579
Phone+65 6636 8055
Operating HoursMonday-Saturday: 11:30 am – 2 pm, 6 pm – 10:30 pm

Client Testimonial

Was recommended this place, and it didn’t fail. Through the reviews and recommendation, we tried the ravioli and burger. Ordered the roasted cauliflower as well. Basically everything on the menu looks worth a try. The roasted cauliflower is really quite exceptional and the burger is succulent. The ravioli has a really interesting taste which springs some familiarity yet quite unable to pinpoint what is it. Didn’t get to try the dates though it seems really good. Need to be back for more.

Jing Pei Lin

19. Asador

Asador - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Asador)
Asador – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Asador)

Founded by the same team behind Next Door Spanish Cafe, Asador is set to be the place to be for a great night out in the East Coast area. Here, dig into delectable dishes like the Huevos con Chorizo y Trufa, a beautifully slow-cooked organic egg in a dome of truffle mashed potato, Chorizo, and asparagus, as well as the Cochinillo Asado, a deliciously charred roasted Spanish suckling pig that’s perfect for sharing.

Asador is now daily for takeaways & deliveries from 11:30 am to 9:30 pm

Key ServicesSpanish Restaurant
Address51 Joo Chiat Pl, Singapore 427775
Phone+65 9836 1792
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: 11:30 am – 9:30 pm

Client Testimonial

Great food and service! A nice place to catch up with friends. Very nice restaurant. Love the simple deco but attention to details. Food were tasty and done well! Thank you so much! Keep up the great job! Highly recommended!


20. Cuba Libre

Cuba Libre - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Cuba Libre)
Cuba Libre – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Cuba Libre)

The energetic Cuban eatery and watering hole Cuba Libre Café & Bar, which is known for its mojitos and salsa dancing, has opened a third location at Frasers Tower along Cecil Street in Singapore.

The latest addition to Singapore’s growing list of healthy eateries is The Gluten-Free Treats, which serves customers in the Central Business District (CBD). With influences from Peru, Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela, Colombia, Costa Rica, Portugal, and Spain, the newest offering offers nutritious and hearty contemporary Latin American cuisine.

The Cuba Libre is a 70-seater restaurant that offers meals 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It will concentrate more on its wide variety of cuisine than the Clarke Quay and Kuala Lumpur siblings, whose Latino bands and dancing are popular with the Saturday night party crowd.

Key ServicesInternational Cuisine
Address3B River Valley Rd, Clarke Quay Blk B, #01-13, Singapore 179021
Phone+65 8418 0203
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: 10 am – 4:30 pm

Client Testimonial

nice place to relex meet all good staff and friendly chill… thanx you see you guys again And the best mojito is singapore MUST TRY!!!


21. Basque Kitchen by Aitor

Basque Kitchen by Aitor - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Basque Kitchen by Aitor)
Basque Kitchen by Aitor – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Basque Kitchen by Aitor)

This Barcelona-style restaurant, which has earned the title of Singapore’s first Basque-centric eatery, is now open at The Fullerton Waterboat House. Settle in at the 38-seater fine dining restaurant’s viewing area and enjoy the tasting menu’s beautifully presented dishes while enjoying views of the waterfront. Alternatively, have a relaxed evening at their Pintxos Bar with a glass of champagne in your hand.

Key ServicesBasque restaurant
Address3 Fullerton Rd, #02-01/02/03 The Fullerton Waterboat House, Singapore 049215
Phone6224 2232
Operating HoursTue: 12:00 – 14:30, 18:00 – 00:00
Wed, Thu, Fri: 12:00 – 14:30, 18:00 – 23:00
Sat: 12:00 – 14:30, 18:30 – 23:30
Closed on Mon & Sun

Client Testimonial

Lovely balance of familiar yet surprising tastes and textures. Was pleasantly surprised how much I enjoyed every course and was lucky with the weather too!

Juliana Mohd Hashir

22. Tapas 24

Tapas 24 - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Tapas 24)
Tapas 24 – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Tapas 24)

Tapas 24 has long been drawing large crowds since it began in 2006, and its petite plates have helped to make it a culinary destination for locals and tourists. The first Asia outlet of this much-loved restaurant may now be found along the breezy banks of Robertson Quay. A simple supper of a hearty soup might be had with some cold images of Andalusian Gazpacho, which is blended with Roma tomatoes; and tiny pieces of Pan Con Tomate, where the cracks in the thick Catalonian coca bread help to retain pockets of oil and juicy fruit.

Key ServicesTapas bar & restaurant
Address60 Robertson Quay, #01-04 The Quayside Singapore, Singapore 238252
Phone9821 8471
Operating HoursTue – Sat: 12:00 – 00:00
Sun: 12:00 – 23:00
Closed on Mon

Client Testimonial

Great food ! Most importantly my family loves it ❤️

Josephine Yim

23. BAM! Restaurant

BAM! Restaurant - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: BAM! Restaurant)
BAM! Restaurant – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: BAM! Restaurant)

Pepe Moncayo’s Tapas reinvents Spanish cuisine with Japanese tastes and aromas, and is served with sake on a roller coaster ride that you won’t soon forget. It’s an omakase-only restaurant where the chef creates four courses for about $98, plus any drinks you want to complement your meal.

Shiso leaf tempura is one of the most popular items on the menu. DISHES The shiso leaf tempura is a seasonal dish that changes frequently, but it’s worth seeking out. A smear of tomato tartare is sandwiched between shiso leaves, which are then deep-fried and seasoned with a touch of Japanese herbal zing.

Key ServicesTapas bar & restaurant
Address60 Robertson Quay, #01-04 The Quayside Singapore, Singapore 238252
Phone9821 8471
Operating HoursTue – Sat: 12:00 – 00:00
Sun: 12:00 – 23:00
Closed on Mon

Client Testimonial

Great food ! Most importantly my family loves it ❤️

Josephine Yim

24. Pim Pam by FOC

Pim Pam by FOC - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Pim Pam by FOC)
Pim Pam by FOC – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Pim Pam by FOC)

Pim Pam’s airy, holiday mood is enhanced by floor-to-ceiling windows and brightly colored decorations. With chef Jordi Noguera’s cuisine being flawless, and Pim Pam billed as a gastobodega with a contemporary slant on Spanish and Catalan flavours, surprises abound at every turn. Another feather in their cap: Pim Pam now has the most sherry selections in Southeast Asia, and tasting flights start at $30 per four glasses.

For a lighter dish, there’s the lovely Patatas Bravas ($6). This deconstructed version is a flavor explosion because it’s made from thin slices of potato stacked millefeuille-style and deep-fried.

Key ServicesSpanish restaurant
Address442 Orchard Road #01-29 Singapore, Singapore 238879
Phone6100 4242
Operating HoursMon – Fri: 12:00 – 23:00
Sat, Sun: 9:00 – 23:00

Client Testimonial

Second Time ordering Mediterranean Brunch Set (4-6 Pax)

Very good Spanish like food and AMAZING Customer Service.

One of the best!

Jose Juan Cores

25. Barcelona

Barcelona - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Barcelona)
Barcelona – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Barcelona)

Barcelona is a Cava (Spanish wine) haven in Singapore, with a dynamic range of speciality Cavas available. It’s located at 21 Duxton Hill and serves up a dynamic combination of different varieties of the Spanish grape. All Cavas Barcelona dishes are sourced from Can Paixano, Barcelona, and are guaranteed to be the most genuine! You’ve got to try their traditional Spanish flavours of gourmet tapas, such as their Chili Crab Dip or signature Jamon Platter, and you’ll be full for hours.

Key ServicesTapas bar & restaurant
Address44 Bukit Pasoh rd Singapore, Singapore 089857
Operating Hours Mon – Sat: 17:00 – 00:00
Closed on Sun

Client Testimonial

Had a lovely birthday party for 11 seated outside facing the river. Food was just above average, but the cava and the atmosphere were both wonderful. The evening vibe along the river is truly quite special. The attentive and vivacious staff really went out of their way to make it a memorable evening for us – many thanks to Dayah, Erica, Sab and Shima for all their boundless energy and especially the birthday song! We had a great time and will be back.

Leonard Ching

26. Charlie’s Restaurant & Bar

Charlie's Restaurant & Bar - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Charlie's Restaurant & Bar)
Charlie’s Restaurant & Bar – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Charlie’s Restaurant & Bar)

Charlie’s Tapas Grill & Bar is located in a rustic shophouse amid the hustle and bustle of Singapore’s Central Business District. Charlie’s serves delectable tapas and wonderful margaritas, taking people on an exquisite journey full of delicious food. Charlie’s Tapas Grill & Bar, on the other hand, offers a stunning panoramic view of Boat Quay and delectable cuisine to those in search of something special.

Key ServicesBar & grill
Address32 Boat Quay Singapore, Singapore 049821
Phone6533 5880
Operating HoursMon – Thu: 11:00 – 23:59
Fri, Sat: 11:00 – 00:00
Sun: 11:00 – 22:00

Client Testimonial

Dinesh is helpful and friendly, the food is good. Will go back again.

Joanna Tan

27. The Winery Tapas

The Winery Tapas - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: The Winery Tapas)
The Winery Tapas – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: The Winery Tapas)

At Winery, they think food and wine bring people together and create long-term relationships that help us live a full life. Let them transport you on an exquisite culinary journey through our aisles of contemporary Asian and European tapas.

Whatever you want, the Winery can provide. It’s not only the cuisine that has people raving about it. The wine list, which is expertly curated by a local award-winning sommelier, ensures that every sip and every bite complement each other to create an eating experience not to be missed.

Key ServicesTapas bar & restaurant
AddressCHIJMES, 30 Victoria Street #B1-05 Singapore, Singapore 187996
Phone6553 8850
Operating HoursDaily 16:00 – 23:00

Client Testimonial

Quite nice venue, good drinks and decent food.

Marcel Cybon

28. TXA Gastrobar

TXA Gastrobar - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: TXA Gastrobar)
TXA Gastrobar – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: TXA Gastrobar)

With a new cuisine, the popular TXA Gastrobar reopens at The Alkaff Mansion with a Spanish-inspired menu. Chill out and relax on their magnificent outdoor patio, where you can watch the chefs at work in the grill pod while smelling the aroma rising from the grill. Enjoy the magnificent sound!

Explore the culinary delights of TXA Char Grills and other tempting specialty items like Ham Croquettes, Spanish Omelette, Coca de Serrano (Spanish Flatbread), Tarta de Queso “La Vina” (Burnt Cheesecake) and more. For added gluttony, complete your platter with one of their exquisite Sangria Punch Bowls, which are one-of-a-kind in Singapore and completely customizable to your tastes.

Key ServicesBar
Address10 Telok Blangah Green Singapore, Singapore 109178
Phone8123 8484
Operating HoursTue – Sun: 17:00 – 00:00
Closed on Mon

Client Testimonial

Good food, nice location, super cocktails!

Irina Maria Carbunaru

29. Fu Lin Bar & Kitchen

Fu Lin Bar & Kitchen - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Fu Lin Bar & Kitchen)
Fu Lin Bar & Kitchen – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Fu Lin Bar & Kitchen)

You would be surprised to learn that the Fu Lin Bar & Kitchen serves delightful tapas, grilled meats, and beverages as far a Spanish food is concerned. Take a bite of their delicious dumplings or the heat of their diverse Sichuan and Mala specialties. You’ll discover a variety of rice and noodle dishes for a hearty mid-day or evening meal. Maybe you’re a fan of baked meats like ham or chicken that have been cooked in an oven over charcoal. Fu Lin has a variety of drinks from beers to Japanese sake for you to select from if you’re searching for some beverages for the table.

Key ServicesSingaporean restaurant
Address127 Telok Ayer St Singapore, Singapore 068596
Phone6423 0311
Operating HoursMon – Fri, 11am – 1030pm | Sat, 4pm – 1030pm, Sun closed | PH open

Client Testimonial

The restaurant has a comfortable and homely vibe. The service is also great!

Great drinks and food! The crispy pork belly was delicious. Can tell that the quality of the food is very fresh and good

All in all a great place to chill

Rachel Lee

30. Winestone

Winestone - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Winestone)
Winestone – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Winestone)

Winestone serves up a taste of contemporary European cuisine. You may choose from their brunches, lunch packages, or a la carte items and enjoy the enticing tastes of European cuisine that will have you returning for more. The restaurant serves a selection of meat and seafood, but it also offers many vegetarian alternatives for guests with various dietary requirements. Winestone is a restaurant with fantastic cuisine, but it’s also known for its wine store, which has a wide range of vintages. You may also get a bottle as a gift hampers with two bottles or 10 bottles of various red and white wines.

Key ServicesWine, beer & spirits shop
Address30 Stevens Road, #01-09 Singapore, Singapore 257840
Phone6491 6100
Operating HoursTue-Thu: 12:00 – 22:00
Fri: 12:00 – 22:30
Sat: 11:30 – 22:30
Sun: 11:30 – 22:00
Closed on Mon

Client Testimonial

Great service by Syed and staff! Great ambience! We liked the Chicken Roulade Tagliatelle and Oregano Fries the most, out of all the food we ordered. Too bad they were out of the burger, which is what we wanted to try.

Anastasia WS

31. Octapas Spanish Tapas Bar

Octapas Spanish Tapas Bar - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Octapas)
Octapas Spanish Tapas Bar – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Octapas)

Octapas is a tapas bar located in Brisbane’s West End, opened on August 8, 2004 by the same team that created The Tapas Tree. Guests should anticipate to taste all things Spanish, with a variety of hot and cold tapas, traditional chilled Sangrias and Paellas. Every night, you’ll get a real experience with live music!

The wide range of paellas and tapas offered by Octapas is well-known. Tapas are small plates that may include a wide range of seafood, steak, and vegetables. Tapas is a sociable and open cuisine. Sangrias, beer, and wine are the ideal drinks companions for tapas.

Key Services Spanish tapas bar
Address#01-08 River Valley Rd, Singapore 179023
Phone6837 2938
Operating HoursMon – Thu: 4pm – 2am
Fri: 4pm – 3am
Sat: 12pm – 3am
Sun: 12pm – 2am

Client Testimonial

Awesome place! Loveeeeee the food! Authentic taste , great for those who miss home food! Staffs/service is superb

Tammie Seah

32. Two Chefs Bar Mexican & Italian

Two Chefs Bar Mexican & Italian - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Two Chefs Bar Mexican & Italian)
Two Chefs Bar Mexican & Italian – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Two Chefs Bar Mexican & Italian)

Enjoy the delights of expert Mexican and Italian cuisine, a warm ambience, and an outstanding selection of fine wines, craft beers, and premium liquors! At Quayside Isle, Sentosa Cove, they provide a unique and exquisite combination of hearty Mexican and Italian cuisine, as well as a fantastic bar ambiance. Take in the beauty of the waterfront and enjoy delicious cuisine using only the finest and freshest ingredients, all while taking in the magnificent views.

Key ServicesItalian restaurant
Address31 Ocean Way #01-11 Quayside Isle, Sentosa Cove Singapore, Singapore 098375
Phone6268 8633
Operating HoursMon – Thu: 12:00 – 23:00
Fri: 12:00 – 1:00
Sat: 11:00 – 1:00
Sun: 11:00 – 23:00

Client Testimonial

Really enjoyable visit. Great food (I had Mexican) and attentive service. The location next to the marina works nicely.

Paul Rowley

33. Micasa Kitchen & Bar

Micasa Kitchen & Bar - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Micasa Kitchen & Bar)
Micasa Kitchen & Bar – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Micasa Kitchen & Bar)

They combine fresh ingredients from the region with traditional regional recipes to create hearty, home-style dishes inspired by rural Europe. The cuisine at Micasa provides a relaxing dining experience and foods that excite the local palette. The menu is ever-changing, allowing the chefs to constantly explore new flavour profiles and cooking techniques while still staying true to their rustic roots.

Key ServicesSpanish restaurant
Address102C Jalan Jurong Kechil Singapore, Singapore 598602
Phone6463 0263
Operating HoursMon – Thu: 18:00 – 22:30
Fri: 12:00 – 14:00, 18:00 – 22:30
Sat, Sun: 12:00 – 14:00, 17:30 – 22:30

Client Testimonial

Friendly owner and chef. Great food.

Karen Lim

34. Roots Mediterranean

Roots Mediterranean - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Roots Mediterranean)
Roots Mediterranean – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Roots Mediterranean)

The city-state of Singapore is home to a wide range of restaurants. One of them, Roots Mediterranean, has become the most popular Mediterranean restaurant in Singapore. In this gold standard for Greek & Levantine Mezze, Spanish Tapas, Artisanal Pizzas, Italian Pasta, Roasts and Seafood, they are a group of devoted chefs and patissiers.

Key ServicesMediterranean restaurant
Address2 GREENWOOD AVENUE Singapore, Singapore 289189
Phone6463 4206
Operating HoursDaily 11:30 – 15:00, 17:00 – 23:00

Client Testimonial

delicious Mediterranean food with a Singaporean touch!

relaxed atmosphere with that Mediterranean feel, with the stone brick walls.

friendly service, thank you!

Tay Kunming

35. FIRST GRILL Gastronomic

FIRST GRILL Gastronomic - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: FIRST GRILL Gastronomic)
FIRST GRILL Gastronomic – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: FIRST GRILL Gastronomic)

The Josper charcoal grill dining experience at this restaurant is well-known. The process of grilling produces an intense but gentle heat that seals in the juices of the food while still allowing it to retain its natural flavours. The result is a sublime dining experience that will have you coming back for more.

Key ServicesTapas bar & restaurant
Address18 Pahang St, Singapore 198615
Phone8797 8364
Operating HoursMon: 11:00 – 23:59
Tue – Sun: 11:00 – 22:30

Client Testimonial

There are many types of beer and the food is delicious. Attentive service

Đạt Nguyễn

36. Armoury

Armoury - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Armoury)
Armoury – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: Armoury)

The oldest tenant at South Beach is Armoury. Armoury is still around, despite the fact that many F&B businesses have come and gone. They’ve added 15 taps to serve craft beers from local and international breweries. Everything is geared to accommodate and serve the laid-back, sociable community of people who work in South Beach Tower, Suntec City, Millenia Walk, Raffles City, and surrounding office buildings in Bugis.

In 2017, they had a growth hack when they launched the legendary STEAK BUFFET – free flow of Ribeye and a variety of other side dishes for $33. The restaurant bar was the main reason for their existence, therefore they decided to do a steak buffet as a pop up to raise awareness about it.

Key ServicesSteakhouse & Craftbeer Bar
Address36 #01- 01 Beach Rd, Singapore 189766
Phone8557 3866
Operating HoursTue – Sun: 11:30 – 22:30
Closed on Mon

Client Testimonial

Love this place! The Armoury is my go to for affordable, quality steaks because they never disappoint. Had the sharing platter and raw oysters (this is new to me, been patronising since 2019) but not complaining! Great food, great location!

Fiona C

37. The Great Mischief

The Great Mischief  - Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: The Great Mischief)
The Great Mischief – Spanish Restaurant Singapore (Credit: The Great Mischief)

The Great Mischief reopened its doors in a spectacular new venue last September, following a two-year absence. Furthermore, the National Gallery Singapore now features its first Halal café, created by the renowned Black Hole Group. The stunning new area mixes ancient and modern features. Consider a lovely pastel interior with marble tables, booths, soft sofas, plenty of natural light, and plants to further enhance the Catalan Spanish food experience. The booths are without a doubt the greatest seats in the house since they offer views of Marina Bay Sands and beyond.

Key ServicesSpanish restaurant
AddressNational Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrew’s Road 178957
Phone8721 3150
Operating HoursDaily 10:00 – 17:00, 18:00 – 22:00

Client Testimonial

Two thumbs up good food, nice place. We enjoyed dining to your place and what makes it more special is your very friendly staff Jenny she makes us feel comfortable and special, great service. Will definitely visit this place again…

Jacquiline Equival – Pedroso

Spanish Restaurant Singapore

If you’re looking for an authentic Spanish restaurant in Singapore, look no further than this list. Whether you want to go with a family or just have some friends over for drinks and tapas, this list of the best restaurants will help guide your decision on where to eat great food!

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

If you have any questions about Spanish restaurants in Singapore, you can refer to the frequently asked questions (FAQ) about the best Spanish restaurants in Singapore below:

What is the best Spanish restaurant in Singapore?

The best Spanish restaurant in Singapore is The Great Mischief. Located in the beautiful National Gallery Singapore, it features a stunning mix of ancient and modern elements, such as pastel coloured interiors, marble tables, sofas, plenty of natural light and plants that further add to its unique atmosphere.

What are some of the signature dishes at Spanish restaurants in Singapore?

Some of the signature dishes at Spanish restaurants in Singapore include paella, tapas, gazpacho soup, chorizo, croquettes, and empanadas. Paella is a traditional Spanish dish that consists of yellow rice, saffron, meat such as chicken or seafood, vegetables like artichokes and peppers, and more!

Is it possible to book a private dining room at a Spanish restaurant in Singapore?

Yes, it is possible to book a private dining room at a Spanish restaurant in Singapore. Many of these restaurants offer a range of packages and services that can be tailored to your individual needs. These can include exclusive access to the restaurant’s private dining area, special menus created by the chef, and personalized table settings.

What type of drinks do most Spanish restaurants serve?

Most Spanish restaurant chain in Singapore offer a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, including cava (Spanish sparkling wine), sherry and sangria. There are also typically various types of beer, cocktails and wines available to complement your meal. You can also find traditional Spanish drinks like horchata and tinto de verano.

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