Spanish Restaurants in Singapore

Spanish Restaurants Singapore

If you buy me an air ticket, I will immediately fly off to Spain. I have always read about the Spanish culture, and I think that the whole idea of bar-hopping is brilliant. Unfortunately, we do not have that many Spanish restaurants and tapas bars in Singapore and it doesn’t make sense to cab from one end of Singapore to the other. But hey, I think it will be really cool to find a group of friends for a night of tapas-bar-hopping.

Here’s a list of Spanish Restaurants in Singapore:

82 Collyer Quay
The Fullerton Pavillion
Tel: +65 6534 0188
Daily: 11am – 2am

Don Quixote Dempsey

Don Quijote Spanish Restaurant

Don Quijote at Dempsey Hill is a nice place to go to if you are craving for Spanish food. While prices are not cheap, they are not too exorbitant – it is on par with most of the better Spanish Restaurants in Singapore.

Be it a nice date with your partner; or a birthday party celebration with a big group of friends – Don Quijote Spanish Restaurant is the ideal place if you like tapas, paella and sangria.

Blk 7 Dempsey Road #01-02
Dempsey Hill Singapore
Tel: +65 6476 2811
Nearest Station: Orchard

Spanish Tapas

La Viva Spanish Bar & Tapas
30 Victoria Street #01-12/13/14
Chijmes Singapore
Tel: +65 6339 4290

My Little Spanish Place
619 Bukit Timah Road Singapore
Tel: +65 6463 2810

Octapas Spanish Tapas Bar

Formerly known as The Tapas Tree, Octapas Spanish Tapas Bar launched back in August this year. If you are in the Clark Quay area, drop by Octapas to satisfy your Spanish food cravings.

3D River Valley Road #01-08
Clarke Quay Singapore
Tel: +65 6837 2938

Onion Restaurant & Bar

791 Bukit Timah Road
#01-01 Singapore
Tel: +65 6763 0398


Sabio Tapas Bar

Housed within a shop house on Duxton Hill, Sabio Tapas Bar has been designed to represent an authentic tapas bar in Spain. It is a good place to chill out with a group of friends. Fans of Sabio will be happy to know that it has recently opened a second outlet, Sabio by the Sea at Quayside Isle.

5 Duxton Hill Singapore
Tel: +65 6223 4645

Salt Tapas Bar

Salt Tapas & Bar

If you are a fan of tapas, Salt Tapas Bar at Raffles City by celebrity chef Luke Mangan is one place that you should check out. It serves Aussie-style tapas with the freshest ingredients.

Many people have the perception that Salt Tapas & Bar is very expensive. This is true. Most of the tapas are in the $20 to $30 range, and you can easily spend at least $100 for a meal here. But what you might not know that it has a fantastic lunch set for just $33.50++/pax. It includes a flat bread to share, and 3 tapas per person. When you consider the fact that most of the dishes on the set lunch menu are from the ala carte menu, you will agree that it is a very good deal.

252 North Bridge Road
#01-22A Raffles City Shopping Centre
Tel: +65 6837 0995
Daily: 11.30am – 10pm
Nearest Station: City Hall

Sabroso Tapas Wine Bar

Sabroso Tapas bar at Holland Village has a Spanish Tapas Buffet Dinner which features 16 tapas at $32++ per head, from Sun to Thu from 6pm – 10pm.

26A Lorong Mambong
Holland Village, Singapore
Tel: +65 6766 0053

Serenity Spanish Bar & Restaurant
1 HarbourFront Walk #01-98/99
VivoCity Singapore
Tel: +65 6376 8185

Sol Tasca
3 Fullerton Road # 01-04
The Fullerton WaterBoatHouse
Tel: +65 6533 8913

Zsofi Tapas Bar

Most people probably won’t associate Spanish Tapas with Little India, but that’s exactly where Zsofi Tapas Bar is located. The whole area may be a little sleazy, but Zsofi Tapas Bar is cosy and unpretentious, and most importantly the Spanish food is affordable.

68 Dunlop Street Singapore
Tel: +65 6297 5875


my kingdom for a churro con chocolate or some tapas!! ;-)

Thanks for putting together this list, I really would like to try Santi´s restaurant.

oh, beautiful pictures, those churros are hunting me now!

I lived in Spain for 6 months and it is one of the coolest countries in the world… but the few Spaniards I know in Singapore aren’t so high on the local Spanish food. I’ve eaten at Bodega y Tapas and Zsofis – Bodega’s food is ok, but pales in comparison to the real thing :)

Hi there, I happened to look onto ur blog one day juz looking for recommendation for a brunch. And I would come to ur blog for ideals when I wanna try some new restaurants! And today I came and I saw this!! Spanish restaurants!! Omg! If I have an air tix I would definitely fly to Spain! And for sure it’s a one way tix!
I have tried few restrant on ur list, juz to add on to ur reviews.
1. Serenity @ vivo
Tried a few tapas can’t rem wat but there nothing that leave mi a good impression and a must must for a second serving. Thumbs up for the paella! They really taste good! Each grains seem to soak up with the sweetness of the
seafood. Must try!
2. Don quijote
Try the brunch on Sunday! They have variety of tapas and if I remember correctly is unlimited serving. So u can try all u can.(if my memoy didn’t fail mi k) but be mindful tt u need to book in advance! They are usually full!! And with long waiting list.
3. My little Spanish place.
Personally I like the ambience. their paella is not the best and compare to serenity I prefer the second. Theirs are dry and not as tasty as the one in serenity. Nonetheless the sangria is good. I would go there with my partner or close friend for a dinner.
That all I have tried. I would love to try the food @ la vida they look and smell good, they should taste good too! Keeping my fingers cross!
Looking forward for ur updates on the rest and food!

Hey Brad,

great list. I’ve personally tried 3 of the restaurants on it and I would strongly recommend don quijote for their squid ink paella and zsofi for their tapas and affordable sangria, not to mention the super funky laidback ambience.

Hi, just want to share with you that there is a new tapa restaurant, Sabroso Tapas (opp Wala Wala) opened in Holland V last month. I have not tried yet. But just to share the infor with you. Heehee…

Best spanish food in town I’ve tried was in Streeters in Keong Siak. Don’t know whether they are still around. COuld never forget their garlic prawn and portobello.

The list looks enticing! As a Singaporean living in Spain, I’m quite keen on judging the authenticity of these Spanish restaurants for myself. I’ve only tried out churros at Alegro and left feeling pretty damn impressed – my Spanish partner himself was full of praises for it as well.

i’ve recently chanced upon a newly opened spanish restaurant located at tanjong katong area, Cocina De Pasion. tried their paella which is savoury & “wet” to my liking and can really taste the seafood in my mouth. another favourite is the lamb rack & sauteed mushroom in cream sauce. their items are reasonably priced and imagine paella only costs $17, one of the cheapest in the market. i tried paella from some other restaurant but i had to admit Cocina’s is still my personal best. very cosy ambience and shld grab their 1-4-1 cocktail promo now, sangria & margarita!!!

Thanks for the recommendations – would be awesome if you could add the price range (or low/medium/high etc) too!


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Here are the ratings of the churros i’ve tried so far..

Alegro: 0.5/5
Octapas: 0.4/5
2 am dessert Bar: 1/5
Zsofi Tapas Bar: 2/5
La viva Spanish Bar: 2.5/5
Sabio Tapas Bar: 3/5
Serenity Spanish Bar: 3/5
Lucky 13 (Triple one somerset): 3.5/5
Universal Studios: 3.5/5

bilbao restaurant & tapas bar appears to have closed down

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