My Little Spanish Place has the nicest ambience, but to be completely honest, I found the paella at Serenity at VivoCity slightly tastier and the churros at the tapas place at Chijmes also a tad better. To be fair though, I don’t know much about Spanish food and perhaps what was served here was more authentic. The chef here is Spanish, so please try it for yourself and don’t take my word for it as I’m no food blogger. I just know what appeals to my finicky taste buds.
But I have to say, because the service was warm here and the whole setting so cosy and lovely, I would return to this place over the others. Had the most unique ham soup as well. Loved the orange walls. Sometimes it’s not only about the food but the whole experience, the conversations and the company. We both felt so relaxed during this meal.
Address: 619 Bukit Timah Road
Dinner: 6.30pm – 12am
Surprised to see they are closed for lunch on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, so best to note that in case you get disappointed. Luckily we were there on a Sunday.
Behind this stretch of shophouses, is a canal and a row of trees. Seemed not like Singapore at all.