An interesting, but expensive tapas place at Clarke Quay (S$100 at least for a couple). Since I aim to be honest – service was slow, plates were only cleared after prompting, and the lighting was too dim for conversation.
I did love the sexy octopus lady mascot. The artist who did the logo should be commended. I did also like the chicken and ham croquettes, while my companions gravitated towards the squid on a hot plate and salty ham and sausages.
Perhaps I am just getting too old for dimly lit places, where conversation is muted. Even those the music was repetitive, as least it wasn’t too loud. I wish the couches would have been more plush and comfortable as well.
One day I hope I get the chance to go to Spain to try the real stuff. Or does anyone out there have recommendations for really authentic Spanish cuisine in Singapore?