‘Fine fun food from Barcelona’ is how the chef describes his Singaporean outpost. He’s brought along the flavours of Catalonia, which he blends with modern cooking techniques to create original and exciting dishes. The surroundings are relaxed and always furiously busy, with the principal players in the operation represented by huge papier mâché heads. Ask for a seat at the counter to get the most out of the experience, with the chef’s seasonal special.

A must for us in Singapore, normally a late lunch as we walk around the city an chinatown, stop there for a relaxing hi-quality tapas.