Excitingly, a new restaurant has launched in Singapore. ASPA is a contemporary hidden eatery serving homestyle Asian-Spanish tapas including Singapore’s first-ever claypot paella.
ASPA is surrounded by tranquil greenery nestled in Aranda Country Club at Pasir Ris. The cosy restaurant serves traditional Spanish cuisine combining Asian cooking for a twist, at an affordable price.
As mentioned, one of these iconic dishes is Singapore’s first claypot paella. Select from four creamy Spanish Paellas cooked in a claypot. However, their signature paella the Masak Lemak Chilli Api($28), topped with spicy homemade masak lemak gravy, fresh seafood and flavourful coconut milk is a crowd-pleaser.
Additionally, indulge on a range of hearty starters like Roasted Octopus ($16), Asian-inspired crispy Patatas Bravas ($10), Grilled Tandoori Pork Ribs ($15), cold platters like the Mixed 4 Cheese Platter ($32), to name a few.
Elevate your tasting experience by ordering mains such as the chef recommended Surf & Turf ($36), Herb Crusted Lamb Riblet ($28) or gluten-free Catch Of The Day (from $40).
Wonderfully, dessert offers a selection of delightful Spanish treats. Think delicious Burnt Basque Cheesecake ($10) with berry compote, Churros ($10) and caramel crème Brulée Nitro Cendo Crema Catalana ($14).
Indeed, this Asian-Spanish tapas restaurant is perfect for sharing. Plus, they’ve got a marvellous alfresco dining area that is pet-friendly. Certainly, a must-visit in Singapore this season. For reservations, visit the ASPA website.
📍60 Pasir Ris Drive 3, Singapore 519497