Casa Latina is an authentic Mexican restaurant and bar that previously supplied Singapore with superlative Latin-American and Mexican cuisine from premises on Waterloo Street. That outlet was opened by none less than the Ambassador to Mexico himself, and with fabulous new premises in Rocher’s Albert Court, Casa Latina is set to convert many more to the pleasures of Mexican food, drink, and music. Don’t forget the daily happy hours!
Casa Latina Authentic Mexican Restaurant & Bar is a shining light in Singapore, a
city that lacks many quality Mexican restaurants despite the global popularity of
Mexican cuisine and Singapore’s melting pot of culinary traditions. Part of Casa
Latina’s appeal is that their menu eschews the more common Tex Mex culinary
style, which most people take to be Mexican, and is in actual fact the style served by
most restaurants that bill themselves as Mexican. In contrast, Casa Latina has a
crew of chefs with years of experience making the real thing, using many ingredients
imported from their homeland. Located in Rochor’s Albert Court, Casa Latina has a
new lease on life, and continues to give Singapore’s diners the definitive Mexican
Besides the incredible selection of Mexican dishes available at Casa Latina Authentic Mexican Restaurant, there’s no better endorsement as to Casa Latina’s authenticity than the fact that the Mexican Ambassador to Singapore personally officiated at the opening of the original Casa Latina down Waterloo Street. Casa Latina has new and improved premises in Albert Court in the Rochor district, between Little India and Bugis, but the Mexican cuisine being created in the kitchen is still of the highest quality. Chef’s specials include braised Mexican lamb shank, with tortillas, refried beans, and Mexican rice, while set lunches and dinners introduce culinary adventurers to the El Dorado of Mexican cuisine. There’s even a student taco special for a low, low price, and you can enjoy all manner of Mexican beers, cocktails, and types of tequila if you take advantage of the long and lazy happy hours, that begin just around siesta time.
Apperantly restaurant reservation was not needed as the restaurant was empty, except us. Food tasted good. I would recommend to have a shorter menu so they could specialaize on some main courses. It was way to long. Staff was very attentive and service minded. Restaurant need a makeover and they should get rid of the bar in the middle of the room. Good location and good space, great windows. This feature gave charm. They need to do marketing to get people to come:)