If you’re a fan of Spanish cuisine, you’ll quickly feel like you’re in your own element at Element on Tras Street – a one-of-a-kind dining spot in Tanjong Pagar that dazzles with its extensive array of tapas, soups, starters, mains, desserts, and wines. Chef Samuel Quan’s interpretation of Spanish classics fused with a contemporary twist are sure to delight one and all, so don’t miss out on the opportunity to score a table at this Tras Street restaurant in central Singapore by reserving well in advance.
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Great beer prices. Pure Blond Tower at $38 during happy hour is unbelievable cheap. Even at $58 after happy hours is very cheap Attentive service from the staff Will definitely return
The restaurant staff were hospitable and make the dining experience better. They smiled and interacted w us and kids. Kudos to them and keep it up.
If the MSW is really free flow then its perfect! I must comment the service crew and the manager for making this dinner one of the goods one my family had
Savour the rustic flavours of Spain at Element on Tras Street, an up-and-coming restaurant in Tanjong Pagar that delivers classic Spanish highlights executed with contemporary flair. With Singaporean born-and-bred chef Samuel Quan as the brain behind these mouthwatering creations, you can rest assured that every dish which arrives at your table is prepared with a meticulous attention to detail and an unparalleled commitment to excellence.
No trip to Element on Tras Street is complete without sampling a few of the wide array of tapas on offer. The patatas alioli con picadillo (fried chunky potatoes with chorizo and milk aioli) is one hot favourite, and so is the gambas al ajillo (seared prawns with garlic oil and garlic chips). For a real treat, however, you must get the Ibericos variodos – a platter of Iberian sliced ham, chorizo, cured loin, as well as Manchego and Idiazabal cheese with crackers – yum! Starters like squid ink paella and salmon tartare are also up for grabs, though if you still have tummy space for one main after all that, make that the pargo con verduritas de temporada (pan-seared snapper with caramelised carrot puree, tomato confit and asparagus). Round off a memorable visit to Element on Tras Street with a signature arroz con leche (creamy milk rice with cinnamon chantilly) for dessert, though a sterling range of house reds and wines are also yours to have in case you fancy a tipple instead. As far as Spanish restaurants in Singapore go, this Tras Street gem is one to watch. Skip the lines at this Tanjong Pagar hotspot by booking a table ahead of your visit.