About My Little Tapas Bar

Hungry for an authentic taste of Spain? Let My Little Tapas Bar transport you to the Iberian Peninsula and take your senses on a flavourful adventure. Situated on Singapore’s Ann Siang Hill, this tapas bar aims to give visitors a true taste of Spain. Opened in 2014 by Maria Sevillano, a Spanish native, this tapas bar was created after the great success of her other Singapore restaurant, My Little Spanish Place, opened in 2010. Originally located on Club Street, My Little Tapas Bar relocated to Ann Siang Hill in 2016 to a space allowing them to grow with their increasing popularity.

Take a look at My Little Tapas Bar’s festive season tapas set menu!

Opening Times

Open today - Opens at 11:30 am
11:30 am - 2:30 pm
5:00 pm - 12:00 am
11:30 am - 2:30 pm
5:00 pm - 12:00 am
11:30 am - 2:30 pm
5:00 pm - 12:00 am
6:00 pm - 12:00 am
11:30 am - 2:30 pm
5:00 pm - 12:00 am
11:30 am - 2:30 pm
5:00 pm - 12:00 am


My Little Tapas Bar
14 Ann Siang Road
Singapore 069694

Menu Highlights


Chef's Recommendations

Chili Crab Paella

Available only from 7th - 12th August, 2017

saffron, mussels, prawn, squid, crab, crab stock, Spanish bomba rice, tomatoes

Pandan Flan

Available only from 7th - 12th August, 2017

home-made Pandan flavoured flan, with gula melaka topped with shredded coconut coconut sorbet.

Moritz Beer Promo

Available from 7th-12th August, 2017

6 bottles

Main Menu

Lunch menu


Dinner menu


More about My Little Tapas Bar, Singapore

Whether you are looking for a place to take your significant other or just want to spend an evening out with the colleagues, My Little Tapas Bar on Singapore’s trendy Ann Siang Hill is the optimal location. With lovely exposed bricks on the walls and wine racks galore, along with comfortable places for seating, this cosy eatery makes you feel at home.

My Little Tapas Bar on Ann Siang Hill has an extensive wine list and drinks menu, offering a variety of wines picked by the chefs themselves to accompany the meals. Want something sweet? Then be sure to order one of this cosy tapas bar’s signature sangrias. For lunch, we recommend the set lunch, giving you the ability to try several of their tasty dishes. For dinner, decide between sampling tapas like the Gambas Picantes (tiger prawns cooked in their secret sauce) or Coca de Probadura (flatbread with fresh chorizo, pine nuts, caramelised onion and manchego cheese). Finish up with one of the great desserts like the zesty Tarta de Limon (creamy lemon tart topped with meringue and chocolate ganache) for the perfect end to an excellent meal.

42 My Little Tapas Bar Reviews

42 Reviews
Noise levels:Pleasant
Waiting time:Exceptionally good
Value for money:Reasonable value
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Arthur S.9 months ago · 1 review

Staff was very helpful in recommending wine. My group of friends really enjoyed the food, and how authentic it was. Quality of each tapas shone through, and the mains definitely didn’t disappoint either. Will be back for more soon!

Daryl M.a year ago · 10 reviews

Excellent service, delicious food and nice affordable wines together with great beers in a lovely atmosphere. Highly recommend to those looking for an affordable great dining experience.

Connie W.a year ago · 7 reviews

Excellent food. Cozy environment although can be noisy at times due to the proximity of the tables. Staff tried their best but we felt they this joint was a bit understaffed especially on a Friday evening.

Wesley L.2 years ago · 8 reviews

The food here is so awesome that one of our friends that usually doesn't finish her food ordered 2nd and 3rd helpings! a bit pricey though, so don't forget to use your entertainer app here!

Jen L.2 years ago · 9 reviews

Each tapas now cost $15, portion is small but with the entertainer app overall prices are still reasonable as tapas are always expensive in Singapore. There's a unstated cover charge (need to order drinks) on sat for using entertainer. Food was quite authentic, try the pimento stuffed with manchego mousse. Tortilla was freshly made & the garlic aioli was a good companion. Gambas are firm and the police oil prawn sauce was rich (could cut back on salt).The meatball sauce was flavorful but while meatball was moist the flavor was muted.

Debra M.a year ago · 2 reviews

Overall good service, nice food.... I found the lux levels in the restaurant too bright... makes the overall ambience for an evening out too harsh... We were given complimentary salad when the waitress forgot that we wanted to change our fries to a side salad which was a really nice gesture... The fries were phenomenal though (we had 1, hard to resist....)... The outlet at Coronation has a much bigger menu though :-)

Young H.2 years ago · 4 reviews

It was a quiet night so service was pretty fast. The menu selection wasn't extensive but included most of the common Spanish tapas favourites like the croquette and octopus. Food was good although doesn't compare to Barcelona and pretty pricey. For three, we ordered a jug of sangria, 5 tapas to share, a plater of gammon and lamb for main and it came to just over 200 in total. The portions aren't enormous so don't come super hungry unless you are willing to spend!

Preben L.2 years ago · 1 review

Great food... Very well prepared and enjoyable... aaaaaaaand very good wine :-) When you go for tapas, you never know what to expect, but this was very good and I (we) will definitely go again...

Christina C.2 years ago · 9 reviews

Food is good, nice ambience. Service is decent. Nice hangout for groups. Gin collection with lots of botanical choices. One negative is the sangria jug is a bit small, more like a carafe than jug for the price. But still tasty.

Andrew L.3 years ago · 4 reviews

Nice ambience, good food, friendly and knowledgeable staff. What's there not to like?! The decor wall of wine bottles is unique and a great conversation piece. Wine recommendation was spot on. And the guest Chef should take a bow!