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Spanish dining is some of the most heart-warming there is, and when it’s contemporary and served in the way it is at OLA Cocina Del Mar, it’s damn hard to resist. Singapore’s Marina Bay area certainly isn’t short of great places to eat, but the menus at OLA Cocina Del Mar make it a worthy contender for top spot. The counter lunch menu offers astounding value while the a la carte consists of tapas, paella and plenty of impressive Spanish main plates. Located on Marina Boulevard, this place is popular, so do reserve in advance.
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2nd time at this restaurant..both food and service were superb...would go again next time when I m near the vicinity.
It was quite busy for a Tue evening with two big groups, hence the noise level is a bit high. They have big tables that’s good for group dining. The back of the restaurant is also not cool enough as it’s near the open kitchen. Overall the food is good. Will go back again if I spot a quieter seat.
The food was excellent and the service staff very attentive. Restaurant was also quiet on a thurs night which was nice
OLA Cocina Del Mar captures perfectly what Spanish dining is about – marrying the best seasonal produce with traditional methods of cooking. The atmosphere at this Singapore restaurant is relaxed, casual and inviting, but the decor is contemporary. The kitchen is led by Peruvian chef Daniel Chavez – a man who really knows his tapas – and you can find OLA Cocina Del Mar on the bustling Marina Boulevard in Marina Bay, where foodies flock to enjoy the best cuisine in Singapore.
If indulging in some tapas from the a la carte, the crispy pork belly is a must, as is the baby calamari with onion puree and black ink sauce. Chef Chavez is also a specialist in paella, while some main courses include the Catalan fishermen's stew, as well as the dreamy whole roasted suckling pig, complete with an orange caramel glaze. This is contemporary Spanish food that suits the sophisticated surroundings of Singapore’s Marina Bay. Go ahead and try it.