Opened in October 2014, this latest Spanish concept perched on the 2nd storey of Shaw Centre offers a holistic dining experience with traditional Spanish fare, affordable booze and late closure. It boasts the largest Spanish wine collection in any local restaurant, on top of a plethora of Glendronach single cask whiskies aged in the best Spanish Oloroso casks.
Its curved windows with rod irons and hand-painted terracotta tiles framed with turn-of-the-century posters recreate a bona-fide Spanish home. Spirited Spanish tunes enliven the palette of moody browns and mossy greens while clusters of exuberant lamps hand-made by Eperara-Siapidara weavers in Colombia perched above the tables add a dim glow.
The convivial dining space offers a maximum seating capacity of 58, boasting a quaint outdoor balcony where you can nibble late-night tapas over a good drink. The private dining table and bar-counter accommodates 8 and 6 guests respectively, while the semi-open kitchen area has room for another 24. This area gives guests an intimate peek of the food preparation process behind textured matte swivel windows, obscuring all faces for the hands of the chefs.