Well, I didn't get to try El Bulli before it closed. Oh well, not a big fan of molecular cuisine. However, love Catalan cuisine and culture, so happy to report that this is more Catalonian then El Bulli-esque. The tapas are well executed here, we tried calamari (good), potato croquettes filled with minced beef (yum), pimento peppers, a tomato foam dish (the only molecular dish we had, and thus least interesting), anchovies (too salty but order the tomato bread to go with, that's excellent), a fried egg tapa with ham (also yum) and the standout tapa, the deconstructed tortilla. No omelette I could see and mashed potato foam. A bit pretentious but so tasty I can overlook that! After that we had to share the mains, the standout suckling pig, a decent txuleta (steak) and yummy lobster rice. We were too stuffed for dessert. Cocktails were delicious. I would go back for the suckling pig and tortilla. And another cocktail. Service was pretty decent, could have been that we went at lunchtime when it wasn't full. Room was cold but they turned up the temp at my request. It's expensive, no doubt, but not more so than many other high end places in Singapore, and finally I find a place that can hold a candle to the many excellent meals I had I Barcelona! We spent about $150 per person.
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