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Lolla is a miniature restaurant, seating only 13. Inspired yet simple small plates combining the finest ingredients and seasonal produce with the influences of the Mediterranean. continue reading
Opening Hours
12:00 - 14:30
18:00 - 23:00
Mon - Sat
12:00 - 14:30
18:00 - 23:00
11:30 - 15:00
18:00 - 22:30
Payment Methods
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Other Info
Online Reservation
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
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Signature Dishes
Beef Tongue Escalopes Beetroot Carpaccio Braised Beef Tripe Duck Rillettes Sea Urchin Pudding Tuna Belly "Chutoro" Tartare
Review (4)
Level4 2014-05-27
For pictures and full review, pls visit:http://madamechewy.com/2014/05/27/lolla/Situated along Ann Siang Road is an unpretentious restaurant seeking to not merely to please, but excite your taste buds. Lolla’s small plates focus on fresh produce and fine ingredients. Their special menu updates often, reflecting seasonal produce.Step inside and you’ll find an industrial chic setting, with a bar counter and open kitchen. The basement houses a long communal table. We were lucky to get seats at the bar counter, where we could watch the chefs work their magic.Much-raved-about Sea Urchin Pudding (half portion $21, full portion $40) my friend dragged me there for. To be honest, I am not a fan of sea urchin. It tasted kind of strange to me at first, but I grew to like it. Served chilled, this decadent pudding has a strong creamy seafood punch, with a generous hunk of Hokkaido Sea Urchin perched atop. Take a bit of everything in one spoon and let it mingle in your mouth-UMAMI!From the specials board, Chilean King Crab with Alio Cream ($30) highlights the exceptional quality of ingredients with its uncomplicated style of cooking. The leggy supermodel crustaceans are served conveniently opened, so that one will not have to waste precious time struggling with them, and instead, dive straight into the delicacy. The crab meat was juicy, succulent and sweet. Very delish and satisfying, you’ve got to try it yourself to know how good this is.Whoever said vegetables are boring should check out this beautifully seasonedJerusalem Artichokes with Rosemary ($18). Love the crunchy texture and nutty flavour texture of this vegetable. Also from the special menu.The bill was already $69, but our tummies were still rather empty (portions are tiny). We scanned for a dessert on the menu and Steamed Dark Chocolate Pudding ($15) caught my eye (chocolate is my weakness). Although chocolate pudding and ice cream isn’t particularly creative, its nevertheless a warm comforting sweet to wrap up a meal. Luxuriously rich, dense and moist (steaming makes it extra moist) pudding, sprinkled with cocoa nibs, served with Tahitian Vanilla Bean Ice Cream. Best enjoyed with tangy fresh strawberries (with compliments of the chef) .Although prices veer towards the higher and, the quality ingredients and cooking technique is worth the price. Follow their Facebook page to be kept updated on the special menu selections. I’m waiting for the Chilean King Crab to be featured again, which I plan to have it all to myself! continue reading
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Level2 2014-04-19
{Visit lazyfoodies.com for a full review with pictures}Lolla is an atas, quaint, and pretty restaurant at Ann Siang area.Sea Urchin PuddingHighly recommended, mind blowing. The delicious black pudding at the bottom was made up of squid ink, egg yolk, cream, tomato paste then topped with fresh creamy sea urchin. The full portion ($36) will give you double the amount of sea urchin. This first dish quickly raised our expectations for the rest of the food. continue reading
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Level3 2014-02-12
For more reviews, visit my blog at www.ms-skinnyfat.comThe revival of Ann Siang Hill, with its smorgasbord of restaurants, have brought gleeful smiles to the hungry diners. One of the hottest restaurants is Lolla and i'm sure many of you have already heard/seen their signature Sea Urchin Pudding making its rounds on Instagram and Facebook.A long overdue catch up session with B provided an opportunity to check out this small but uber hip tapas bar. Reservations were made but it was only for the communal table in the basement. Thankfully we were early (7pm on a Wed) and managed to score seats at the most coveted spot in the restaurant- the 13-seat zinc-topped bar counter (walk ins only, except for lunch).The tapas dishes are a fusion of European and Japanese flavors. Portions are on the small side for some dishes but give yourself time (and tummy space) to decide and order along the way. B and i ordered the following to share.Sea Urchin Pudding ($19/half portion) is a must order. This is a rich, creamy, sweet and savory ink pudding adorned with tongues of creamy raw sea urchin. This 3 inch ramekin, though minute, is packed with decadent breakfast flavors. It is made from squid ink, egg yolks, cream and tomato sauce. The taste can get quite overpowering and we spent the whole night nursing it in between the other dishes. We can't fathom how people can even finish a half portion on their own.Another must order is the Scrambled eggs with Bottarga di Muggine ($22). We could taste every bit of the TLC Chef put into it. He stood there over the low fire and did not stop stirring for a good 3-5 minutes. Well, the results speak for itself.Instead of following the crowd and ordering the Grass fed Ribeye ($52), we opted for the Lamb cutlets ($28). This is by no means less inferior and turned out to be the highlight of our meal. The lamb is first seared and then finished in the oven, simply seasoned with salt and herbs and served in its own jus but oh that crust and oh that juicy tender meat. And i'm not even a lamb fan (i only have a weakness for lambskin). The dish is rather small, i wouldn't recommend sharing if you're not ordering many dishes.Dinner concluded on a high (from the sweetness) with the Steamed Dark Chocolate Pudding ($15). There is so much of that rich chocolate sauce with dark chocolate chunks on top of the cake. I thought the cake was a little dry that night though. Lolla is certainly going on my favorites list. B, who didn't have a good impression of Lolla, became a convert after this meal. All thanks to my stellar taste in food no doubt. Our bill was only $110 because we weren't up for more eating and drinks weren't included. continue reading
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Level2 2013-10-22
When kerbside gourmet (the food truck) had a collaboration with the chefs from Lolla, in celebration of a festival at the National Museum, I knew I had to go and give their signature dish - Sea urchin on squid ink pudding, a try!!The little cup (as high as only 8 cm) was really very puny and it costs a whopping $10. But in my opinion, size did not matter because I was mind-blown after just the first bite!!! The squid ink pudding was tasty and the sea urchin was sweet and extremely fresh!!! Hop over to Lolla for a more generous serving. continue reading
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