09 Oct '15, 12am
My Little Spanish Place Opens in Boat Quay
While the flagship My Little Spanish Place restaurant in Bukit Timah is celebrated for its paella, the chefs have introduced the Fideuà Verde ($38 for small, $66 for large) – a similar dish to paella that uses short noodles instead of Bomba rice. The short noodles are cooked in concentrated homemade prawn stock until it achieves a crispy layer of soccarat at the bottom of the pan. Although the fideuà is a common dish in Spain, the chefs have created a Spinach-based paste and mixed it into the Fideuà for a unique green shade. I actually find this insanely delicious with perfectly cooked shellfish and the charred noodles at the bottom add a contrasting texture.