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Popular Barcelonian Bar, Tapas 24 Opens Its First Asian Outpost In Singapore!

More exciting and exotic food brands are gracing Singapore’s shores. Beyond Argentine burger joint Carne by chef Mauro Colegreco, and the upcoming three-month pop-up of the World’s Best Restaurant, Mirazur at members club Straits Clan, the Little Red Dot officially welcomes the wildly popular Barcelonian bar, Tapas 24 by chef Carles Abellán.

Set to open its doors on 7th May 2021 at The Quayside in Robertson Quay, the all-new restaurant will mark Tapas 24’s first Asian outpost, brought here in collaboration with Singapore-based restaurant group, L’Angélus.

Highlighting seasonal Spanish products, refreshing Sangria and a unique range of Spanish street cocktails in addition to a robust wine list, the all-new Tapas 24 outlet will showcase an extensive menu which combines both a traditional and modern take on Spanish snacks, such as the elegant truffle “bikini”, also known as the ham and cheese toasted sandwich, and the chicken croquettes which comprise of crispy morsels filled with creamy chicken.

While official prices have yet to be disclosed, discerning guests can expect Tapas 24 to feature an energetic atmosphere, unfussy service, and sublime tapas! For more information visit or follow the bar on Instagram!

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