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Una, Rochester Park – Tapas Bar


How does a restaurant stand out from amongst the crowd? One way, as UNA at One Rochester has, is to open a European restaurant that serves up dishes from 3 cuisines – French, Italian or Spanish. Whether it’s confusion or a show of creativity, that’s ultimately for the diner to decide. My take? I’m always game for choice!

To put things short, UNA Tapas Bar is the reincarnation of the old One Rochester. What has changed is its dining concept (gone with the communal dining, in with the small plates). Many restaurants have indeed gone down this path and I wonder, is the concept of small plates a phase in the development of Singapore’s culinary experience or one that is here to stay perpetually. 

Señor Taco

What started out as a small taqueria (pron: Ta-Ke-Ria) at The Cannery, Clarke Quay, Señor Taco now expanded into a full-fledged restaurant or Cantina in the quaint location of CHIJMES.  A Taqueria is spanish for “Taco Stall” and Cantina practically means “Canteen”.  They have definitely made their milestone with their new outlet.

Señor Taco serves a comprehensive array of Mexican street fare, from your Tacos, to your Quesadillas to the items that you’ve probably never heard of.  


SANTI recently launched an exclusive Catalan 4-course set lunch (consisting of an appetizer, an entree, a main and a dessert) that is available only on Sundays. It’s the perfect alternative to the usual brunch places on one of those lazy Sundays. The traditional Catalan menu aims to bring guests back to the roots of the restaurant, featuring traditional home cooked dishes that embodies the strong flavors of the cuisine. 

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