We headed down to one of the city’s hottest dining spots of the moment BOMBA—named after the Bomba rice used to make its signature paella—for a Spanish fiesta. Here’s a teaser:
“It’s a busy, vivacious venue with loud music and lots of action. Chef Jean-Philippe Patruno who’s had stints at establishments like Barrafina Spanish Tapas Restaurant and Bar in London heads the kitchen, keeping the focus firmly on its paella with options including arroz negro (from $40)—with squid, dry sherry, squid ink and black mushrooms—and Valenciana (from $35), cooked in saffron chicken stock and studded with chorizo, pork belly and chicken.”
To find out more about what we thought of Singapore’s newest specialist paella place, read our full Open Door report.