Nestled within tranquil greenery in the Aranda Country Club, Pasir Ris – ASPA combines traditional Spanish food with Asian ingredients to create greater synergy in the flavours of its dishes.
The casual-style neighbourhood restaurant is also the first to launch the Spanish paella cooked in claypot, a time-honoured cooking method favoured in Asian cuisine.
Traditional in philosophy, contemporary in execution
The food at ASPA is grounded on the fundamentals of Spanish cooking with influences of Asia added to the recipes; the marriage of flavours, reflective of the amalgamation of experiences of its culinary team, seeks to be greater than the sum of its parts - one that is hearty, well-balanced and yet remains familiar.
Small plates, great experiences
Tapas are the mainstay of ASPA with an array of Asian-inspired and classic Spanish small plates, designed for joyful eating and sharing. Focused on bringing forth simple and down-to-earth flavours, the quality of the seafood and meat ingredients hailing from the Mediterranean region, Spain and Australia is paramount to us.
Singapore’s first claypot paella
Taking two iconic local dishes to create something more; the robust flavours of the arroz caldoso are accentuated by the smoky aroma from cooking in a claypot with the crusty rice bits at the bottom. At ASPA, we aim to surprise, and delight.