Hot on the Ann Siang Hill restaurant scene, chance a walk in and you’ll be ushered downstairs to mingle with transient Genevan traders and local regulars on the one communal table. We say: hit up one of the street-level bar stools instead and check out the passersby.
Bottles have cost their weight in oil to get here having been hand-picked in Europe by part owner Pang Hian Tee during a year’s sabbatical (you can spot him on the decks at times), so naturally, the wine list smashes it. Self-taught hot shot head chef Ming covers the breadth of the Mediterranean in his small plates. With the likes of hand cut Cinco Jotas jamón ibérico or smoked eel Spanish tortilla, there is plenty of impressive ingredients and showing off on this menu.
But Lolla's fuss free atmosphere makes it ideal for a boozy tapas lunch for one upstairs or a casual date. The urban decor has been lifted out of San Francisco or London, with trendy staff to match.