FOC is a buzzy, interactive experience, a vibrant Barcelonian affair in the heart of Singapore with stunning food and outstanding cocktails. FOC Restaurant, is a collaboration between Michelin-Starred Chef Nandu Jubany, Chef Jordi Noguera and award-winning mixologist Dario Knox. At FOC you will be greeted by sights and sounds of a busy open kitchen and cocktail bar where chefs and mixologists work side-by-side.

40 Hongkong Street
Singapore 059679

12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

06:00pm - 10:00pm



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Braised beef cheek ($36)-listed as a big plate to share but size is pretty much the same as the other tapas. Really tender 4/5

Spanish french toast ($10)-like a cinnamon sugar coated donut filled with custard 4/5

Paella squid ink ($26)-fresh seafood, creamy squid ink paella. The picture is the paella when it was portioned alreasy 😅 4.25/5

Open tortilla ($26)-creamy omelette that somehow taste fishy though i dont think there is seafood init.okay it was actually an open omelette before the portioning 😅 4/5

Spanish tapas bar, should really order more than what you think is necessary since portions are small.

Patatas Bravas ($10)-overly crispy fries, with a nice side of marinara & mayo(?) 4/5

Peppers plate ($14)-not spicy tbh, more salty and red ones were sweet 4/5

Looking good from every angle, the “Codfish Mousse with Piquillo Peppers Marmalade” was one of my favourites from the new items at FOC Restaurant on Hongkong Street. That finishing touch of sorrel may not look like much but it ups the ante on the flavour profile considerably.
Besides the novelty of enjoying cod in a sensuous velvety foam form, what I liked very much was how its warm savouriness was played off by the light sweetness and crunchy texture (from the tiny pepper seeds) in the marmalade.
By the way, I don’t know how or why but EVERY SINGLE TIME I step into this particular FOC restaurant, there is always some kind of party happening!

An oldie but goodie. My must-order whenever I am here.
I was told by Executive Chef Jordi that they use Argentinian Prawns as they’re sweet and have a crunchy bite. The medium large beauties came on a bed of silky, umami seafood and potato purée because plain ol’ mash just wouldn’t do.

A study of tasty contrasts in the mouth came from the slightly soft, smoky sweet potato and the chewy quinoa. Crumbly feta cheese gave this its salty edge while sundried tomatoes lent a deep note of sweetness. Completing the party were pinenuts and piparra, a type of mild, tangy green peppers from Northern Spain.
Good choice whether you’re a vegetarian or not.

Looking a lot like dessert but is actually a cold tapas, the Roasted Pumpkin Pudding with Smoked Eel and Foie Gras is one of several new additions to the menu at FOC on Hongkong Street.
The subtly sweet, soft pumpkin pudding was an unusual but very pleasant base for the savoury eel and creamy foie gras. Bursting with sweet juice, the raspberries did much more than add colour.

Great start with this vodka, spiced milk & espresso! So so tempted to lick the glass clean from those seductive cocoa powder!
"Xapadillo" Eel & Pork Belly with Egg Yolk & Cauliflower Purée ($20) . I'm not an 'eel' person but this was yummy when mixed with the egg & the purée.
Cod Fish Fritter & Cod Pil-Pil (5pcs) ($13) . Sadly the fritter was not crispy as I expected it to be.
Mushroom Croquette (4pcs) ($10) . Very crispy and tasty! But it would be better if chucks of mushroom could be tasted among the creamy filling.
Grilled Scallops with Soy Cavier & "Bonito" Stock (2pcs) ($16) . This was so so so good! Though slightly salty, I slurped the last drop of the stock!
Octopus Galician Style - Slow Cooked & Charcoal Grilled ($22) . I came with this in mind! Octopus was soft & chewy but lacked the charred taste I so looking forward to.
Angus Short Rib with Confit Potatoes & Portobello Mushroom (500g) ($45) . Done-ness was just right and my dinner date loved the potatoes. Yum!
So glad to finally dine at my 'wish list' place and beside the palatable food, the service was awesome!!

Ok we really overcompensate when we are out on our own. Too full for our 30-something year-old bodies. #burp

Used to be my favorite place for Spanish food. Everything is good there面皮卷着牛肉碎 再浇上满满的cheese 点缀一点芝士片和蘑菇 真的是太好吃了 牛肉太柔软酱汁调味也很对 意面皮在浓郁的芝士奶香中软软包裹牛肉碎 满足到爆炸

The main and tapas were good for sharing among 2-3 persons. Me and my friends ordered the squid ink paella ($24++), cod fish fritter balls with apple purée ($12++), Patatas Bravas (potato fritters $8++) and flaming rum brioche with chantilly ice cream ($14++). We love the presentation and food was so good. Nice place to chill out.

Papa sim brought us to this supposedly renowned Spanish restaurant downtown and first I got to say the ambience is spot on. The dim lights, upbeat music and placement of decor was pretty inviting I would say :--))) we got a high table, a square one for 8 people (if you go as a couple I think you will have to share the high table with others, that being said the table is large enough for that not to be a problem) Like all Spanish tapas, there was a variety of foods, all in small portions but good for sharing and if you are the kind who likes to try anything but not too much of everything! We ordered the squid ink paella, saffron scampi paella, mushroom and ham croquette (the different types), steak, octopus, prawns, char grilled vegetables, pork belly and lamb~~~ mmm so satisfying 😛😛 price point is q high, perhaps it is more for a celebratory dinner or for after work drinks but definitely worth every cent

Tarte Tatin, re-imagined FOC style -- whole poached apple lightly glazed with caramel, on a bed of salted caramel and a buttery, short crust base. The warm apple was soft and sweet, with a hint of tartness that went down well with the salty, rich caramel and refreshingly chilly vanilla bean ice cream.

Taste: 3.5/5

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