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inspired yet simple small-plates combining the finest ingredients and seasonal produce with the influences of the mediterranean.

22 Ann Siang Road
Singapore 069702

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

10:30am - 03:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm



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Pigeon ($33)-expensive for something this small. My first time trying a pigeon, their's was delicious 4.5/5

A simple combination of ingredients that exudes such decadence - the smooth, creamy butter and that umami packed kombu. Would you be jealous if I told you I made my own kombu butter and am chomping on toasted sourdough with a very generous serving of it. Mmmmm... #burpple #lollasg

Can roast chicken get anymore perfect than this? It looks perfect, it's beautifully plated, the entire piece of skin is crispy, the flesh is tender, juicy and screams flavor! #lollasg #burpple

Got this delivered to the office for lunch - could not be more satisfied!!! Love love love this dish at brunch in Lolla, so seeing this on the delivery lunch menu was just perfect. A tad pricey but a true treat. Think generous chunks of crab and melty Emmenthal and mozzarella...

SO GOOD. Hearty, melt in your mouth goodness that got everyone else in the office jealous. Get this and a side of baguette with Kombu Butter for a really satisfying desk lunch. You can get this delivered through the Burpple app too!

Lolla is the place we point our friends to for good food — which is why we think every couple should make a pilgrimage here at least once in their relationship. Expect hearty and downright delicious small plates that are great for sharing with your beau. Apart from some of the best-selling dinner items like the Sourdough ($4) with Kombu Butter ($7) that are also available at brunch, there are a few new additions like the Stuffed Squid ($26) and the Crab Lasagna ($29) that you must order. The latter is packed full of luscious crabmeat and paired with a delectable bechamel sauce, a dish Burpple Tastemaker Michelle Kayla Tey says is "bound to leave you sighing with contentment". If the wallet is willing, order the Doughnuts with Lemon Curd ($12) or the Steamed Dark Chocolate Pudding ($15) for a luxurious ending.
Avg Price: $70 per couple
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Michelle Kayla Tey

This is best described as a flavour bomb in a tiny bowl.
Creamy raw sea urchin on top of dense squid ink pudding. These are two very strong flavours here, and both are creamy. I especially love the soft mushy and fresh uni but the squid ink pudding was also especially thick and umami.

Doughnuts with lemon custard (S$12) is the best dessert and I'll visit more in the future for other dishes. The workers were friendly and explained about menu precisely well.

I like how the savoury marinate of this pigeon permeates through to its flesh. So while the pigeon flesh was already sweet on its own, it's also savory cos of how well this is marinated. Looks like a simple dish, but the right chefs behind it can make this shine.

The thought of blue cheese in your virtuous omelette may raise a few eyebrows and wrinkle some noses, but if you are a lover of stinky cheeses, I urge you not to miss this. It's not so simple as merely mixing in the cheese—no, you don't get chunks of it in the fluffy omelette, but that distinct "aroma" does come through as you dig deeper into its juicy, molten layers. Remarkable dish, but do share as it does get overwhelming after one bite too many.

Because who says no to bacon STEAK, right? Thickly cut and grilled to melty perfection, this is bacon in its full glory. Not wildly in love with the creamed peas on top, but they did help to ease the saltiness so that you can have MORE 😎

Saving the best for the last. These babies are practically brunch & dessert rolled into one. Slathered onto the deliciously tart rhubarb conserve, Lolla's homemade hazelnut butter was a refined and less sweet version of Nutella, yet no less full-flavoured. The slightly tangy ricotta refreshed the combination, and the stellar sourdough deserves yet another mention for its amazing flavour and crustiness; it held up all that goodness without turning soggy. I'm definitely having this again on my next visit.

I didn't snap a photo of it, but the Steamed Dark Chocolate Pudding ($15) is fantabulous—a must-try for chocolate lovers. Imagine the cool vanilla bean ice-cream melting against warm, luscious semi-molten chocolate in your mouth. So good.

Wish I'd gotten a photo of the intersection to show how the lasagna pocket bulged with luscious crab meat, which kinda tasted like chilli crab sans the chilli. Paired with a delectable bechamel sauce, it is bound to leave you sighing with contentment—rightly indulgent for a Sunday brunch. Although it looks deceivingly small, the portion would be sufficient for 3-4 pax considering the other delicious plates you'd be tempted to order as well.

A dish that had us at 'wow' from the very first bite. The smoked-kissed chargrilled squid rings were firm, yet tender, and pregnant with fillings so yummy I just had to find out.

Here's when the oft-quoted cliche 'Ignorance is bliss' became relevant—when the answer that came back was, "Prawns and squid head." I managed an "Oh", and proceeded to devour the plates head-on. Whether you're intrepid or inquisitive, this is something you wouldn't wanna miss at Lolla's Sunday Brunch.

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