- Popular Singapore Restaurant
Address12 N Canal Rd, Singapore 048825
Opening hourDaily 11:30AM - 2:30PM, 5:30PM - 12:00AM
Contact number+65 6221 7790
Price / Fee[1 year ago]
Crispy Pig’s Head Dehesa Signature (S$28) ‧ Dehesa Octopus (S$28) ‧ Halloumi Cheese ($22) ‧ Hanger Steak ($23) ‧ Pack of Ribs ($25) ‧ Ribeye Steak ($25)
[3 years ago]
Apple Tart ($12) ‧ Arroz with Squid (S$28) ‧ Beets ($24) ‧ Bone Marrow ($22) ‧ Bone Marrow ($34) ‧ Braised Beef Cheeks ($36) ‧ Carabineros Arroz ($36) ‧ Caramel Flan with Smoked Pancetta ($5) ‧ Chocolat ($14) ‧ Chocolat (S$15) ‧ Chorizo ($24) ‧ Cold cuts ($10) ‧ Crispy Pig Head Dehesa Signature ($28) ‧ Croquetas ($14) ‧ Croquetas 4 Pieces ($14) ‧ Cured Meats Platter (S$42) ‧ Dehesa Bravas Potatoes ($12) ‧ Dehesa Octopus ($28) ‧ Dehesa Platter of Cold Meats ($25) ‧ Duck Hearts on Toast ($10) ‧ Figateddu Pork Sausage ($17) ‧ Figatelli pork sausage ($17) ‧ Gin Panna Cotta ($15) ‧ Iberico Jowls ($28) ‧ Jamon Croquetas (S$14) ‧ Jamon De Bellota 100% Iberico 5J ($36) ‧ Lala ($14) ‧ Melon Sorbet ($14) ‧ Monkfish liver on toast ($16) ‧ Octopus ($28) ‧ Ox Cheek, Oloroso Glazed ($36) ‧ Pig Skin Tagliatelle, Ragout ($28) ‧ Pimientos De Padron ($14) ‧ Pulled Pork Sandwich ($18) ‧ Quarter Crispy Suckling Pig ($65) ‧ Seafood Rice ($22) ‧ Sherry Lala ($18) ‧ Smoky Pimientos De Padron ($14) ‧ Squid Ink Arroz ($28) ‧ Torijas ($12)
Signature DishesDehesa Octopus ‧ Chocolat ‧ Pimientos De Padron ‧ Croquetas ‧ Dehesa Bravas Potatoes ‧ Gin Panna Cotta ‧ Jamon Croquetas ‧ Bone Marrow
Dishes[3 years ago]
Beef Short Ribs ‧ Charred Peppers with Sea Salt ‧ Clams, Sherry. Garlic and Chilli ‧ Crispy Braised Pig With Capers And Soft Yolk ‧ Grilled Octopus, Potatoes and Lard ‧ Jamon Croquetas ‧ Squid Ink With Tender Baby Octopus ‧ Truffle Sandwich
Dehesa (which in Spanish means “grasslands” – home of the Iberico pig) is an escape from the ordinary. The only front-runner of the nose to tail eating revolution in Singapore, it is the home of distinctive, made-from-scratch and robustly flavoured alternative cut and offal delicacies, as well as succulent classic cut specialities with a commitment to whole animal usage.
Questions and Tips
Information & Tips about Dehesa?
Dehesa @ North Canal Road - Introducing Power Lunch SetsIf you are in for a afternoon tipple, simple cocktails and house pours are available too.
Dehesa.sg | FacebookDehesa.sg. 544 likes · 6 talking about this · 685 were here. Dehesa (which in Spanish means “grasslands” – home of the Iberico pig) is an escape from the...
Dehesa - Singapore River - 3 tips from 34 visitorsSee 25 photos and 3 tips from 61 visitors to Dehesa. "Newly opened tapas bar with dark interiors. Pricey with small portions. If available, their..."
Dehesa Restaurant – Unique Nose-To-Tail Dining Experience In SingaporeBecause if there is one place that champions the goodness that is an animal’s insides marvellously, it’s Dehesa.
Dehesa Restaurant @ North Canal Road - Surprising In Flavour And Not In Cuts2 types of seafood Spanish style rice are available, in which we had the Squid which serves 2 pax ($28). In pitch black squid ink, the rice was creamy, rich in ocean flavour but not too much.
Food Review: Dehesa at North Canal Road | Delicious Spanish Food in Raffles Place by ex-UNA ChefDehesa is a great dining option in Raffles Place. The food is delicious with no fancy gimmicks, and is easily one of the best casual Spanish dining restaurants in Singapore.
Dehesa- More than just Nose to Tail diningI'm not paid to say good things about them but i really feel that they are super underrated. There's no need to be intimidated by the nose-to-tail concept really, Dehesa is that and more.
Dehesa Singapore – Adventurous, hearty and pig-centric Spanish fareThe UTW (“Under Ten Words”): Spanish, hearty and gloriously pig-centric, nose-to-tail, occasionally adventurous comfort fare.
The must-orders (if any): Carabinero Arroz, Gin Panna Cotta
Dehesa – Complete nose-to-tail dining by Chef Jean-Philippe PatrunoThe dishes here are simple yet well executed.
Dehesa, Boat Quay: “We Are Not A Tapas Joint. Don’t Ask Us for Paella!” – Rubbish Eat Rubbish GrowAll in all, the food is pleasant. Although nothing stands out for me, there is a play of textures and flavors in each dish.
Dehesa Singapore: Revolutionary approach to Spanish offal diningNo need to be a hardcore lover of offal and alternative meat dining, but do come by to Dehesa and experience a whole new culinary scene unique in Singapore.