We ate at Fandango in early October on a warm Sunday evening and quite enjoyed it. They don't pretend to be only serving authentic Spanish tapas so diners should not be confused. We had four tapas between two and felt that was adequate. The twice cooked potato wedges hinted at patatas bravas but the prawns with garlic was a poor imitation of gambas al ajillo being smothered with artichoke hearts makng it a wet dish with little flavour of prawn. The calamari however, often a wee challenge for the chef, was excellent without a hint of rubberiness and my belly pork fusion tapa was delicious. Service was prompt though a little confusing as four different waiters tried to take our orders. The food all arrived promptly and hot and priced were ok for Singapore (so a bit high for UK & US customers.
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