Casual Mediterranean kitchen and bar Miss Fitz unveils a Spanish-inspired “Tapas Time!” small bites menu to go with your pre-evening drinks.
There’s no real reason to hang around the Central Business District during odd hours, but Miss Fitz Kitchen + Bar intends to give us one. To celebrate its second anniversary, chill hangout spot located at The Sail near the Marina Promenade has just launched a new pre-dinner grazing menu that just happens to coincide with happy hour. How fortuitous!
Miss Fitz, known for its communal-style Mediterranean-inspired dishes perfect for sharing, has introduced a tapas menu to complement its existing lunch and dinner menus, available during the evenings. Even better, these small tapas come in at prices ranging from S$5++ to S$8++ each, and specifically S$3++ per portion during its special “Tapas Time!” between 3pm to 6pm daily.
These tapas dishes come at bite-size morsels that’s great for picking on while you sip on some refreshing cocktails. The Crispy Falafel, for example, comes as tiny finger-friendly little chickpea balls, and likewise the canape that is the Chicken Pate of chicken liver mousse en croute with a touch of sweetness from apricot preserve. We did enjoy the Sauteed Artichoke, which sees fresh artichoke cooked in chorizo oil for a smoky, savoury flavour. Craving something deep-fried? The battered Prawn Skewers is a good option, and it comes with a delectably creamy aioli to dip in.
If you’re feeling more than peckish, there are its small plate options. The grilled Halloumi gives you the saltiness you want to chase a wine down with. The Morroccan Meatballs in red pepper sauce will also please.
For drinks you can’t go wrong with the signature Miss Fitz gin & tonic or the rose wine cooler Rosa especially on a warm, humid day. There are classic cocktails too – the Margarita, Negroni, and Whiskey Sour all make great early evening aperitifs – otherwise there’s Stella Artois on tap, or house wines to pick from.
Good enough reason to stick around the CBD in the early evenings? We think so.