La Salsa

La Salsa is for anyone craving Mom's home-style food the kind you would find in Mexico – simple yet wholesome with only the best quality ingredients used to remain true to traditional flavours; together with our margaritas and sangrias to complete your thirst for a Mexican fix. Deliciously authentic but with a modern twist to keep in tune to the current lifestyles of discerning taste buds.

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La Salsa Address 11 Dempsey Road #01-17, Singapore 249673
La Salsa Nearest MRT EW19 Queenstown MRT
La Salsa Website Website
La Salsa Phone +65 6475 6976
La Salsa Opening Hours Daily : 12:00pm - 11:00pm
La Salsa Food Price S$28 - S$48 per pax

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What people say about La Salsa

52 reviews
  • Grilled Pork Ribs were very soft and tender and falls off the ribs easily

  • 🤩🤩🤩 Just a plate of these crunchy munchies paired with some tangy salsa 🍅 & creamy guacamole 🥑 will be so heavenly

  • I’ve come to realise why this is so popular among other diners

  • The cheese balls 🧀 were lightly breaded & fried to the perfect golden brown

  • 🤤🤤🤤 I’m guessing they used Jalapeno peppers 🌶 in the tomatillo sauce so it does have quite a bit of spicy kick but it was certainly shiok (satisfying)

  • 🔥 The richness in its flavours got me going for more dips with the tortilla chips

  • Food is really good in particular the tiger prawn chimichanga is a must try

  • The osso busso is really tender and tasty for beef lovers

  • The birra is best to be shared with other dishes

  • The weekend is gone & Monday is here once again

  • It’s ok I’m sending you some positive vibes with the vibrancy of food at LA Salsa

  • There have since ventured into dishes with Cuban/Spanish/Brazilian influences to please the ever changing palates of diners so you can always look forward to their new menus

  • Their Osso Buco ($30++) is a classic example of the chef’s spin off on a traditional Italian dish

  • Typically braised with vegetables

  • La Salsa’s rendition is prepared in a Latin way in red wine tomato

  • Sauce that is absolutely robust in flavours

  • Donning an alluring golden coat is their Passionfruit Paloma ($16++)

  • Their mocktail selection is bound to please you just as much

  • Virgin Margarita ($12++) will please you with its rich fruity flavours which appears to be predominantly strawberries

  • Mint leaves & simple syrup was reminiscent of mojito but with a whiff of fragrance from the sweet lychee

  • Featuring fried tortilla wraps with savoury fillings of your choice

  • Stuffed together with cheddar cheese

  • $22++) and this was my FAVOURITE dish of the night

  • The deep fried tortilla was perfectly executed

  • Layering of taste & textures was on point the meats were also kept moist by the creamy savoury cheese

  • Ambience was relaxing with live band playing

  • Protected been perfect if the ribs were a bit more moist or fatty the way I love my ribs

  • Handmade meatballs were baked and served on a hotplate

  • The essential step was also to spread the guacamole and salsa dip on the inner side of the wrap

  • When El Salvador (S$18.00) was served to me

  • I wondered if I was really given fruit punch with little alcohol content

  • I liked the cocktail for the fact that there was a little sourness coming from the fresh lime juice and grenadine

  • The confusing part was contributed by the Frangelico

  • The presentation of the fish was quite dramatic with the boneless piece of seabass laid in the curve of a giant flaky cracker

  • I love a good steak so the automatic choice of protein when I ordered the Fajitas was the Angus ribeye

  • Tiger prawns and vegetables were very tempting too

  • It smelled so good sizzling on the hotplate with soft capsicums and browned onions that I could feel my mouth watering

  • Eating Fajitas is always fun

  • The process of taking the pieces of meat and rolling them up in the tortilla (the set comes with 4 of those in a separate container) with a bit of the guacamole

  • Cheese and jalapeños is enjoyably interactive

  • The most important bit is whether the taste makes the cut

  • The savings is very attractive

  • The actual churro was not too bad

  • We have been to La Salsa several times because they have the best Mexican food in Singapore

  • The restaurant is a fabulous space and the food was absolutely delicious

  • The service however was lacking and we sat with our empty dishes at our table contemplating whether we have another drink for half an hour before we got up to get the bill

  • Good food at a reasonable price and great atmosphere with live music

  • Could probably do with a couple more waiters as it was very busy on our recent visit

  • La Salsa is consistent with its food and the atmosphere never disappoints

  • The Chimichanga is always fried so well

  • Drinks prices were not as cheap but the margaritas were tasty (not as strong as i wanted though)

  • We had enchilada and burrito and both were very yummy

Questions & Answers About La Salsa

    1. Take East West Line MRT
    2. Alight at EW19 Queenstown MRT
    3. Exit towards Exit B - Queenstown Stadium, Queenstown Swimming Pool
    4. Walk about 1150 meters from Exit B - Queenstown Stadium, Queenstown Swimming Pool to La Salsa, walking time is around 20 mins.
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