Pincho Disco is a maximalist restaurant with playful Latin American dishes and cocktails. Split across two levels, it offers a choose-your-own-adventure dining experience. Walk in and you’re greeted with an open kitchen view and a bar to the right. Choose between booth seating, a large chef’s table, or a bar stool overlooking the kitchen (where you’ll be served directly by the chefs). Upstairs, there’s a second bar, as well as more tables and booth seating.

The menu highlights Latin America’s coastal regions, going all the way from Mexico to Argentina. There are, of course, pinchos – bar snacks often served on sticks and typically more substantial than tapas (and that have their origins in northern Spain’s Basque country, where they’re called pintxos). You’ll find pinchos and anticuchos (Peruvian skewers) made with Wagyu, king prawns and chorizo. Proteins include spatchcock, dry-aged beef and rainbow trout cooked on the Josper grill and in the Mesiano woodfired oven. For dessert, you might find tres leches cake, rice pudding and a banana-custard mille-feuille.

As for drinks, there are cocktails on tap, including Grapefruit Margaritas and Espresso Martinis, as well as a rotating list of cocktails to share.

The venue is from the Kickon Group (The Terminus Hotel, The Continental Sorrento). The colour-soaked interior, designed by Studio Tate, features gold walls, bright silver tables and banquette seating covered in bright pink and baby blue geometric fabric.

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Updated: November 27th, 2023

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