Saturday, June 01, 2013

Sabio by the Sea @ Quayside Isle

Those who have not been to Sentosa Cove would not have recognised this place. In just over a few years, this former reclaim land is now home to many rich and famous Singaporeans and overseas residents, with many owning a yatch or two..

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The restaurant we are going today is Sabio, which first opened along Duxton Hill.

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Their branch at Sentosa has a really relaxed seaside resort feel.

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As with all visits to most Spanish restaurants, it is mandatory for us to order a jug of refreshing Red Sangria (S$46 per jug).

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First came the Tomato bread (S$6)

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We like the Baby sardine in olive oil (S$19). Delicious to nibble on.

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The drinks went well with Spanish ham and sausage (S$27)

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One of our favourite dish here - Patatas alioli. Fried potato with garlic mayonnaise (S$9). The potatoes were crispy on the outside, and fluffy and smooth in the inside.

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Sea scallop with sparkling white wine sauce (S$16)

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Chicken skewer in garlic queso manchego (S$16). The chicken was tender and juicy.

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La Medula (S$19) - Grilled bone marrow, toasted baguette with Serano Butter

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La Carne (S$39.00) Grilled ribeye (300g), salsa de Tomate Picante, grilled pinentos. I think we over-ordered and could not finish the food. But the ribeye, although not of good quality cut, was okay for us,

Sabio by the Sea
31 Ocean Way
Quayside Isle

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