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Milagro Spanish Restaurant

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Milagro is an indie restaurant that aims to introduce the diverse culinary traditions of Spain as well as the warmth and hospitality of Spanish culture. 

Daily: 12:00 - 14:30

Daily: 18:00 - 22:00

+65 62386248
$26 based on 33 submissions
After Work (10 votes), Ala Carte (6 votes), Lunch (6 votes)
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Food is amazing

I don't normally write about food but let's just say here that the food here is amazing.
 
 Cream of Mushrooms - Not just the "normal" version - this soup is full of mushroom's "umami" flavour. It also has a nice touch of truffles. Extraordinary.
 
 Patatas bravas - spain's favorite tapa. Spanish cubed-shaped french fries tapas. This version is slightly spicier than the ones I tried in Spain. I don't know how they did it, but the sauce is super spicy and super addictive. The potatoes are also well fried to a sinful and delicious crisp.
 
 Slow-cooked galician octopus. Very tender octopus that melts in your mouth. The seasoning is a perfect symphony in your mouth.
 
 It's the small details that showcases a chef's skill and patience. The food does not disappoint and is reasonably priced. Will visit again soon.

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• 16 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Worse Experience Ever

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 Ate at Milagro Spanish Restaurant at Orchard Central today. And there's one thing I can say.    It's e worst!    Extremely bad encounter with it, especially on our 1st time there.    -Rude and forgetful waiter: the waiter had said tat (and I quote) "it is troublesome", when we had requested e hot dish (in e pic) to be placed further away from my brother so tat we could share it and also prevent my bro fr getting scalded by e pan.  The waiter had also forget an appetizer and a main course of ours when all dishes had been done with.    - food was not up to what we had expected as mentioned in lady iron chef's blog. Really disappointed with them. Food was so bland, not even up to how a Spanish food should taste like.    I've to say. This was the worst food experience me and my family had. Ruined everyone's mood as well. The price of the food was not even up to standard with its price. We had swore to strike this off our restaurant list.
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• 16 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Food is amazing

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I don't normally write about food but let's just say here that the food here is amazing.
 
 Cream of Mushrooms - Not just the "normal" version - this soup is full of mushroom's "umami" flavour. It also has a nice touch of truffles. Extraordinary.
 
 Patatas bravas - spain's favorite tapa. Spanish cubed-shaped french fries tapas. This version is slightly spicier than the ones I tried in Spain. I don't know how they did it, but the sauce is super spicy and super addictive. The potatoes are also well fried to a sinful and delicious crisp.
 
 Slow-cooked galician octopus. Very tender octopus that melts in your mouth. The seasoning is a perfect symphony in your mouth.
 
 It's the small details that showcases a chef's skill and patience. The food does not disappoint and is reasonably priced. Will visit again soon.
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• 17 Feb 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Restaurant closes at 2pm ridiculous lazy crews

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On the 15 of February 2015 , my husband bought me and my siblings to this restaurant at 2pm intended to have lunch. We stepped into the restaurant and an indian stuff stopped us and said that the restaurant was closed. There were actually still customers in there with no foods on the table but we were told CLOSED. We were agitated by how we were chased off despite arguing for the extremely early closing time . I would like to complain about the laziness of the working crews here as I am certain that orchard central restaurants don't close that early.
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