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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
$24 based on 32 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 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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• 04 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great value for money

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I had lunch here on a Saturday afternoon with two other companions - we got a table by the window,  which had a pretty good view of the Orchard shopping area. All three of us opted for Milagro's all-day, every day set menu (two courses for $22.90 or three courses for $25.90 - no GST or service charge is added to your bill). My two courses were a trio of cold soup shooters (gazpacho, ajo blanco and melon gazpacho) and chicken a la Catalana (chicken leg stewed with prunes and pine nuts).

I am by no means an expert on Spanish cuisine (whatever the region), but thought the dishes were well-executed. Judging from the quality and freshness of the ingredients, this restaurant clearly has its suppliers nailed down as well. The soups were refreshing, and the chicken was tender without being mushy (I'm not the biggest fan of prunes but was able to get through most of the dish).

All in all, the food is excellent, especially for the price. My only (minor) complaint is directed at the hipster-cafe setup (complete with aluminium chairs and bare concrete floor), which I'm not sure is the right choice of decor for Spanish food (especially on a date night). That aside, would definitely make a repeat visit, even if the prices were slightly higher. It's all the more impressive considering it's a 100% local setup (both chef and owner) - will be interesting to see what the expat community make of it once word starts getting around.
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