Daily: 12:00 - 14:30
Daily: 18:00 - 22:00
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.
We came on a rather crowded Monday evening at 7.45pm.
Ordered a couple of rounds of happy hour cocktails at $10. Happy hour ends at 8 but the manager is happy to hold the order for the second round until later in the evening. Recommend the cava & grapefruit mimosa and the whiskey sour.
Unfortunately no happy hour for the sangria!
Restaurant offers mostly traditional tapas. Ordered too many tapas to remember. But most memorable was the san jacobos (sp.?) and prawns al jillo (sp.?). The prawns were fresh and simply imiplemented. But delicious!
Fed back to the manager that the restaurant looked a little understaffed. But they were nonetheless very helpful and sincere.
Overall a casual and relaxing place!
Went there for VDay celebration with the hub and 22 months babe.
At $99 nett for the couple's meal, it was one of the most economical VDay deal that I can find. Serving sizes were decent too.
The raspberry Gazpacho was refreshing but not being very acquainted to spanish cuisine, it took us some times to get used to the taste.
There are a really huge portion of foie gras on lentils. Foie Gras was big and tasted ok. We couldn't finish up the lentils. It tasted quite nuetral so it gotta go with the Foie Gras.
Spanish tomato bread was the favourite of the TAPAS. Very well crisped up with fresh ham and veg.
The main was a seafood squid ink rice which tasted very good and seafood was very fresh too. There were also other paella options which may be more suitable for a romantic occasion like valentines other than mouth-staining squid ink. Having said that, for a married couple, we really enjoyed it.
Dessert was mouth watering with catalan cream. The liquer was very very nicely added having the alcohol burnt off. Molten chocolate cake was the only dish of the day which we felt could be improved. It was only mildly molten.
Overall it was a great meal. We would love to come try other items on the ala carte menu one day.
This casual restaurant is actually recommended by a Spanish friend of mine. Having visited countless other Spanish restaurants in Singapore, I can say that the food is good and authentic. Service is warm and sincere. Recommended for my friends!
The Singtel Thursday 2 mains for $20 during lunch is a SCAM! The Hungry Go Where ad claimed that the deal is worth from $30-$52. However, a separate Singtel Thursday menu with limited options was presented (not from the list of main dishes which are now called hearty dishes). These dishes are a subset of the daily lunch menu costing from $10 to $15. Therefore, your savings is $0-$10 max rather than up to $32 as claimed. We ordered the eggs royale. The hollandaise sauce was more like a lemon curd consistency & cold, the "brioche" tasted like sweet buns buttered and toasted, the eggs were not soft boiled rather than poached. In short, poor execution for a basic dish. Service was mediocre as the staff was not well trained. Upon arrival we looked at the Singtel menu and the waitress told us we cannot have that even before qualifying if we had a reservation for it. When she cleared the table, she lost her grip of the serving chopping boards and splattered bread crumbs. She was not the least apologetic. What is more disturbing is the restaurant deleted the review from their facebook page.