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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
$25 based on 25 submissions
After Work (7 votes), Lunch (6 votes), Ala Carte (5 votes)
Bevel Kayson

Attention to quality

Milagro is tucked away on the 8th floor of orchard central. Overall, nothing much to shop in the vicinity but a few friends mentioned the place.

The set menu is mix-&-match: Choose a main course and either an appetiser or a dessert (or both if you're feeling famished)

The set lunch I ordered came with seabass en papiliote as well as some sauted vegetables. The seabass en papiliote, that is baked in an oven in a pocket of parchment paper, came with quinoa and a citrus mayonnaise, and is unlike the quality of any of the casual seafood chains out there which serve frozen fish. The fish is clearly fresh, juicy and tender with all the moisture captured by the paper. You can smell the goodness just ripping apart the foil.

The sauteed vegetables was quite nice and crunchy. Again, usually places serve overcooked vegetables that are out in the open too long, but at this restaurant the vegetables are green and crunchy, and taste nutritious.
Overall the set lunch is of great quality with fresh ingredients at a reasonable price of $19.90

As a bonus, try their tea. I ordered a pot of Assam Gentlemen's tea at only $6.00, and it served quite a number of cups. The tea is simple and fragrant.

Overall, a very enjoyable experience at a decent price. Not a place to visit if you're in a hurry, but pay attention to their quality and you'll find it's worth the visit.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Paella10 votes
  • Creamy pasta6 votes
  • Mushroom Soup6 votes
  • Leche Frita4 votes
  • Pincho4 votes
  • Gazpacho3 votes
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21 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

lousy service. insisted that i gave in to e mistake they made. waitress can't talk.

we went on a Sunday night at 8pm which was my gf's bday. food was good, jamon ham n sangria tasted similar to e one we had in spain. buffalo wings and churros were tasty.

things turned sour when they asked for our last order at 9pm despite the official closing time being 10pm. at around 9.20pm, the waitress came to clear e plates WITHOUT bothering to ask if we were done with the food. prior to that, she already mistook that we asked for e bill, when we had only arrived but fine. 

there was a 10% uob credit card discount, and I already asked before giving my credit card and it was the waiter who informed me abt e promo. well, turned out that this 10% was not given, because they were so eager to close their accounts but it was nowhere near 9.30pm n their official closing time is 10pm.

when I clarified about the 10% discount, they didn't apologize for their mistake. they merely informed they have closed their accounts and asked if they could give us desserts in return. we were fine with it, and asked what we could have.

to our dismay, they dumped us with gave us some wine cheese. despite us saying that we do not eat cheese, the person simply replied that their kitchen was closed n e price of e cheese was higher than that of the discount. what an insult. what kind of attitude and service is this? they made an error and expected us to accept what they offered? 

fine, they were finally willing to give us back in cash. and there came e waitress who gave me e money. and perfect, she said absolutely nothing when passing me e money. I stared at her n she was expressionless. does she expect me to tell her that I was grateful that they returned me my money? 

there was no apology mentioned throughout. we were absolutely disappointed given that we read extremely good reviews abt this restaurant but the experience turned out to be terrible. great, and none of them was remorseful, or even realized it. 

kudos. 

07 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Attention to quality

Milagro is tucked away on the 8th floor of orchard central. Overall, nothing much to shop in the vicinity but a few friends mentioned the place.

The set menu is mix-&-match: Choose a main course and either an appetiser or a dessert (or both if you're feeling famished)

The set lunch I ordered came with seabass en papiliote as well as some sauted vegetables. The seabass en papiliote, that is baked in an oven in a pocket of parchment paper, came with quinoa and a citrus mayonnaise, and is unlike the quality of any of the casual seafood chains out there which serve frozen fish. The fish is clearly fresh, juicy and tender with all the moisture captured by the paper. You can smell the goodness just ripping apart the foil.

The sauteed vegetables was quite nice and crunchy. Again, usually places serve overcooked vegetables that are out in the open too long, but at this restaurant the vegetables are green and crunchy, and taste nutritious.
Overall the set lunch is of great quality with fresh ingredients at a reasonable price of $19.90

As a bonus, try their tea. I ordered a pot of Assam Gentlemen's tea at only $6.00, and it served quite a number of cups. The tea is simple and fragrant.

Overall, a very enjoyable experience at a decent price. Not a place to visit if you're in a hurry, but pay attention to their quality and you'll find it's worth the visit.
17 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great food, good service, good value

Casual spanish dining concept. Friends recommended this place. Rather obscured location tucked in one corner. Checked out last friday; actually couldn't get a table.
Came in on Sunday, the place was quiet and spacious.
I ordered a paella, their signature dish, as well as prawns, spanish tortilla and fried catalan toast dessert. They turned out to be perfect! The paella was full of flavour. Kudos to the chef for getting the rice to be done just right and the broth fully absorbed into the fat spanish grains. Prawns and tortilla were great sides, although slightly too much for just the two of us.
We thought we had no more room for dessert but changed our mind when we took a bite. It was actually a fried buttery baguette. Perfect balance of sweet and savory with a dash of cinnamon and citrus zest. Homemade ice cream was nice but melted too quickly.
Overall, I daresay the food is quite to the standard of the more well-known spanish establishments here, even exceeding them. It is unassuming, without the hype and fluff, and prices are very friendly. Will definitely recommend to others.
Friends recommended their suckling pig tapa; unfortunately it was not on the menu that day. Will be back to try it!
02 Nov 2014 • 87 reviews • 0 follower

Decent Spanish food in town

Octopus a la Gallega – Galician fair-style boiled octopus drizzled with olive oil, paprika and sea salt, was cold but sweet and not too tough. Both the non-spicy version of Champignon Mushrooms al Ajillo and spicy version of Tiger Prawns al Ajillo had nice aroma of garlic (the former contained white wine too) but were soaked in too much olive oil though the mushrooms were lovely and prawns succulent. Thumbs up for Mussels ‘Tigres’ where finely chopped mussels were mixed with other ingredients to form a filling placed on a mussel shell half, and coated with a batter before they were deep-fried. Could neither rave about nor fault the recommended spicy Buffalo Wings. See full review and pictures at http://live2eatdottravel.blogspot.sg/2014/10/milagro-spanish-restaurant.html.
30 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great for family outings, reasonable price.

I would recommend this place! Took the family out to this place after hearing some recommendations. The place was rather quiet for a Sunday afternoon so we found a nice corner away from the sun. We ordered Beef Cheek ($19), Prawns al Ajillo ($16), Paella ($12) and for the kids - Vegetable Pasta ($7) and Fish & Chips ($10).

I highly recommend the beef cheek for being incredibly soft and tender. The wife had a paella that was covered with seafood - great value for money.

It turns out that the restaurant doesn't have service charge or GST. All around great value for money. Water is free and the waiters provided complimentary biscottis for dessert.

We will return to try more items - particularly the seafood and jamon iberico look appetizing.