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Paradiso Restaurant & Bar

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Paradiso Restaurant & Bar is the sister outlet of Cuba Libre and Nueva Cuba. It caters to guests in search of Mediterranean and Spanish cuisine, with the abundance of seafood, grains, beans, herbs and fresh fruits.

Mon - Thu: 11:00 - 23:00

Fri: 11:00 - 00:00

Sat: 09:00 - 00:00

Sun: 09:00 - 23:00

$30 based on 11 submissions
Chillout (4 votes), View/Scenery (3 votes)
DeepSashwa

Great service

first of all i would like to thank the staff by the name of yati. Before i make a reservation,i called the restaurant and yati was on the line. To make it short and simple,i was asking abt the food menu and also the view of the restaurant,so she actually do an extra service to watsapp me the menu and also a picture of the restaurant and the view,as i told her that i'll be having a company gathering for 14pax,and i want it to be a nice viewing while enjoying our food. Eventually she booked an outdoor table with a nice view. Really appreciated with her service. Will come back for her service again.

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18 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great service

first of all i would like to thank the staff by the name of yati. Before i make a reservation,i called the restaurant and yati was on the line. To make it short and simple,i was asking abt the food menu and also the view of the restaurant,so she actually do an extra service to watsapp me the menu and also a picture of the restaurant and the view,as i told her that i'll be having a company gathering for 14pax,and i want it to be a nice viewing while enjoying our food. Eventually she booked an outdoor table with a nice view. Really appreciated with her service. Will come back for her service again.
05 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Charge for tap water!

We had a decent meal at Paradiso and would have given them a rating of 3 stars until, just before we ordered the bill, we asked for a couple of glasses of water and they wanted to charge us for it. Disgrace!

There were 4 of us at our table and we had all ordered a few tapas for starters plus a main meal each and drinks. The tapas were good but small. The mains ranged from average to okay, nothing special.


20 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Nice place to dine

Nice place but quite far in.  Price is still ok. Have the Seafood Tapas and BBQ chicken pizza. Taste not bad, maybe my taste bud is hard to please. I think that lady server a bit moody that day also. But later, she is pick up her service attitube with a smile. Almost at the end of the dinner, one of their staff come over and ask us how the food. I think it is a good start for them. Sorry, I don't really know how latin food should taste like, but I like it there. Nice place where you can see alot of yachts, but
14 Feb 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Saturday 'a la carte buffet' Tapas was excellent

I took a table of 6 up to Paradiso shortly before Christmas 2013.  We were there for lunch and hand their Saturday tapas 'a la carte buffet'.

It was about $35 per person and allowed us to order as much tapas from the menu as we wanted.

All the tapas was pretty good - no corners were obviously cut (like using cheap prawns) due to the all-you-can-eat deal.

The views are great, down by the water's edge.  Definitely intend to go back for another buffet experience very soon.
25 Oct 2013 • 225 reviews • 5 followers

Vegetarian paella and tapas

From the people who brought you Latin American eateries Cuba Libre and Nueva Cuba comes Paradiso Restaurant & Bar. Sitting on Singapore’s southern slice of paradise, this restaurant is one of the few that serves up a hearty vegetarian paella (packed with mushrooms, zucchini, eggplant, French beans, broad beans, fresh tomatoes and carrots, $30). For Meat-eaters, the Mojito marinated chicken served with patatas bravas and sautéed beans is a safe bet ($24), as are the tapas. We tried the perfectly cooked squid rings simmered in tomato concasse ($14), and an Asian-inspired bistec gingre (beef cubes sautéed with ginger, chilli and garlic, $16). The breakfast menu is served until 2pm every day and features a traditional Spanish omelette ($9) and a savoury pancake served with greens, bacon and ham ($12). For more Quayside Isle Food Guides, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/dining-guide/best-and-top/food-guide-quayside-isle-part-ii-*aid-40733f00/