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Serenity Spanish Bar & Restaurant (VivoCity)

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Serenity Spanish Bar & Restaurant you will find the most authentic Spanish flavours and culture with a feature of Spanish live music and flamenco dance.

Mon - Thu: 11:00 - 23:00

Wed - Sat: 11:00 - 00:00

Eve of PH: 11:00 - 00:00

Sun: 11:00 - 23:00

$53 based on 230 submissions
Dinner (69 votes), Live Band (64 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (60 votes)
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Madrid's Famous Spanish Suckling Pig in Singapore

We just got back from holiday in Spanish and were craving for Spanish Food. Heard so much about Suckling Pig and Paella at Serenity and drove down to try the fiesta. 
We were quite impressed with the Sucking Pig and Paella at Serenity Spanish Restaurant in VivoCity. We had Suckling Pig in Botin Restorante in Madrid and Restorante Duque in Segovia. And what we has was somewhat similar to the Suckling pig we had in Madrid. Serenity's Sucling pig cam at a price of $88 Singapore Dollars. 
Paella was another dish I will go back to Serenity Spanish Restaurant. Paella - so called Spanish Seafood Rice dish was very tasty and delicious. One of the best Paella we had. It was freshly and individually cooked and served right away from the fire. 
We ordered the Seafood Paella and it was more or less similar to La Pepica Paella Restaurant in Valencia. La Pepica in Valencia is one of the best paella restaurant in Spain. 

We will go back to Serenity Spanish Restaurant in VivoCity again for Paella and Suckling Pig. They shoud give us a VIP card. :-)

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  • tapas20 votes
  • Spanish Suckling Pig19 votes
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14 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Madrid's Famous Spanish Suckling Pig in Singapore

We just got back from holiday in Spanish and were craving for Spanish Food. Heard so much about Suckling Pig and Paella at Serenity and drove down to try the fiesta. 
We were quite impressed with the Sucking Pig and Paella at Serenity Spanish Restaurant in VivoCity. We had Suckling Pig in Botin Restorante in Madrid and Restorante Duque in Segovia. And what we has was somewhat similar to the Suckling pig we had in Madrid. Serenity's Sucling pig cam at a price of $88 Singapore Dollars. 
Paella was another dish I will go back to Serenity Spanish Restaurant. Paella - so called Spanish Seafood Rice dish was very tasty and delicious. One of the best Paella we had. It was freshly and individually cooked and served right away from the fire. 
We ordered the Seafood Paella and it was more or less similar to La Pepica Paella Restaurant in Valencia. La Pepica in Valencia is one of the best paella restaurant in Spain. 

We will go back to Serenity Spanish Restaurant in VivoCity again for Paella and Suckling Pig. They shoud give us a VIP card. :-)
12 Jan 2015 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Could be better

Looking for a dining place at Vivocity isn't easy, as there is a huge variety of restaurants and eateries available. After looking around and contemplating, we decided to try this well-furnished restaurant. Dishes are different from normal places, which can be quite hard to choose. The food that came was equally hard to eat, tough texture and tasteless. Don't know why so many people recommend this place.
07 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great Food - Specially Tapas & Paella

Our New Years first movie outing was to VivoCity and end up having dinner at this Western Restaurant.
It was located in the first floor of VivoCity, right below the Golden Village (GV VivCity). 
The ambience was great and romantic. We had a table facing Sentosa RWS. Weather was great and had nice sea breeze. 
We ordered Sangria for drinks. The red sangria was good. One of the best Sangria I had. Had a good mix of wine and fruite juice. I think they add some hard liquor to Sangria. Because the kick was good. 

Grilled Squids, Beef meat balls, Prawn cooked with Garlic Olive Oil and Spanish Cod Fish cake was very good. Tapas was tasty and good. Our main course order was Seafood Paella. Paella was good and flavourful.

Churroz with hot chocolate was our dessert. I liked the texture of Churroz and went well with chocolate dipping.




15 Jul 2014 • 29 reviews • 1 follower

Tasty but the paella's got a ton of MSG

I sit on the fence about Serenity, because i do so love their paellas. however the first (and last ) time i tried it, i went home with a severe headache and was very parched.

I am very sensitive to MSG and it is an experience i do not want to repeat.
22 May 2014 • 378 reviews • 3 followers

Serenade surroundings!

This is a lovely place with a very Mediterranean furnishing, lots of comforting blues amongst ivory whites, and ancient artifacts adorning the restaurant. The ambience is very relaxing, and sultry Spanish music invites one to simply unwind and chill out.   One could choose to dine in cool comfort indoors, or choose to be caressed by the (sea) breezes while dining alfresco, listening to the live band at the same time. The outdoors is just as enchanting as the indoors.   Four of us started the meal with a tapas of  Salteado de Setas - sauteed mixed mushrooms with garlic and extra virgin olive oil (SGD$12.80) while waiting, since the main courses we ordered to share would take 30 minutes' preparation time. The mushrooms were very tender and basking in the sapid flavors of garlic and olive oil. It was a very tasty dish that became rather salty towards the end.   Our 1/4 Portion of Serenity's Spanish Suckling Pig - Babi Culing Spanyol - (SGD$138.00), meant for 1-2 persons, finally arrived. It was a platter together with sauteed radish and two types of sausages - pork and chicken. The sausages were pretty average in their bouncy texture and saltish taste, but it was the Suckling Pig that left us swooning.  It was so tender that a plate could cut it up; it was succulent and juicy, yet the skin was not compromised on its crispy factor at all. Now we finally knew what the fuss was about Spanish suckling pigs - every bite was divine.   Finally, our giant platter of Arroz Negro Paella - Spanish rice with squid ink, squid, tiger prawns, mussels, capsicums and rice (SGD$106.00) - came to be shared by 3-4 persons. The rice was chewy and very tasty having been cooked in good broth. The seafood items were all fresh and succulent - especially the sweet and springy tiger prawns. The slightly charred taste added to the flavor of this dish.   For more detailed information and photos, please feel free to visit: http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/05/dinner-at-serenity-spanish-bar.html