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HAKUMA
 • 02 Feb 2014 1 review 0 follower
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We ordered Seafood Soup, Cod Fish Cake, Pork Ribs Paella, Pork Knuckel. Drinks was Sangria, so called Spanish Cocktail. Seafood soup was creamy and flavourful. Cos fish balls were big and yummy. Different from thai fish balls. My favourite was the Paella came with a lot pork ribs. Pork knuckle done in a way that the skin was so crispy and meat was quite tender. Nice roast. This is one of the best pork knuckles I ever had. 
Sangria was strong, made me tipsy a bit. Overall it was enjoyable experince. 
We did not order their famouse Suckling Pig this time, will go back for it. We got to witness their famouse plate breaking ceremony after cutting the Suckling Pig. They really mashed the plates. Cooooool man..
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RogerBoston
 • 01 Feb 2014 1 review 0 follower
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I was surprice when the Food arrive, Tapas portions are huge unlike the Tapa we have in Tapas bar in Barcelona or Madrid. We ordered Pinchos and it is jumbo size unlike the one we had in Barcelona on a tooth pick. Chicken was juicy and flavourful. Beef ball was bigger too. I asked the server and he informed me that the beef balls were 100% beef, unlike the one we had in Barcelona - the beef and pork mixed meat balls. Patatas Bravas was hugue too. Where the Paella arrived, we were quite full, but Paella was flavourful and we finally finished all.

Food was good and we will go back for the food again.
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FionaLau
 • 22 Jan 2014 1 review 0 follower
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We have heard about their Suckling Pig and went to try at their Vivo outlet. The place is huge and have a alfresco dining area by the sea. Nice ambience and setting. We prefered indoor seating and got a seat near to the liveband. 
We ordered seafood soup, grilled beef with foigra, Porkribs Rice (Paella rice) and  1/4 portion of their suckling pig. Seafood soup was very richand creamy. The grilled beef was nicely done and went well with the foigra. It waas yummy. They should have given us bigger portions of foigra. 
Pork Ribs Paella was delicous, full of aroma and flavoues. Quite generous with the pork ribs also.
1/4 portion of Suckling Pig was the star, it was served very hot and skin was crispy. Meat in the middle was tender and the bottom layer of meat was abit hard but very flavourful and the best part.
We got to witness the plate breaking ceremony fea times as few tables near us had ordered whole Suckling Pig.


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