30 Aug 2015
Was there for its suckling pig. The suckling pig itself was good and feeds 8 pax but its price is pretty steep. It has one of the highest priced Spanish suckling pig thus far, when compared across two other Spanish restaurants in Singapore. Would say that its suckling pig was thoroughly enjoyable albeit expensive. Wished we had ordered wine to go along with the crispy crackling and tender meat.
The suckling pig experience was complete with the whole piglet presented on a wooden platter, cutting its meat using only a plate (by the restaurant) and the plate smashing (by patron) for good luck.
Tap water is chargeable at $2++ per glass and refillable. Otherwise, sparkling or still is available. Perhaps, this would be similar to Europe where wine is cheaper than water? Probably not yet. Cocktails and a pint of beer ranged from $16++ onwards. Wine per bottle ranges from $65++ onwards.
Paella Valenciana and Seafood Paella had similar ingredients and tasted pretty much the same, so you may want to order something that's totally different. Paella has two serving sizes either for 2 pax or 4 pax.
One suckling pig, two paellas, 3 tapas was more than sufficient to feed 10 pax.
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