Sabio Tapas Bar | Burpple - 70 Reviews - Tanjong Pagar, Singapore

[CLOSED] Sabio Tapas Bar

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * Sabio Tapas Bar offers an array of specially imported wine, beer and spirits, complemented in true Spanish style, by a tempting selection of authentic tapas dishes, including jamon and anchovies. All our tapas are created from the best and freshest ingredients from Spain and Asia. Bustling with activity every night, Sabio is the place to be to wind down with fantastic tapas and drinks. The bar subscribes to a “No Reservations” policy, so be sure to come early to secure a seat!

5 Duxton Hill
Singapore 089591

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The octopus was well prepared, tender yet still retaining a slightly bouncy texture when you bite into it. The accompanying sauce is addictive too and I highly recommend ordering a basket of bread to mop up the sauce. Remember to squeeze the lemon which rly lifted the dish and added a citrusy brightness. The only thing that confused me was the potato wedges which seemed out of place??? Give us BREAD INSTEAD!!

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The accompanying bread was the perfect vessel for the bone marrow which was meltingly delicious. The contrast in the textures from the crusty bread which was drizzled with olive oil and sprinkled with crunchy bacon bits along with the rich&greasy marrrow rly won me over. Would gladly order this again and down it on my own

Their version of the traditional Spanish paella comes in 2 serving sizes, the individual and the sharing portion which is good for 2-3 people. The seafood is super generous and fresh which makes the $26 worth it and the green peas add a snap of freshness. The rice was well seasoned and flavorful but I think I still prefer the traditional versions?? The missing soccarat was abit of a dealbreaker for me. There’s also a meat version which comes with chorizo/chicken instead.

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This takes 15minutes to prepare so order slightly ahead of time so you don’t have to wait so long. The lava cake was one of the nicest I’ve had, when cut the cake leaked out an entire pool of salted caramel lava and was the perfect consistency to mop up with the cake. I loved how the exterior of the cake was a little bit crisp adding a nice textural contrast to the whole dish.

The ice cream was good as well and thankfully the whole dish was very well balanced not too sweet/savory and the caramel seemed to have a slight bitter burnt butter taste which complemented the dish.

Came back again to Sabio one week later however this time for “All You Can Eat Menu @ $59.90”. Definitely recommend everyone to get this buffet as you get to try many different varieties of tapas. However do avoid food wastage as they will be charged. Here we ordered the house signature dessert which was a salted caramel lava cake & salted caramel gelato. The lava cake was wonderfully done — the lava oozed out with a cut of the knife. The lava tasted bittersweet tho but overall good for the gram 👍🏻

A mouthful name indeed, but this dish will get you slurping up every last drop of the sauce as it was really rich and flavourful. On top of that, the scallops were fresh and springy, and worked well together with the sauce, making it a very satisfying dish 👍🏼 thank you @burpple for the invitation and @sabiotapasbar for your hospitality!