30 Victoria Street
Singapore 187996

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05:00pm - 02:00am

05:00pm - 02:00am

05:00pm - 02:00am

05:00pm - 02:00am

05:00pm - 03:00am

05:00pm - 03:00am

05:00pm - 02:00am

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If you are looking for authentic Spanish tapas, The Winery probably doesn’t quite fit the bill. But if you wouldn’t mind a contemporary Asian and European twist to it, then this is the place to be.

I like what Winery promotes itself to be, to unite people together and form enduring friendships through wine and food. That’s what all food lovers will agree with :)

Their Pork belly and eel bao stood out from the rest of the dishes. It is like a mini bagel with soft pork belly, eel and an egg yolk in the middle of it. But I got to say this is quite pricey at $16 for two baos.

The Winery tapas had some hits and misses, this was one that I thought was in the middle. Neither is it a hit but it wasn’t too bad either.

I knew this was a tapas place but this $28 paella was way too expensive for such a small portion. The portion could barely feed 1 hungry person tbh. After having this and the carbonara, the ham/crab croquetas were thankfully a pleasant surprise.

Is this the saddest carbonara I’ve ever seen/tasted in my life? Yes. Understand that this is a tapas place but this was not under the tapas section of the menu and the portion was barely enough for one person. Didn’t taste like carbonara either. Only thing I liked about this dish was the bacon. $18 for this was overkill.

One of the better dishes of the night. Pork belly and unagi sandwiched between mini bagels with egg yolk on top. The yolk honestly felt very out of place in this whole thing, the stars were the eel, pork belly and the sauce. Not cheap though!

Grilled iberico pork loin with mushroom sauce and a side of your choice.
The loin is nicely sliced to bite size. It's succulent, soft and tender. Has not once been disappointed with the food at The Winery.