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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
Sabio by the Sea Tapas & Grill Chope

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The sister of Duxton's busiest Spanish restaurant continues to impress with its striking and fashionable décor, glorious fare, traditional tapas and Spanish wines and beers. If you haven't already, try the jamón ibérico de bellota (black pig ham) and pair it with delicious sangria.


Small plates, big taste. Check out our list of best Spanish restaurants in Singapore.

Events Happening at Sabio by the Sea Tapas & Grill
Enjoy Estrella beers at $12 a bottle, or 45 for five, at Sabio by the Sea's all-day happy hour from Mondays to Thursdays. On Fridays from 5pm onwards, their Spanish gin and tonic goes for $10 with each food item ordered.
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Phone: 6690-7568
Sabio by the Sea Tapas & Grill, #01-02 Quayside Isle, 31 Ocean Way (Sentosa Cove), Singapore, 098375 Singapore

Area:

Sentosa

Opening Hours:

Mon-Thu noon-10pm; Fri-Sat noon-midnight; Sun 10:30am-10pm

Price Range:

$$

Cuisine:

Spanish

Open Since:

January, 2013
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