Sharing is caring, and Milagro Spanish Restaurant in Singapore’s Orchard Central cares very much about Spanish food. So much so, that owner Raymond has kept the prices of his classic, beautifully plated tapas good and low, so he can share his love for Spanish delicacies with as many people as possible. The setting of his Orchard Road restaurant is unfussy, understated, but charmed – like the Spanish and Basque food and drink you’ll find on the menu.
Great service, great food. Love their soft shell chilli crab tapas with a local twist. The 20% discount on mains if you order before 7pm made it value for money. Will definitely be back!
Good service from the young female waitress and overall good food. My two friends who were in this restaurant for the first time were impressed. 😊☺️😀🤗👍
Basque country stews, paella from Valencia, Catalonian desserts, fine vintages from La Rioja and beer from Barcelona, or, heck, a martini glass of leche de toro – a celebratory measure of genuine bull’s milk. The proof is certainly in that particular pudding – there’s a true passion for Spanish cuisine at work at Milagro, the restaurant that is quick becoming the default destination for tapas in Singapore. Already popular with in-the-know gourmets, Milagro’s chic Orchard Central mall premises are incredibly convenient to shoppers along Orchard Road. Book a spot before it’s too late and discover the charms of Spanish tapas for yourself.
If patatas bravas, salted and sautéed pimientos de padron, Galician octopus, or simply the word tapas doesn’t impel you to book a table and hop on the nearest form of transport to take you to Orchard Road and Milagro’s Iberian heaven, then perhaps their weekday lunchtime set menu will. If you’re walking or working in or around Orchard Central, why not pop in to Milagro and check out what the chefs have prepared on a given day. With small-sized, affordable (and all the more moreish) tapas, the sky’s the limit when it comes to culinary imagination. Milagro even like to challenge Singapore’s foodies to try their chilli crab tapas, and test whether the Spanish version holds up against the Singaporean classic. We think Milagro passes with flying colours!