True tapas aficionados know that when it comes to finding a place to kick back with a delicious bottle of Spanish wine and nibble on tasty morsels, they rarely consider anything other than Sabio Tapas Bar. Located in the bustling Duxton Hill enclave of Tanjong Pagar, this is one of the spots in Singapore where you can enjoy tapas with your friends in a fun and convivial atmosphere similar to that in Spain. Tables at this downtown gem tend to fill up fast, so we highly recommend that you reserve ahead.
Tapas bars are fast becoming the next big thing in Singapore’s F&B scene but one only needs to look to Duxton Hill to try out one of the originals. Tucked within a row of shophouses in the hip enclave, Sabio Tapas Bar was among the first of its kind to open its doors in Singapore and it remains a refined spot in Tanjong Pagar to flock to for that after-work hangout with your friends and co-workers.
On the menu at Sabio Tapas Bar is a varied selection of hot and cold tapas made with the freshest seasonal produce imported from Spain and around Asia. Popular picks include the pan con boquerones y tapenade (mini baguette with green olives tapenade and anchovies), croquetas de jamón (ham croquettes) and gambas al pil pil (sizzling prawns in virgin olive oil and garlic), so order them to share with your crew, along with a bottle of red from the Spanish wine-producing regions of Rioja or Ribera del Duero. You can’t go wrong at this Tanjong Pagar hotspot that everyone’s been talking about, so reserve a table now to avoid disappointment.
The original tapas bar! Always a great atmosphere and tasty hot tapas. Favorites are mushrooms and garlic prawns. Always finish the meal with some manchego.
Had a lovely night! The sangria was awesome and the food was delicious!
Seriously awesome. I have not ever rated any restaurant a ‘6’ before now. This place is fantastic. The food is simply awesome. Lots of choice and cooked and presented exactly as you would expect. Service is not just good it’s fabulous. The staff are actually genuinely friendly and attentive. But wait....if you were to order everything on the menu it would cost several hundred dollars, however you can take the “all you can eat” option for just $59.90......I had to ask if that was a typo on the menu. Please just go. You won’t be disappointed