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Singapore is a superb city in which to dine, and there are a plethora of places on the table when you head out for an evening meal. If you’re in the Harbourfront area, you are particularly inundated with options, with the whole cuisine of the world available to you. Those with a taste for tapas will head directly to Vivo City and Serenity Spanish Restaurant & Bar, where they will be met with a smorgasbord of small plates, as well as the usual repertoire of Spanish classics: just remember to book a table before you head in.
Great location the band was excellent The pork Knuckle dish was perfect Only complaint 70% of the dishes on the menu were unavailable last night
Great food and good service. Brought the parents there for lunch and everyone was happy.
Quite a few of the chef recommendations were not available, which was disappointing because I had wanted to try those. We were seated in the outdoor area and while we appreciated the music from the live band, the sound level was rather loud so our conversations were like shouting matches. Had to adjourn to another cafe after dinner to continue our conversation.
When sitting down to choose a dining destination in the great city of Singapore, the breadth of choices in front of you can be overwhelming. From hawker centres to Little India, from Tanjong Pagar to the stiff-collared establishments of the Raffles, every option is available: and in VivoCity, you can find them all in one place. Harbourfront Walk has many options, but if you like your food with a touch of Iberian flair, choosing suddenly became simple: Serenity Spanish Bar & Restaurant stands above all others.
The Serenity menu in VivoCity on Harbourfront Walk – easily reached via Harbourfront Metro station, of course – is based on the classics of the genre as far as Spanish food goes. Tapas, paella and sopa soups dominate, as one would expect, but there are also a selection of lesser-known dishes that will keep regular punters returning: full suckling pig, for example, served up on an enormous wooden platter for your delectation.