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Serenity Spanish Bar & Restaurant Serenity Spanish Bar & Restaurant serves authentic Spanish fare. Our menu has a wide range of tapas, salads, mains and other Spanish delicacies. Our full bar at Serenity Spanish Bar & Restaurant offers a plethora of specially imported wines, beer and spirits from mainly Spain and around the world, to maximize our valuable customers' satisfaction. Enjoy our specially concocted cocktails such as Sangria, Spanish Bullfrog to pair with your tapas.
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  • Cuisine
Serenity Spanish Bar & Restaurant serves authentic Spanish fare. The menu has a wider range of Spanish Cuisines, Tapas, Salads, Paellas, Chef's specialties and other Spanish delicacies. Some of the favourite dishes are Paella Valenciana, Squid ink Paella, Fideua (Spanish Pasta) Mariscos, Fideua Negro, Bacalao, Rabo de Toro, Pan con Alioli, Gambas al Ajilo, Spanish Cheese Platter, Chorizo Platter, Jamon Iberico, Gazpacho, Perasal Vino Tinto, Leche de Arroz.
  • Paella
Serenity Spanish Bar & Restaurant's specialty is Paella and serves authentic and best tasting Paella. SERENITY uses the best and freshest of ingredients, and prepares each dish to exacting standard. Paella is a famous dish of Spain, originated from the city of Valenciana. The critical ingredient for paella is rice and it must be 'Bomba' rice from Valenciana ' Spain. Serenity uses directly imported Spanish ingredients to prepare the Paellas. Furthermore, Serenity's Paella Valencia, was awarded the Singapore's Top 100 Signature Dishes Award 2009.
  • Tapas
Serenity Spanish Bar & Restaurant menu serves wider range of Tapas. Tapas are small Spanish savoury dishes, typically served with drinks at a bar; they are an integral part of socialising the Spanish way and they can form an entire meal, ranging from simple bits and pieces such as olives or cubes of ham and cheese to more elaborate preparations like mussels in white wine broth or chef creation Chicken Tortillas (Panado de Panquo). Tostapas, Croqueta de Pollo, Empanadillas (Spanish Tuna Puff) and Gambas Al Ajillo are the most favoured tapas choices at Serenity.
  • Jamon Iberico
You will enjoy the graded Spanish Black Pig Ham, cut and served in front of you adding a memorable dining experience to your meal. The taste of Plato de Jamon Iberico is almost beyond the description while the ham itself sliced paper thin and served as a tasty appetizer. This Spanish Black pig ham will literary melt in your mouth. It has so much flavour, you will think that you are nabbing on well-aged chaddars. Furthermore, Serenity has wider range of imported award winning Spanish cheese and Chorizo for your selection.
  • Bar
Serenity Spanish Bar & Restaurant offers a plethora of specially imported wines, beer and spirits from mainly Spain and around the world, to maximize our valuable customers' satisfaction.

Serenity has more than 40 labels of wines served by bottles and Torres, Protocolo, Ladero and Palacccio are the labels served by glass.

You will find Erdinger Weis, Kilkenny & Heineken on the Tap and Tiger, Sol, San Miguel, Corona, Stella, Asahi, Sapporo, Samuel Adams, James Boags, Guiness Stout, Konig & Duvel on the Bottle at Serenity.

SERENITY serves specially concocted cocktails such as Sangria, Spanish Bullfrog, Ibiza Fantasy to pair with your tapas.
  • Live Entertainment
Serenity's Three Piece Acoustic Band plays Spanish, Latin, Top 60s and 70s music. Serenity Acoustic Trio jams every night 7pm to 12 mid night with Acoustic Guitar, Acoustic Bass & Double Bass.

It may be your birthday, wedding anniversary, company dinner & dance, graduation, or some other reason for celebration; you could find Serenity Live Band entertaining you with music.

Thinking of live vocals to serenade your special events, we can make arrangements for you too.

Make an appointment with our friendly staff anytime of the week and we will share with you how we can make your special day a life time to remember.
  • Events & Corporate Bookings
Serenity Spanish Bar & Restaurant is a great choice for corporate events, business functions, as well as weddings, parties, product launches, convocations and even Karaoke gatherings.

Our premise comprising of 3 sections can accommodate up to 250 customers.

Section A - The Front Lounge (50 pax)

Section B - The Bar (100 pax)

Section C - Alfresco (100 pax)

Drop by the Serenity Spanish Bar & Restaurant at #01-98/99 VivoCity for viewing.
  • Catering
We also provide catering services for all kinds of functions and parties; for more information, please call 6376 8185 or email us at sales@serenity.com.sg.
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1 Harbourfront Walk 098585
Tel : 6376 8185
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391 Orchard Road 238872
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Celebrate Father’s Day @ SERENITY Treat your Dad to a Special Father's Day Feast Share an Award Winning Signature Rice Dish – Paella. Tender Juicy Spanish Suckling Pig, Crispy Pork Knuckle and Flavourful Hot Soup
Food was good. The interesting dish was the 1/4 suckling pig. The skin was crackling crispy and the meat was so tender and juicy.
Serenity Spanish Bar & Restaurant, Singapore Serenity’s Signature Suckling Pig Platter Promotion is back again…!!! ¼ Pig Platter good for 2 pax ½ Pig Platter good for 3 pax to 4 pax Each Platter comes with Grilled Cheese Knackers, Veal Sausages, Beer- Pork Sausages and served with Sauerkrauts, Potato Salad, Original Sauce, Brown Sauce and Tomato Jam. Order a fresh ERDINGER White Wheat Beer to compliment the platter.
Very delicious Spanish food but really expensive, and the food portion is too little. Perhaps this is what fine dining is.
This place offers you a nice ambiance quirky drinks! you can also have a taste of their food complementing the drinks!
Serenity Spanish Bar & Restaurant 's suckling platter promotion available until 30th Nov 2012
The suckling pig prepared the Spanish way, will delight with its crispy golden skin and tender juicy meat accentuated by selected Spanish wines, herbs and spices. While waiting for Spanish Suckling Pig and Paella to arrive, order some Tapas, Soup or Salad. A jug of Sangria or Spanish wine definitely complements the meal.
Ingredients were plentiful , it had mussels, prawns, chorizo and chicken - and the saffron rice was so flavourful. And it also came with some aioli sauce which went really well with the paella.
Paella and Spanish Suckling Pig was great
Vivocity can be a nightmare at night, but in the afternoon it is a serene quiet place where one can relax, chill and even do some work offsite
Signature Spanish Roasted Pig - Tender & Juicy Meat + Thin Crispy skin. Expensive but it was nice....
The Calamares a la plancha indeed was a good choice. The freshly grilled squid in extra virgin olive oil brought out the nature ocean taste of the squid. The squid was also soft and not chewy.The other tapas dish we had was Patatas Bravas, roast potato in Romesco sauce and Alioli sauce. For a few pieces of potato to cost $10.80, I find it rather expensive and not worth. The Crema de Mariscos or Cream Seafood Soup was hearty and comforting. The broth was quite flavourful from the fresh mussels, calamari, fish and prawns. In the back ground was Sopa Catalunya, a clear soup of pork, beef, chicken and butter beans.It tasted like Chinese tonic soup. The huge Pork Knuckle got us excited when served. The sauce was not enough and we have to ask the waitress for more. Meat was a bit dry. The iconic dish for any Spanish restaurant would be the Paella. It is sort of a National dish regarded by most originating from Valencia. The Paella at Serenity uses Boomba rice, a short grain varietal. This type of grain is able to absorb the flavours of the ingredients 3 times more than normal rice. Similar to the Chinese claypot rice, Paella is enjoyed with a slight burnt rice at the base of the pan. We have both the Paella Valenciana (saffron, chicken, Spanish chorizo, tiger prawns, squid, half shell mussels, rice) and Arroz Negro (Squid ink, squid, tiger prawns, capsicum, rice). The nature flavours of the ingredients were well absorbed by the grain infusing the dish with more flavours.The Paellas are prepared freshly to order and it takes 30-45 minutes of preparation time. So remember to order early to avoid a long wait.
The restaurant looks simple and the layout is spacious and comfortable.I have tried their spring chicken with stuffed vegetables in it and was really amused by the high standard of this dish.The chicken is grilled till goldn brown and every parts of the meat is very juicy, tender.Stuffed with cooked broli flowers, cubes carrots, cubes cucumbers, cubes potatoes and with very nice pepper gravy in it.The appearance may look simple, but the taste was fantastic!Share it with a friends or two with plain fragrant rice would be perfect!
This dish which I have already tried more than three times in half a year has never disappoint me.The cod fish is very fresh, soft and juicy.The flour batter coated over the fish has make this cod fish very crispy and with a little fluffy texture in between it.Too bad the side dish is really not take exciting as only a few slices of lettuces with some olive oil spread on it.Would be nicer if the basic potato wedges and coleslaw are served with this cod fish, which will make this main course a very satisfying one.Still because I love this cod fish so much that I would not mind on the lacking of the current side dish.
Happy hours starts at 3pm and ends at 8pm. House pours go for $6++ while Kilkenny, Heineken & Erdinger are at $10++ per pint.
Serenity was fairly empty on the weekday night that we visited it. Ordered an appetizer called Solomillo al Foie. Its 2 really small chunks of beef, with 2 thin slices of foie gras ontop, and topped with onion sauce. I really liked the dish despite its miserable size.My favorite part was the beef - It was medium rare and went very well with the sauce. The foie gras was only passable though - I’ve had better ones.
Serenity Spanish Bar and Restaurant is located at the ground floor of Vivocity. If you request for alfresco dining, you will get a seat overlooking Sentosa – the view is gorgeous at night. And not to worry, we did not encounter any mosquitoes there. We ordered a starter: Albondigas. Its basically 2 huge beef balls with a tomato sauce, onions and peas. I especially liked this dish because of their generous tomato sauce topping. However, given the tiny portion, I felt it was rather pricey. We also ordered the paella Valencia. Which is a rice dish with seafoods such as prawn, mussels, fish, squid and also chicken and chinese sausage. I found Serenity’s paella no different from other paellas I’ve sampled before. Though this is the first time I’ve tried a paella with chinese sausage!
Was meeting my friend for lunch at Vivo, where she suggested to dine at this Spanish restaurant. We have chosen the sofa seats inside the restaurant by the window facing sentosa. The sofa were low but it\'s not that uncomfortable. The pork knuckle is really humongous and please don’t attempt to finish it yourself or two persons. It is best to share with a couple of friends. The pork knuckle was crispy, but a little oily. It costs $39, yes it is expensive. Nice ambience to chill out, but pricey.
Was meeting my friend for lunch at Vivo, where she suggested to dine at this Spanish restaurant. But we didnt order any spanish dish, just ordered 2 set lunch which was very reasonably priced which consists of a salad / soup of the day, pasta / pork chop and a soft drink. We have chosen the sofa seats inside the restaurant by the window facing sentosa. The sofa were low but it\'s not that uncomfortable. The salad was rather fresh, light and nice. And the spaghetti Aglio Olio was very delicious, it was cooked just right, which the texture was springy! And it was cooked with generous amount of olive oil and bacon, which tasted simply yummy. Hmm, but the pork chop was a little disappointing. The meat was a little hard and the frech fries was not that fresh. It seemed like it has been cooked for the 2nd time, which tasted dry and hard. I actually feedback to the manager, and glad that they were willing to change the fries for us. Service was rather good.
Came with my friend to tried this We plan to share together so that we can try out more food but their potion turned out to be quite small We tried their signature bread with aioli & anchovies,peppers & cheese Both of the bread was just "so so" Osia flatbread tasted much better than this 2 bread The aioli was quite disappointing,It tasted like a mild garlic scented mayonnaise, rather than the thick yellow spread that aioli is supposed to be. Overall i rate 6/10
The pork knuckle is really humongous and please don’t attempt to finish it yourself or two persons. It is best to share with a couple of friends. We went there to celebrate my friend’s birthday and we ordered a variety of food to share. The pork knuckle was crispy, but a little oily. It costs $39, yes it is expensive. Nice ambience to chill out, but pricey.
Celebrated my sister\'s birthday at Serenity Spanish Bar & Restaurant recently. We ordered quite a number of dishes. One of it which I really liked was the Crema Mariscos, this mildly creamy seafood soup. It was filled with fresh mussels, calamari, prawns and fish which provided a perfect blend to the soup. It was a very hearty meal cant wait to try out other items on the menu
Wondering how\'s the taste of the spanish foods?At Serenity, you will get all the answer from here.Lots of traditional spanish foods are served here and definitely will impress you!Especially love their cod fish cake that is soft and juicy!Here also sell who roasted pig which is great for gathering and special occasions!Two thumbs up!My verdict: 7.5/10
Went there for a relax dinner with my friend. I like the sofa seats although it’s a bit low. But it’s comfortable and make you feel like your own home. When it’s reached 8-9pm there, you will see a live band singing Spanish songs on the stage. It’s very relaxing and calming sitting there enjoying my dinner. Their service is good. I’ve ordered their homemade fried fish cake. It’s crispy outside but very soft inside. The portion is not so big since it’s the appetizer. I’ve ordered the seafood paella as well. The rice is fragrance and it’s not too bad. I’m expected the seafood is cooked with the rice. Apparently, it’s just being boiled and put on the top of the rice. Its looks a bit plain and it’s not tasteless if you just eat it without the rice. I feel a bit of disappointed on this. The stir fried mushroom is fantastic. It’s juicy, soft and simply seasoned with black pepper and cooked with some olive oil. Simple and taste absolutely delicious. A small plate as well, a good appetizer as well. It’s come down to the dessert, the Churros with chocolate always my pick. The hot and crispy Churros is taste light salty and the chocolate is sweet. It’s a perfect combination. The drinks that they served are nice, pick your favorite cocktail, mocktail, beer or wine and enjoy there.
This is a fantastic place for Spanish food in the night where you can look across to Sentosa and the sea. Wonderful atmosphere, delicious food though the price is on the high end, a delightful place to pamper yourself once in a while. It has a live band too. However, this place does not serve ice water. Calamares a la plancha This is a dish of freshly grilled squid with virgin olive oil. The squid is tender and succulent, very nicely dressed in olive oil. This is good for a starter. There are only 3 pieces of squids and it costs $15.80. Solomillo al Foie This is grilled beef with Foie Gras. The beef was very well grilled. It was tender and succulent which leaves a good bite. The beef was all lean meat with no fats. Coupled with the Foie Gras and gravy, this is a delectable dish. It comes in 2 pieces and costs $18. Paella Valenciana This dish resembles Chinese claypot rice and is filled with Saffron, chicken, Spanish chorizo, tiger prawns, squid, half-shell mussels and rice. However, it is slightly different as it does not have charred and crispy rice. The rice is very well-flavoured and the seafood are very fresh. It uses a special kind of rice that can absorb the flavour of ingredients 3 times better than normal rice. The serving for this dish is for 2 pax and it costs $43. The waiting time for this dish is about 30 - 45mins so it is recommended to order this first.
Had my valentine's day celebration at Serenity.

Wonderful place with nice ambiance, good live music, and a nice view of harbourfront river.
There are 3 different types of seats in the place; alfresco, indoor cushion, standard dining seats. Choose your preferred dining location and the staff will gladly accede to your request.

Menu is full of spanish dishes. They have very good tapas which is a good appetizer. In addition, the menu has quite a few of Singapore's top 100 dishes.

Try it out!

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This is full-fledged place with adjacent bar and restaurant. As the name suggests, the menu is all Italian and desserts too. The specialty here is the Paella and tapas.
Strategically located at a corner facing the yet-to-be opened Genting Integrated Resort over at Sentosa, the Serenity Spanish Bar & Restaurant is an oasis of ‘cool’ in bustling VivoCity.

A place for yuppies and families to wine and dine in air-conditioned comfort or alfresco, facing the Sentosa harbour, we are the only outlet in VivoCity to have a full bar with loads of house and international cocktails at affordable pricing. Other than great food and drinks, there is a live band playing from 7pm to 11pm daily & a flamenco dance performance every thursday night 8pm to 10 pm – a sure way to enliven any weary soul.

Cuisine

Serenity Spanish Bar & Restaurant serves authentic Spanish fare.The menu has a wide range of tapas, salads, mains and other Spanish delicacies. Their specialty is paella and they dare say that they have the most authentic and best tasting paella in Singapore because they use the best and freshest of ingredients, and their chef prepares each dish to exacting standard.

I was given a sofa seat by the Window facing the Resort World. Actually I am not particular about seating but the staff kindlt offered me a wondeful seat to enjoy the ambience. I must admit that the view would be spectacular at night and when the Resort World is officially built.

There is a live stage where live bands & performances would be held. Spanish music is played. Although I do not understand, I actually felt quite relaxed. I guess those it would be great when eating spanish tapas and watching the live performances at night!

I decided to take the SET LUNCH priced at $11.90++ which I felt that it was pretty reasonable for a 3 course meal. There is a choice of salad/ soup of the day, pasta( penne/ spaghetti), type of sauce and ingredients (mixed vegetables and mushrooms, beef bolognese, etc), a choice of ice-cream and a free drink.


Fresh Green Salad

Some salad leaves mixed with olive oil vingrette, simple and light. It serves as a great appetitizer.


Fusilli with mixture vegetables and mushrooms tomato sauce

I had the fusilli with the choice of mixed vegetables and mushrooms in tomato sauce. They are quite generous with the serving and there were quite a few types of vegetables in the pasta.( Zucchini, Carrots, yellow squash and mushrooms) all tossed in tomato sauce. I love any pasta that goes with tomato sauce as cream sauce tends to be a little heavy. There were bits of fragrant garlic bits in the pasta and I sprinkled some black peppercorns to spice it up. It was not too bad.


Strawberry ice-cream

There was a choice of Chocolate/ vanilla/ Strawberry flavour. I had the strawberry flavour and it was served ina cup with some nice buttery digestive biscuits sprinkled at the top. The ice-cream is just ordinary, not much strawberry flavour.

The service here is quite friendly but a little slow. I love teh ambience here and would definately come back for the paella and probably have some tapas while watching the live performances at night!






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Wow spanish bar and restaurant.. Read and heard so much abt it... definalty droping by this weekend.. cant wait
The restaurant boasts a seating capacity of 210 (including alfresco seating), open-concept dining, and provides a variety of latin, acoustic, and jazz music live every night from 7.30 pm. Their Spanish menu offers an extensive array of Spanish cuisines from different regions, with chief offerings from Spain’s third largest city, Valencia. K and I started our lunch with a zesty Sangria ($15) [***] done Valencian-style with orange peel and lemon slices, and Mama Mia ($8) [****] - a refreshingly light mocktail made of lychee fruit, mango juice and grenadine. Both drinks went very well with our recommended tapas because they were fruit-based and not too heavy on the brandy or gin for the Sangria. While Mama Mia is Serenity’s own concoction, the Sangria and another called Spanish Bullfrog ($15) are authentically Spanish. Our first two tapas – Croqueta de Pollo($9) [***] and Spanish Tuna Piquillo ($10) [***] were hot and cold respectively. The former is a spanish chicken croquet, while the latter consists of roasted and chilled piquillo peppers stuffed with tuna and prawn. For those who are worried that the peppers may be too hot to handle, fret not because they’ve been de-seeded and peeled beforehand. Another tapas, Empanadillas or Spanish Tuna Puff ($11) [***] is available on the late-night menu together with the two above. It is a Spanish take on our local curry puff, only this one is baked and filled with tuna, egg, a little red wine, and possibly a hint of potato. The last 3 tapas are my personal favourites of the lot – the Gambas al Ajillo ($12) [****.], Pan con Alioli ($6)[****], and Jamón Ibérico ($18 – 25 grams) [****]. Simply seasoned with garlic, olive oil, dried red chilli and parsley, the prawns were succulent and tasty. Pan con Alioli is actually freshly-baked herb bread with sundried tomatoes served with Serenity’s home-made alioli dip (garlic, salt, olive oil, milk) which melts smoothly on the palate. Last but certainly not least of the three, is jamón ibérico or Iberian ham, which is fast-becoming an attraction on Spanish restaurant menus globally. Next up, our main course was Serenity’s signature Paella Valenciana ($40 – 2 pax / $80 – 4 pax) [****.], which has notably won the Singapore Top 100 Signature Dish Award 2009. Every serving of this colourful assortment takes 30-40 min to prepare, so it’s advisable to order this first even if you’re undecided on the rest of your meal. Serenity’s version is traditionally Valencian, prepared with bomba rice, prawns, half shell mussels, squid, chorizo, chicken, and saffron. Due to the long preparation time, every grain of bomba rice soaks up the individual flavours of the ingredients cooked with it, and is bursting with savoury goodness. Accompanying our paella, we had the Lubina a la Sal [****] from Serenity’s Chef’s menu. Like the Paella Valenciana, this baked whole-seabass requires 30 min preparation time. The fish is hidden beneath a pile of fine sea salt and fresh bay leaves and served with a potato and salad on the side. While the Spanish prefer to eat the crisp baked skin, I think it’s a tad too salty for our tastebuds. However, the flesh was soft and smooth and very light in taste. A very healthy choice for a main course I must say. Now moving on to our (for some of us) highly-anticipated desserts…we tried the Peras al Vino Tinto ($9) [****.] and Arroz con Leche ($9) [****]. Tasting the Arroz con Leche was an interesting experience for me. It was one that reminded me very much of Thai mango sticky rice, or traditional Chinese glutinous rice desserts, only this was a traditional Spanish favourite. It consists of bomba rice cooked in milk, cream, and cinnamon (maybe a hint of custard too), served with vanilla ice-cream and garnished with mint leaf. All in all, it was a hearty, wholesome dessert that was surprisingly light. Peras al Vino Tinto is apparently a popular choice among Serenity’s patrons because of its fruity and thus healthy properties. Poached pear drenched in red wine with vanilla ice-cream on the side is a decadent match in dessert heaven. individual dish ratings out of 5* Must Tries: Paella Valenciana, Gambas al Ajillo, Pan con Alioli, Peras al Vino Tinto great place for a wide variety of Spanish food and their lives acts and extensive drinks menu are a bonus. posted by:Charlinary visit www.foodadvisor.com.sg
The restaurant boasts a seating capacity of 210 (including alfresco seating), open-concept dining, and provides a variety of latin, acoustic, and jazz music live every night from 7.30 pm. Their Spanish menu offers an extensive array of Spanish cuisines from different regions, with chief offerings from Spain’s third largest city, Valencia. K and I started our lunch with a zesty Sangria ($15) [***] done Valencian-style with orange peel and lemon slices, and Mama Mia ($8) [****] - a refreshingly light mocktail made of lychee fruit, mango juice and grenadine. Both drinks went very well with our recommended tapas because they were fruit-based and not too heavy on the brandy or gin for the Sangria. While Mama Mia is Serenity’s own concoction, the Sangria and another called Spanish Bullfrog ($15) are authentically Spanish. Our first two tapas – Croqueta de Pollo($9) [***] and Spanish Tuna Piquillo ($10) [***] were hot and cold respectively. The former is a spanish chicken croquet, while the latter consists of roasted and chilled piquillo peppers stuffed with tuna and prawn. For those who are worried that the peppers may be too hot to handle, fret not because they’ve been de-seeded and peeled beforehand. Another tapas, Empanadillas or Spanish Tuna Puff ($11) [***] is available on the late-night menu together with the two above. It is a Spanish take on our local curry puff, only this one is baked and filled with tuna, egg, a little red wine, and possibly a hint of potato. The last 3 tapas are my personal favourites of the lot – the Gambas al Ajillo ($12) [****.], Pan con Alioli ($6)[****], and Jamón Ibérico ($18 – 25 grams) [****]. Simply seasoned with garlic, olive oil, dried red chilli and parsley, the prawns were succulent and tasty. Pan con Alioli is actually freshly-baked herb bread with sundried tomatoes served with Serenity’s home-made alioli dip (garlic, salt, olive oil, milk) which melts smoothly on the palate. Last but certainly not least of the three, is jamón ibérico or Iberian ham, which is fast-becoming an attraction on Spanish restaurant menus globally. Next up, our main course was Serenity’s signature Paella Valenciana ($40 – 2 pax / $80 – 4 pax) [****.], which has notably won the Singapore Top 100 Signature Dish Award 2009. Every serving of this colourful assortment takes 30-40 min to prepare, so it’s advisable to order this first even if you’re undecided on the rest of your meal. Serenity’s version is traditionally Valencian, prepared with bomba rice, prawns, half shell mussels, squid, chorizo, chicken, and saffron. Due to the long preparation time, every grain of bomba rice soaks up the individual flavours of the ingredients cooked with it, and is bursting with savoury goodness. Accompanying our paella, we had the Lubina a la Sal [****] from Serenity’s Chef’s menu. Like the Paella Valenciana, this baked whole-seabass requires 30 min preparation time. The fish is hidden beneath a pile of fine sea salt and fresh bay leaves and served with a potato and salad on the side. While the Spanish prefer to eat the crisp baked skin, I think it’s a tad too salty for our tastebuds. However, the flesh was soft and smooth and very light in taste. A very healthy choice for a main course I must say. Now moving on to our (for some of us) highly-anticipated desserts…we tried the Peras al Vino Tinto ($9) [****.] and Arroz con Leche ($9) [****]. Tasting the Arroz con Leche was an interesting experience for me. It was one that reminded me very much of Thai mango sticky rice, or traditional Chinese glutinous rice desserts, only this was a traditional Spanish favourite. It consists of bomba rice cooked in milk, cream, and cinnamon (maybe a hint of custard too), served with vanilla ice-cream and garnished with mint leaf. All in all, it was a hearty, wholesome dessert that was surprisingly light. Peras al Vino Tinto is apparently a popular choice among Serenity’s patrons because of its fruity and thus healthy properties. Poached pear drenched in red wine with vanilla ice-cream on the side is a decadent match in dessert heaven. individual dish ratings out of 5* Must Tries: Paella Valenciana, Gambas al Ajillo, Pan con Alioli, Peras al Vino Tinto great place for a wide variety of Spanish food and their lives acts and extensive drinks menu are a bonus. posted by:Charlinary visit www.foodadvisor.com.sg
Before I tell How much I love this place, It was the word of mouth draw me to this place. This was my First visit to Serenity. Before I go I made a reservation and checked their website http://www.serenity.com.sg on their specialties. When we entered we were welcomely greeted in Spanish and seat the at the alfresco area with an excellent view. The ambience is very nice and relaxing. We ordered Garlic Prawn and Jamon Iberico for starters. It was interesting that the server pulled the whole ham and sliced in front of us. The aged black pig ham was fantastic. Jumbo prawn was fresh and nice. Spanish style of cooking involved with a lot olive Oil. olive oil is very healthy. For the Soup server suggested Seafood Soup. According to the server it is best selling and must be. The seafood soup is great. We ordered Paella Valencia for the main course. Paella was delicious and was full aroma. They use saffron, chicken, prawn, squids, scallops, half-shell mussels and special spanish grain to prepare the dish. If I am not wrong the rice is "Bomba". It is said that "Bomba" rice absorbed more moisture than normal rice. We all love the paella very much and in fact we wanted to order one more but as usual the preparation time is 30 mint. So we did not. But we will go back again to full fill our craving for Paella. We ordered Sangria Dark Jug and it is fantastic and quite generous with wine and brandy. So you could taste the alcohol taste too. The server told us that they serve the authentic dark sangria which they have to add Spanish Brandy and Gin in to the Sangria. We shared Peras de Vino and Aroz Leche for the dessert. While we were having our dinner we saw few Birthday celebrations and it was fun. While the band sing the birthday song most of the staff worked toward the birthday tables clapping and singing Happy Birthday. This is Great. The service is not bad. They top up our glasses promptly, changed the plates and asked for special requests and even asked us to give request songs for the band. In fact staffs are very friendly. Garlic Prawn, Seafood Soup, Spanish Black Pig Ham, Paella Valencia, Red Wine Sangria The Service was excellent. The Staffs were Polite & Friendly. Even Though the place was quite packed, waiters promptly filled in the glasses and cleaned the plate. In fact very attentive. Food was Great! Go for it! Food is fantastic! Ambience was Terrific... We fall in love with the place. posted by:Angeline visit www.foodadvisor.com.sg
This restaurant the food is delicious and they have great Acoustic Live Band
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