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Wonderful Brunch at Sabio By The Sea

Sabio By The Sea, a beautiful restaurant located in a great location, filled with warm hospitality and nice ambience. It is a Grill Restaurant and Tapas Bar located in Sentosa Cove. Sabio By The Sea is the 8th Restaurant concept opened by Deliciae Hospitality Management in Singapore.

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The original Sabio on Duxton inspires Sabio By The Sea; the Spanish concept of dining is now applied and brought to the sea. They prepared some of the best Spanish dishes such as grilled meats and fishes together with Tapas, in a laid back, cosy, spacious and airy location in Sentosa Cove, surrounded by the marina, yachts, pleasure boats and the beautiful Sentosa Cove residences. Inside the Sabio By The Sea, you would be dazzled by artistic artworks and masterpieces of both traditional and modern pieces. Traditional Spanish design features are combined with contemporary elements. The artworks on the walls have the same painted traditional Catalan tiles and hand carving inspired by a 200 years old bar in Seville.

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The menu available at Sabio By The Sea is really exquisite and extensive, for the full menu; please click here for the link to their Facebook Page! During our enjoyable time at Sabio By The Sea, we were treated to their All Day Weekend Brunch, an awesome selection that would leave you wanting to come back for more Brunch and trying out their full list of exquisite dishes on their menu.

What did we have for the Brunch at Sabio By The Sea? Here’s the list –

El Pulpo – Grilled Octopus leg, “Viola” Mash Potato, Sauce Paprika

El Cerdo – Herbs Marinated Pig Shoulder Served With Sauted Potatos

Grilled Ribeye (120g), Chachouka, Fried Egg And Grilled Mushrooms

Grilled Olive Bread Stuff With Manchego Cheese And Serano Ham, Baby Spinach Salad

Chachouka With Chorizo Sausage, Two Fried Eggs, Toasted Brioche And Green Salad

Fluffy Omelette, Roasted Potatoes , Manchego Cheese, Serano Ham, Basil And Grilled Cherry Tomatoes

Churros – Crunchy fried dough Spanish doughnut

– Espuma de turron – Spanish Nougat Mousse

Piña asada – Roasted marinated pineapple served with vanilla ice cream

– House ‘s Signature Dessert – Pastel de Mantequilla Salada

– Carmelo Lava – Salty Butter Caramel Lava Cake

What I can say about the Spanish dishes above is – You have to visit Sabio By The Sea and try it out for yourself! Bring your family and friends there for a weekend Brunch! I shall let my photos speak for the wonderful Spanish dishes at Sabio By The Sea, do check them out here on my Flickr!

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During our Brunch tasting session, Chef Damien Le Bihan, Group Executive Chef of Deliciae Hospitality Management Group came out and chatted with us for a while, answering our queries although we were too happily enjoying his wonderful dishes that not many of us asked much questions! Chef Bruno Menard of La Cantine and &Made also dropped by and chatted with all of us there! We were indeed very honoured with two famous Chefs at our Brunch tasting session!

Everyone of us there had a great time there, the food was lovely and delicious. The atmosphere was relaxing, ambience was awesome and we had great views of the marina, great weather. The whole group of us, friends from the social media circle and networks, thoroughly enjoyed ourselves, chatting, networking and making new friends too! Inside this group, we were all camera crazy and we all went a bit like paparazzi, taking photos of Chef Damien, Chef Bruno and Ms Helene (Marketing and PR Director).

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If you love a weekend Brunch with your family and friends, Sabio By The Sea is the food destination for you! For more information on Sabio By The Sea, do check out the information below –

Website and Links

Sabio By The Sea website

Sabio By The Sea Facebook Page

ADDRESS

31 Ocean Way

#01-02

Singapore 098395

(Next to W Hotel Singapore)

DIRECTIONS

From Beach Station

Sentosa Bus 3 to Sentosa Cove Arrival Plaza from Beach Station

(Every 30mins daily from 8am to 10.30pm)

From Harbourfront Interchange

Sentosa Cove Shuttle Bus from Harbourfront Bus Terminal to Sentosa Cove Arrival Plaza (more information here)

Operation: 7.30 am to 10 pm daily

ISLAND ENTRANCE FEES

By Car

Admission to Sentosa is at $2 during lunch (12 to 2PM) and dinner (after 5PM) on weekdays

OPENING HOURS

Open Daily

Monday to Thursday 12PM to 10PM

Friday 12PM to 12AM

Saturday 10AM to 12AM

Sunday 10AM to 10PM

CONTACT

Phone number: 6690 7568

Email: SBTS@sabio.sg

CHEF

Group Executive Chef Damien Le Bihan

RESTAURANT MANAGER

Laurent Tracol

This food tasting event would not be possible without the organization and coordination by Belinda and hosted by Sabio By The Sea. Both of them organized this great food-tasting event for us to taste and enjoy and I would like to say a very Big Thank you for organizing and hosting us with your warmest hospitality and delicious Spanish Tapas and dishes! I would also like to Thank Ms Helene Denaiffe, Marketing and PR Director for providing us with the information above and hosting us during our Brunch tasting session at Sabio By The Sea!


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Volvo Ocean Race Singapore Carnival – 17th Jan 2009

The Volvo Ocean Race was in Singapore for a while, as a stopover for repairs, shore leave and a first for Singapore to be a major stopover with a the Volvo Ocean Race Singapore Carnival from 8th January 2009 to 18th January 2009. There were publicity from the television, media and newspaper coverage of this competitive world sailing race.

I went down today, on the 17th January 2009, with today’s theme is “Celebrating Youth”, on the 16th January 2009, the theme was “Scout’s Day” and a few of my junior leaders from the Dragon Scout Group were there to help out, however, it was difficult for me to drop down and be with them and giving them support while viewing the carnival too.

Although this was not my first time to Sentosa Cove, there were many changes and developments over the years. When I reached the Volvo Ocean Race Singapore Carnival, there weren’t that many people there, considering that it was a Saturday, it was not as crowded that I would be expecting. There was also a Straits Times article today, that the organisers were disappointed with the turnout of the visitors numbers to the Volvo Ocean Race Carnival, after reading the article, I agreed with them on their points brought up.

Oh, by the way, the carnival has a great shuttle service that the public does not know, regular shuttle service from Seah Im Interchange and Beach Station were not announced on the websites nor the newspapers.

Nevertheless, I believed the Volvo Ocean Race Singapore Carnival would be a great sporting and tourism event for Singapore. Although the visitor crowds were not as ideal, there could only be improvements to the carnival in the near future.

I would like to see –

(1) Access (with controls) to the pontoons that the competition sailing boats were moored, thus allowing photographers like me to have a close up view of them and taking more photographs.

(2) Getting the Scouts Day theme to fall on a Saturday, this would definitely get more crowds coming in.

(3) More interactive events for the visitors to participate and enjoy.

(4) Opportunity to board the sailing ships.

I hope to see them back in Singapore again ! Do drop by my flickr for more photos !