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Sabio By The Sea @ Quayside Isle

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Yonks ago when the Hubba and I were still dating, Sabio Tapas Bar was one of the places we visited during date nights and fast forward years, this visit to Sabio By The Sea was mainly for that bouncy castle they have for kids. Priorities indeed.


Croquetas de Jamón ($14)
Ham Croquettes

These were bursting with mashed potato and I'm not complaining one bit. Mayo and potatoes are indeed the lyfe - I could have both all day long.


Pan con Tomate ($8)
Toasted Bread with Tomato

I liked this thought this was originally ordered for the children. Crusty bread with a drizzle of olive oil and tomato bread, so simple yet so good! I would replicate this at home.


El Pulpo ($24)
Grilled Octopus Leg, “Viola” Mash Potato and Paprika

No spanish meal is quite complete without giving their grilled octopus a try, this was so tender I would never have guessed it was octopus.


Paella de Pescado ($49, for 3-4 pax)
Squid, Sea Bass, Mussels, Clams, Shrimps

Feeling greedy, we made the wrong decision to get the paella. The least outstanding of all the dishes we ordered and it was just so strange - overly orange hued paella with bland tasting seafood. Bleah.


Crunchy Fried Dough Spanish Doughnut

These came with the kids meal we ordered. Not the best ever eaten but for kids, anything dusted with sugar and fried is always the best meal around.

Overall a pleasant dining experience with the children having such a whale of time in the bouncy castle - expect avoid visiting during sundown hours or risk being sunkissed by the end of the meal.

Sabio By The Sea 
Quayside Isle

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