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Gossamer slices of octopus so thin you wouldn’t believe it, dusted in paprika and topped with pickled onions and red radish. These are fresh and punchy flavours that I was more than happy to start the meal with.

Thanks to @burpple for the invite and @sabiotapasbar for hosting!

Taste: 3/5

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Amazing, plump scallops in a creamy sparkling white wine sauce with just the slightest, citrus-y astringency from the cava. I could have the whole pan to myself. #BurppleBeyond

Thanks to @burpple for the invite and @sabiotapasbar for hosting!

Taste: 3.5/5

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Lightly grilled, the slices of tuna were tender and meaty, topped with finely chopped tomato and complemented by peppery arugula beneath.

Thanks to @burpple for the invite and @sabiotapasbar for hosting!

Taste: 3/5

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I love this Spanish classic and Sabio’s version is spot on – fat and juicy sizzling prawns served in a hot pan of olive oil & garlic. An extra side of fresh bread is a must to mop up every last drop of sauce.

Thanks to @burpple for the invite and @sabiotapasbar for hosting!

Taste: 3.5/5

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Eating this by the quay side really gives you a instant chill factor

ordered two steaks. because value.
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a salad topped with walnuts and vinaigrette was served as a starter. and then the main arrived soon after.
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fries were very good and its free flow. but we did not ask for seconds.
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the medium steak was not as good as expected to me though. there was hardly any flavour; not even the charred flavour from the searing.
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the watery sauce did not do much to help too. both meat and sauce did not come together very well for me.
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i would very much patronise astons or isteaks to get my steak fix in the future. heng its a one for one. so i dont feel so dui.
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$21 per pax with burpple beyond.
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With a lightly seared exterior, Sabio Tapas Bar’s Vieiras en Salsa de Cava ($22) screams rich and decadent.

Complemented by a luscious sparkling white wine sauce, these mild flavoured mollusks were given a much need oomph. Though alone they were fresh, springy and tender, the boost provided to the sea scallops by the creamy bright acidity of the wine worked together nicely with the buttery quality of the sauce. Prepared with sweet onions, all that was missing for this hot tapas was a couple of crusty bread, to mop up all that goodness.

Thank you Burpple for the invite and Sabio Tapas Bar for the hospitality!

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How good was this! Shrimps cooked in shellfish stock, with spices and a bunch of garlic. We moped the sauce clean!

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One large fresh and juicy scallop! Loved the blend of flavours in this one

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With potatoes done in 4 styles. A little gimmicky but it did taste good! All 4 types of them. The steak was lovely too, perfectly done.

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We had a bit of each, a mushroom truffle pasta, steak, lobster bisque and French onion soup.
Anything with truffle won’t go wrong, as with this pasta that was pretty decent. The steak, however, was a rather letdown. It wasn’t that juicy, well-marbled cut that we desired.
Between the 2 soups, we enjoyed the French onion soup more with its generous cheesy topping and sweet onion flavour. Lobster bisque wasn’t smooth though creamy.
The atmosphere here was quite pleasant, be it indoor or al fresco at 2nd level of the restaurant. It made quite a good place to chill and chat, especially when they serve free-flow of fries to diners.

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