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A quiet Spanish fine dining restaurant, almost a hidden-find of sorts. With minimal online presence, they mostly rely on their excellent centralised location and word-of-mouth to bring in customers.
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This features tender, bouncy chunks of roasted octopus, served over creamy smooth mashed potatoes.
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Coated in luscious Spanish romesco sauce, and garnished with crisp, crunchy fried kipfler potato chips. Layered smoky savoury sweet spicy flavours. Nice.
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La Cala
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Came for the barramundi and fregula in crazy water after seeing a lot of reviews on it. But sadly, they removed it from the regular dinner menu to change it to fish of the day which was grilled mackerel.

Couldn’t help but feel disappointed. The mackerel was juicy, well seasoned and grilled. Good choice of pairing this fish with a refreshing Thai mango salad to cut the greasiness from the fish. Liked the heat from the chopped chilies!

Sign up for Burpple beyond to enjoy 1-1 here! 😊

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This excellent Spanish fine dining restaurant is almost a hidden-find of sorts. With minimal online presence, they mostly rely on their excellent centralised location and word-of-mouth, for business.
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The Bread Baguette is freshly baked in-house, and has a nice, crisp exterior, with an airy, porous, slightly spongy interior.
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Beyond the texture, the taste stood out for me; they have a secret recipe yeast which imparts a lovely earthy grainy sweet flavour to the baguette bread. Fragrant, and very unique.
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Best paired with a little Castillo De Canena Arbequina Extra Virgin Olive Oil With Balsamic Vinegar, which is a premium olive oil and balsamic vinegar dressing, lending bold flavour.
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The award-winning difference with this olive oil is the signature oak wood infusion via cold smoking, and you can taste notes of almond, green apple, pepper, and green olives.
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La Cala
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Thick slices of medium steak doused in lip-smacking signature secret sauce with a side of unlimited(!) fries and green walnut salad — it’s easy to see why this is on almost every table here!

What’s more, they’re on #BurppleBeyond, so you can get 1-for-1. ✌🏼

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Hard to go wrong with the classic combo of tasty patty (they use dry aged beef – yum!), smoked bacon, cheddar plus pickles, (garlic!) mayo and yellow mustard. I really enjoyed the house-made ketchup that we just couldn’t stop mopping up with the crispy fries.

p.s. They’re on #burpple beyond so that means you can get 1-for-1! ✌🏼

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Not in the mood for beef? This moist teriyaki chicken thigh burger with the works is a tasty alternative. A touch less teriyaki mayo would have been better.

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A slab of tuna prepared a la tataki on a bed of zippily dressed arugula salad and spicy salsa. Yum yum!

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Prawns in olive oil and garlic — this was my favourite when I first tried Sabio by the Sea eons ago. Easily the favourite dish during our meal.

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Tangy guac and goat cheese tartine, perfect if you’re in the mood for a breakfast toast!

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If you love kale, then this one’s for you! So much goodness in one bowl with amaranth, puffed quinoa, carrots, blueberries, goji berries, pomelo, sunflower and pumpkin seeds tossed in a passion fruit dressing.

This one’s super refreshing with its combination of gin, cucumber and mint with a sprinkling of chia seeds. Very easy to drink!

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If you like warm spices, this vanilla-infused tequila tipple might just float your boat. Nicely complemented by the pineapple and cinnamon too!

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