55 Keong Saik Road
Singapore 089155

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11:30am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 12:00am

11:30am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 12:00am



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After the amazing meal at Santi, I had always been on a lookout for great Español restaurants. And Olivia is exactly one of my few fruitful finds where I find meticulously prepared, awesome, authentic Español food and great service.

Bikini "Barcelona" is taste and texture done to perfection. The slight char of the bread, the melted stretchy cheese, the earthy aroma of truffle and the nutty aroma plus saltiness of the Ibéricó ham all work so well together to yield a harmonised flavours from all spectrum. And I like the thickness of the bread: thick enough to introduce the wholesomeness of wheat and thin enough to let the other ingredients shine through and maintain the moist texture. A must-try here.

Jovial Martini is a lovely creation due to the aroma of vanilla and sparkling wine. The egg white foam at the top makes for interesting texture. It sure packs a punch due to Volka added.

'Secreto Ibéricó' Pork is amazingly good. When I have my my bite of this, I go, "Wow, this meat is so creamy! I never had such creamy pork before." Okay, the creaminess comes from the rich oils interwoven with the meat. What I love about this pork is that the oils make the meat moist, juicy and filled with delicate nutty aroma, and the oils, not in plain sight, is only released from within the meat when I bite into it, producing that creaminess effect. So each bite of this is rewarded with a burst of the acorn goodness.

The sauce is done just right to add bits of extra flavour to the pork while letting the meat's flavour comes out fully. It tastes even better when paired with the cubes of tomato since the fresh refreshing tangy juices contrasts very well with the creaminess of the meat. The Padrón peppers, which has a mild distinctive pungent taste of peppers, is good eaten on its own and with the pork.

Olivia's Creamy Homemade Cheesecake is unbelievably good. The cheese filling is like creamy cheese cloud! One spoonful to taste the distinctive strong savoury flavour of blue cheese and then poof, just like a cloud, it melt off to leave off a lingering taste of the cream, cheese and almond. I love havinf this with the almond stable since its light sweetness balances up with the saltiness of the cheese filling.

The interior of the place is cool, chic and rustic all at the same time. I like the warm lights, rattan chairs and brick walls that induce a mood for chilling out and just enjoying good food. And the arched windows that one can peek through to see the lush green foliage outside add on to laid back vibe of the place. Service here is excellent and impressive. Upbeat, enthusiastic, friendly and attentive, Saroj and team, including the bartender of course, always make sure we patrons are well attended to. It's so easy to get their attention. Sometimes, just a turn of the head, the service staff, especially Saroj, will come up to help already. When I'm finished with my course and set up my cutleries to indicate so, one of them will come up soon to clear the plate while asking about how is the food. This level of attentiveness is awesome.

With a visit to Olivia, I finally found my favourite Espanõl restaurant in this place. Everything is so well-executed. I look forward to going back to enjoy more of the good food here.

Thoughts: Awesome Espanōl Food and Awesome Hospitality

We ordered Lobster Avocado Caviar, lobster meat wrapped with avocado and topped with salmon roe with caviar and savoury sauce.
Some people might find it too rich, but for my family, we like it 😋.
📍Olivia restaurant and lounge.
55 Keong saik road, #01-03

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The star item of the night was their cheesecake . It’s more of a savoury not so sweet style that tastes likes goat cheese is added .
This duck & rice dish was a close second .

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The mains are meant for sharing. You probably won't be full if you just shared a main but the damage would be more manageable, at around 100 a pax w/o drinks. That makes it a upscale restaurant.
But to be full we had 2 starters 2 mains 2 desserts and that came to 150 per pax, which to me is abit more fine dining territory and thus higher expectations, which this didn't fulfill(nor was it meant to be such a concept)
I guess if you come, come with managed expectations. I think it's hardly the best Spanish fancy restaurant in town, it's pretty decent.

The milk sheet has a hard crispy texture but it kinda works cos it's thin. It's basically muffin? That's soaked like French toast and then basted in caramel. I think it's alright, the lemon element really throws the balance off a little bit, at the same thing the rich and heavy flavours need some kind of contrast. Maybe deserves a bit more thought for a much better dessert