About a month back I celebrated my belated birthday with Shir, Kelvin and Dennis @ Sabio By The Sea. Introduced by Dennis, we made a visit here.
I went another time just a few weeks' back for Michael's birthday celebration, hence there are slightly more dishes to share with you. Both occasions we came for the brunch.
They are located at 31 Ocean Way (you've gotta pay the $7 entrance fee for cars), right infront of yacht parking bay. Specially came here for their brunch menu.. Brunch per pax is $35++ that makes up to about $42/nett (thereabout).
This is the like their basket of goodies that includes: 1 mini croissant, 1 bread, 1 plain yoghurt serve with berries (I hate this, both occasion, I refuse to eat it), 1 mini chocolate croissant, 1 glass of fresh orange juice and 1 jar of strawberry jam (This is so awesome I took the leftover back home to eat with my wholemeal bread.)
Toasted bread with garlic, roasted baby potatoes, pan fried chorizo (These are sausages actually), manchego cheese, soft egg (The soft eggs were superb.)
Chahouka with chorizo sausage, two fried eggs, toasted brioche and green salad
El Mejillón (Amoroso Mussels with Almonds)
Fluffy omelette, roasted potatoes, manchego cheese, serano ham, basil and grilled cherry tomatoes
Grilled ribeye (120g), chachouka, fried egg and grilled mushrooms
Lava Cake with Salted Caramel Ice Cream (Waited for 45 minutes for this, and it was really, worth it.)
The first time when I was there, the bill was close to $300 (If I haven't forgotten). We had 2 sides, 4 brunch set and a dessert for sharing.
Great view of the sea, cooling breeze (but it rained the first time I went so abit turn off but it wasn't too bad on the second visit) Just the paying $7 extra was abit... Sian. But good food, though not somewhere I would come back soon.
//Thank you for the treat on my birthday to Kelvin, Shir & Dennis!
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