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We can’t go to Spain this year, but Binomio Spanish Restaurante can bring you the taste of Spain right here in Singapore.

Binomio in Spanish literally refers to a "pair" or "duo" in English. Binomio Spanish Restaurante is exactly this - the pairing up of two different concepts, a casual Tapas Bar and a Fine-Dining area, both serving up authentic Spanish food.

It's also the pairing of two unique individuals who drive Binomio with passion, dedication and flair.

After almost 4 years, Malaga born Gonzalo Landin Gimenez, head chef at Binomio Spanish Restaurante & Almeria born Eduardo Ortega, general manager, Singapore's most respected and consistent Spanish tapas bar and restaurant, continues to bring the Andalusian vibes through food and hospitality to Singapore.

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Image Credit: Gonzalo Landin Gimenez & Eduardo Ortega

Yet, (with tongue in cheek) it seems these two champions of hospitality have a love, hate relationship. It is this fire in both their bellies proving to be the winning formula here.

Binomio Spanish Restaurante showcases a menu of authentic Spanish cuisine. The menu includes popular, all-time Spanish favourites as well as personal dishes prepared by Chef Gonzalo Landin after years of creating awesome Andalusian inspired dishes.

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A prime example is Chef Gonzalo Landin’s secret to cook his Atlantic Octopus “a feira style” to perfection. (pictured above).  He suggests, first freeze the fresh octopus for a day and when the time comes to prepare the dish never boil the water when cooking, just a gentle simmer for a few hours is enough.

Balancing the taste, texture, appearance and colours of Andalusian inspired dishes, guests delight in the variety offered here. The menu changes at least 4 times a year depending on available seasonal ingredients.

Every day, Chef Gonzalo comes up with special dishes and tapas “off-menu” based on the fresh produce available by their premium select International suppliers.

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Order the classical chicken and seafood paella ($69), perfect for sharing or the squid ink rice with clams and calamari paella ($70) Check out the menu here.

Deviating from the traditional approach to presentation, Chef Gonzalo Landin has introduced interesting twists to tapas dishes over the years. Adopting a simple and uncluttered presentation of dishes, guests are pampered by his creative culinary skills.

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The Expat Choice team wish Binomio Spanish Restaurante to live long and prosper. Having survived circuit breaker delivering superb creations to loyal fans, the restaurant and tapas bar is back in full swing, social distancing is their priority along with ensuring the preparation and service of the fine quality of Spanish Andalusian inspired cuisine guest have come to know.

 

INFORMATION

A. Craig Place, 20 Craig Road 089692

E. [email protected]

T. +65 6557 0547

W. www.binomio.sg

S. www.facebook.com/Binomio-4942885

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Richard
ELITE
1247 comments
19 July 2020
Binomio in Spanish literally refers to a "pair" or "duo" in English. Binomio Spanish Restaurante is exactly this - the pairing up of two different concepts, a casual Tapas Bar and a Fine-Dining area, both serving up authentic Spanish food.
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Christina George
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13 July 2020
You can get the Fideua Negra (Black ink noodle paella) on their tapas bar tasting menu for $21, but their fine dining area has a choice of 5 different paellas: the $64 Arroz de Verduras (paella with seasonal vegetables), the Arroz Butifarra y Pato (duck ham, butifarra and fava beans at $78), the Arroz Pollo y Chorizo (chicken and chorizo at $69) the Arroz Mar y Montaña (classic chicken and seafood, also at $69) and of course the Arroz Negro (squid ink paella with clams and calamari) at $70.
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