For all of you who don't know. I am learning Spanish, just to pick up another language. There is something really magically and nice about language which just entices me! haha
Anyway I have been learning Spanish for abit over 2 months - we are having a break now! Pam decided to bring me to a Spanish place to dine in!
We decided to try this place in VivoCity, which we felt wasn't the best. Despite me not having tried much Spanish food I knew it wasn't the best! We had a really enjoyable time still though! It's the company that matters right? :)
While we were trying to find the place at Vivo, we actually walked past and not realised it is Serenity! The deco was not very Spanish-y but the def did greet as Hola! (I can't seem to do the inverted ! in blogger! ) when we walked in.
Paella (Pronounced as Pie-a-uh)
It reminds me slightly of baked rice without cheese! lol
I got this bangle ages ago at Diva (aus) when they were having a sale & I love it! I have not seen the same colour combination in Singapore! :( I would love to get another one!
The seating was very chill and the chairs were VERY low! It's almost like sitting on the floor! I don't remember all the names of the food :( I should have blogged about this earlier! boo!
My mocktail with lychee, watermelon and mango! It was alright, not the best I have tasted though!
We wanted to have paella and the waitress told us it would take about 30 mins, we were starving or at least I was :p so we decided to dig into desserts first before the mains! That's how we roll!
My orange ice cream thing-y. The biscuit bits were good, the orange was just blah. haha
P's brownie & ice cream! I think you can never go wrong with CHOCOLATE! :D
Finally the paella came. It was not too bad! Pretty decent! There were alot of peas :( I don't like peas!haha. I would LOVE to eat paella again!!
The bill amounted to $90 which I thought was slightly pricey for the food we got, but the experience was an awesome one! I would LOVE to try the better Spanish food which P always raves about! I can't wait!
They thanked us in their broken Spanish, but it was really good effort! haha
If you guys wants to know more about the place, do visit their website! :D
Gracias & Adios mi amigos! :D