Among the many restaurants that line Sentosa Cove, is a bustling Cuban-Spanish restaurant. We would recommend Paradiso as a good dining option for those looking for a more affordable meal in this “posh” area.  The menu offers something for everyone. There is wide array of Cuban tapas & paellas and also a variety of familiar pastas and sandwiches. Be sure to make reservations if you’re coming on a Friday or Saturday night because the place quickly gets packed.


J Passionate – They managed to capture the South American flair.

C Vibrant – Everything from the interiors to the food is full of life!



J Pollo y Chorizo en Crema de Tomate – Homey. Rugged. Spicy. Salty. Delicious.

C Pollo y Chorizo en Crema de Tomate – Both the mild flavors of the chicken and the bold flavors of the chorizo made a nice compliment to our Paella Valenciana.


J There aren’t many restaurants in Singapore that serve Latin American food, so was really pleased to be dining in one. Atmosphere was very lively and colorful, very latin – I like.

C We were a bit disappointed that the Tapas did not come with bread. You could order french bread ala carte but only as an entire loaf. Would’ve appreciated a few slices of toasty bread to come on the side.

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J Their food reminded me of uncle’s cooking – the type of  food you would have in the summer with all the relatives, and cousins when out on a beach trip. Comfort food. Maybe because it reminded me of Filipino-Spanish food.

C This was the perfect type of cuisine to enjoy outdoors. Having South American food with a view of the water is just perfect! The tastes are simple and homey  yet gourmet enough to enjoy  while “yacht-watching.”


J Yes but it has to compete with the other amazing restaurants lining Sentosa Cove – like Sabio by the Sea right next to it. (Catch our Sabio entry!)

C Yes…. after we try all the other restaurants on that stretch. 😉


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Date of Visit: June 14, 2013
Meal: Brunch (only served on weekends)

Address:31 Ocean Way, #01-03 Quayside Isle, Singapore 098375
Tel: +65 6694 5428
Cuisine: Cuban/ Spanish
Type of Restaurant: Outdoor Dining
Operating Hours: Sunday to Thursday – 11AM to 11PM, Last order for Food: 930pm, Last order for Drinks: 1030pm | Friday and Saturday – 11AM to 12MN, Last order for Food: 930pm, Last order for Drinks: 1130pm

Reservations Accepted: Yes

Jon + Chrina

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