13 April 2016

Octapas launches new menu on 18 April

OCTAPAS, a Spanish tapas bar at Clarke Quay, Singapore, is launching a new menu on 18 April that features improved classic recipes, a sizeable number of vegetarian dishes and gluten free selections.

The new menu includes:

Tapas Frias (Cold Tapas)
Gambas en Salsa S$14++: Shrimps tossed in shallots, tomatoes and bell peppers salsa
Hot Tapas

Pulpo con salsa picaada caatalana S$18++: Grilled Octopus with Catalan Picada sauce

Zarzuela de Mariscos S$19++: Catalan style seafood stew with saffron and tomato sauce
Fiduea S$36++ for two persons, S$56++ for four: Chicken, mussels, squids, prawns and fish with angel hair pasta in saffron and tomato sauce 

Ensaladas (Salad)

Verduras Grilladas S$14++: Artichokes, zuchinni, aubergine, piquillo with wild rocket leaves

Tostadas (Toasted bread)

Carne con picada S$13++: Minced beef with a basket of grilled baguette 

‘We are pleased to announce that Antidote will be coming on board in April to spice up the restaurant. Antidote is a great top 40’s band that has played all over Southeast Asia and greater part of Philippines, so we’re very fortunate to have them. We wanted to find a band that will meet the eclectic style of the restaurant so perfectly and that’s Antidote," said the General Manager, Rahidi Hamzah. 

"Antidote consists of singers Annmarie Richel, Jay-Ar, Johann Cornelia, Kim Clark, Ferdinand Nilo, and guitarist Israel Antipas. The band has played most recently as a headliner at Flare Bar bringing their renditions of popular hits. Their smooth, soulful covers of songs like Enrique Iglesias’s Bailamos have brought patrons to the floor and made them one of the most popular cover bands in Manila." 


OCTAPAS has al fresco seating by the riverside as well as air-conditioned areas.
Blk D, Clarke Quay, #01-08. River Valley Road, Singapore 179023 
Call +65 6837 2938 with enquiries
Open: Monday to Thursday: 12pm to 1am
Friday, Saturday, Sunday and eves of public holidays: 12pm to 2am
Antidote performs on Friday, Saturday and the eves of public holidays from 10pm and from Tuesday to Thursday, and on Sunday from 9.30pm.