May 15, 2014

Don Quijote's BBQ Night Review

I was invited for the first ever Don Quijote's BBQ Night last month. The food was amazing! Never in my wildest dreams would I have thought Spanish food could taste so good. On any given night if I am served beer, I would go easy on the food. But not at Don Quijote. Here's why...

LIVE Boston Lobsters

The chefs are hard at work

A portion of the buffet line...

I am allergic to seafood but nothing could keep me away from the lobsters!

Just to show you how good the fresh lobsters looked, here's another picture.

I tried the squid too! Man, it was fantastic!!!!

I have mad love for mushrooms. These were barbecued to perfection!

Do you love brinjal? Or should I say eggplant to sound a little more atas? These were nicely done!

I've never tried squid ink pasta till this faithful day. Sure am glad I chose Don Quijote as the first.

I can't remember what this is called but it's yummy nonetheless...

I've never been a dessert fan but this was pleasantly nice

Barbecues and cold beer go hand in hand. It's like a marriage!

I almost died and went to heaven after biting into this. Yup! Foodgasm!

Trust me when I tell you that these slices of pork do indeed melt in your mouth!



This Spanish style Suckling Pig is out of this world! I love the crisp skin the most!

That's Ken the owner of Don Quijote. Fantastic guy that is so passionate about his food.


Here's where I summarize this review. It says a lot that I can remember how great the food was at Don Quijote. After all it's been a month and I am very forgetful. The service was excellent too. They have attentive staff that are just so polite. If I were you, I'd be there next month for their BBQ buffet. You'll love me for recommending this place.


When: Every first Wednesday of the month

Where: Don Quijote. Block 7 Dempsey Road #01-02, Singapore 249671 Tel: (+65) 6476 2811

Price: S$128++ with free-flow of softs and juices or S$188++ with free-flow of Tattinger Champagne, Codorniu Anna Cava, Don Quijote critically-acclaimed sangrias and Robert-Parker rated Spanish wines.

Fill your tummy with: ‘Live’ Boston Lobsters, ‘Live’ Barramundi, ‘Live’ Snapper, a selection of other Market-Fresh Seafood, Spanish Iberian ‘Secreto’ Pork, Spanish Segovian-Style Suckling Pig, Bone-in ‘Tomahawk’ Rib Steaks, Rack of Lamb, Paellas, Fideuas, and the list goes on and on…!

Website: http://don-quijote-restaurants.com/

2 comments:

  1. The one you don't remember the name of is Paella and the dessert is called churros :)

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  2. The one you don't remember the name of is Paella and the dessert is called churros :)

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