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    Life’s a fiesta at La Fiesta

    Resorts World Genting brings a taste of Spanish heritage and sets it down on our home turf for us to enjoy, in the form of La Fiesta, the latest addition to SkyAvenue’s fleet of high-end restaurants 

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    Of tapas, paellas and everything in between
    The outlet’s assortment of Iberico ham is dubbed as one of the finest hams in the world. The origin of the pork itself comes from the Sus Mediaterraneus breed that only exists now in the southwest of Spain. The final delicious treat requires a 36-month ham curing process at the southeast and southwest of Spain, on mountains high up at 700 metres above the sea level.

    Next on the list to sink your choppers into are the paellas. Choose from an assortment of seafood paellas which features lobsters, Mediterranean Carabinero prawns, and cuttlefish. A must-try signature dish incorporates aromatic saffron bomba rice with premium Canadian lobster. Another variation is a squid ink-infused bomba rice with cuttlefish and prawns 

    Chef Arthur Fernandez’s Puplo a Feira, which is an excellent octopus with paprika potatoes dish, has become the crowd’s favourite tapa to devour, making it another one of La Fiesta’s signature dishes.

    Spanish potions
    Wash down all that exotic tangs and zests with La Fiesta’s list of beverages ranging from sangrias to gin and tonics, punches, cocktails and artisan tonic and soda, making up a very concise, and dare we say, sinfully Spanish beverage menu. Cherry-pick from classic gin and tonics to spiced, floral, citrusy or sweeter variations. Whatever you choose will surely have you ready for a fiesta, but of course, with an Amor de Cava sangria in hand!

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