Seville is not a big city in Spain, but within this small area we discovered that there are numerous dining options with different styles of Spanish cuisine. Here is our list of the five best Seville restaurants that we tried during our recent trip there in April 2016. The restaurants are near the Seville Cathedral, easily accessible by less than a ten-minute walk, with the exception of 3 Sevilla which might take another ten minutes. We hope this will list help our readers decide what to eat in Seville.
Here is The Ordinary Patrons’ (TOP) list of the best Japanese restaurants in Singapore that we have tried. With the wide range of Japanese restaurants available in Singapore, it is not easy to shortlist those that we think deserve special mention. In the end, we settled on a list which is as diverse as possible, that represents various styles of Japanese cuisine and for different budgets.
Leap Day, on 29 February, has been a day of traditions, one of which is the practice of women proposing to men. In modern Singapore where gender equality is taken for granted, to have a special day for such a practice may be considered outdated or even politically incorrect. It may be equally politically incorrect to talk about girls’ day out or ladies lunch nowadays. Nevertheless, on this leap day, we thought we would do a list of our favourite places for ladies who want to leave their men at work (or home) and get together to eat and chat. (Of course, in today’s context, a ladies lunch can often include people with both the X & Y chromosomes!) Anyway, here is The Ordinary Patrons’ favourites – the TOP Singapore restaurants for ladies who lunch. Continue reading →
(Updated June 2017) What to eat in Orchard Road Singapore? There must be a thousand restaurants and places to eat in the Orchard Road area. To help our readers to narrow the choices and decide where to eat, here is our list of ideas on where to eat in and around Orchard Road Singapore. These are the restaurants and food outlets (sorted by price range) that we enjoyed patronizing and where we are happy to go on repeat visits.
Chicken rice is one of Singapore’s favourite dishes and Katong is a key food stop for local cuisines. It is, therefore, not surprising to find many chicken rice stalls in Katong. The popular dish adapted from early Chinese immigrants from Hainan can be found in all manner of eating establishments from nicely decorated hotel cafes to the humble old food centres. The prices are also wide ranging but you can get good Hainanese chicken rice in Katong from as low as $3. Here is the list of the favourite places of The Ordinary Patrons (TOP) for chicken rice in Katong.