Tuesday, August 14, 2007

El Patio: Best Mexican Food in Singapore

Being from Central California, the Mexican Food Lover's Paradise, one of the first things Josh and I did was stake out potential replacements for our favorite Mexican Restaurants. The choices were slim! As far as we can tell, there are only THREE Mexican Restaurants in this bustling city-state of over 2.5 million people. So far, I have tried two of the three. Our search for great, familiar-tasting food may be able to stop there because the second restaurant we tried, El Patio, was everything we like in a Mexican Restaurant: good service, an outdoor patio, decent prices, free chips and salsa, and delicious food. So, if you're ever in Singapore and in need of a Mexican food fix, give us a ring and we will gladly let you treat us to a chimichanga and a burrito supreme!

*update: we found out that there are actually a few more than three. Not many more, but a few. We have tried two of those and still agree that El Patio is the best.


Christianne said...

Ha ha -- I like that last bit about YOU letting US treat you to a great meal! Nice work. :)

Yum yum yum, now I have a craving for Mexican food. Only trouble is, it's 1:45 in the morning here -- my craving will have to sit with me for some time yet!

Great to get a new post from you again. Will stay tuned for more!

Caleb's Gram said...

Sounds great, but do they serve cheesy tots? ;-)

Live from London said...

I'm so happy to hear! My search took a little longer, but well worth the effort. If in London, I can also recommend great Mexican food. I never thought it would be possible, but it's true! Cafe Pacifico is great... just around the corner from the Covent Garden tube stop. God is good!!!

Tom Reay said...

Hi guys, I have been here for a month and a half and wanted to treat my guests to some fajitas and was wondering if you can tell me where the mexican groceries (maybe few) can be purchased? Please email me tom.reay@gmail.com thanks

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