The name of El Patio conjures up the picture of a gorgeous building with a lovely courtyard, and that’s what you’ll find in this two-floor Spanish restaurant. It’s housed in an old villa built in the 1920’s, coming with a tranquil garden and a half open terrace. Equipped with a fireplace and a bar, the dining area downstairs offers a more casual atmosphere, while the red-walled second floor is suitable for more formal occasions.
Head chef Francesc Fernández from Barcelona has designed an excellent menu combining both innovation and traditional Spanish dishes. Look out for such delicacies like poached egg with French fries, fois gras, truffles and fresh porcini mushrooms (188rmb), and roasted lamb with smoked cheese and rosemary (98rmb). - Stella Shu