I have been to The Isle of Singapore probably a hundred times. Guess why? It has wonderful spicy food, which I absolutely love. I lived in Paris and Tokyo for many years (total of twelve years). I also have visited Hong Kong 8 times. The Isle of Singapore's food compares very well with the same foreign cuisine I ate in those two cities. \r
I always order one of the following: 1) chili chicken, ($9) 2) curry lamb ($11.95); 3) braised beef (about $9 or $10); 4) curry beef ($12). 5) The one not-spicy dish I regularly eat is $7.95: beef with fat noodles; delicious! I don't much know about the other dishes because I love these and eat them every chance I get--about twice a month on the average. The owner is ""Jack."" He is friendly, kind, extremely hard-working, and used to own a Malaysian-Chinese restaurant in Hong Kong, which, if you've ever been to Hong Kong, you know is extremely expensive and competitive. The waitresses are friendly, too. If you eat here and don't like something the first time, try again; if you think curry and spices are ""weird,"" stick to Wendy's and Mickey D's. There is a parking lot, and you can bring your children, of course. The Isle of Singapore is the only Malaysian-Chinese restaurant (the only Indonesian restaurant) in the Metro Denver area.
Pros: good, spicy food; friendly service; parking lot; delicious inexpensive food