I am from Singapore and has been on the ship sailing out of Singapore a couple of times. Although there are plenty of locals onboard, there are also plenty of Asian from all over. And also RC seems more towards catering the ships in Singapore for our Indian tourists, therefore I would say 40% of the food are mostly Indian cuisine, 40-50% are the traditional RC food but whether does it lives up to the usual RC standard, I have no ideas but I find those are the best food onboard to eat. Hint : onboard. They tried to provide some 10-20% Chinese cuisine but in my opinion, those are the worse Chinese food I ever tasted. I didn’t do specialities but I see the standard RC offering. Most of the time these restaurants are empty.
It is a chaos at the WJ for lunch on boarding day as everyone all gathers there. Otherwise I don’t see a problem except serving on the dinning room is too slow for my liking.
I shall not comments on the passengers onboard. There are always certain behaviours we couldn’t apprehend in other cultures and likewise, they also couldn’t on ours. And there are always rude and ill-manners people around which has nothing to do with culture.