Haakon at Holland Village

This small eatery at the first floor of the new Raffles Medical centre about 100m from Holland Village mrt is aptly placed for healthy people ūüôā it doesn’t look like much from the outside, but the food was pretty good!

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Patissez at Holland Village

Patissez is the home of the one and only original FreakShake.

It was freaking disappointing, like the few honest (not invited tasting) reviews I’ve read.¬†If you scroll to the end of the post, you’ll see a photo of 1/4-drank Pretzella shakes which, according to reviews, seemed to be the best FreakShake at Patissez.

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Park at Holland Village

I’ve been to Park, a cafe by day and bistro by night, quite a few times¬†since¬†my foodie sister raved about it upon its opening. Little tidbit: The eatery is lined with solar panels and is constructed from containers taken apart and reassembled on site.

The dishes here have been hits and misses, and a recent brunch was a little horrifying. Let me get to that in a bit.

We ordered a mocha, cappuccino, grilled mushroom sandwich, side of bacon and a salmon salad (all below).

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The first to arrive was a lone coffee, and I promptly began taking photos of it while my companion was talking. After about five minutes, the server returned and asked, “have you drank this?”

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