Everything with Fries (at Holland Village)
This was a total impromptu dinner before heading down to the bar. I saw reviews about it, the fries, the salmon and Nutella pie.
So, when this branch caught my attention, I reckoned to my colleagues to check it out.
Curry fries were good, dusted with flavourful curry-infused powder, there were even crunchy curry leaves. The salmon itself was not overdone, not bad. The accompanying sauce for the salmon was lost amongst the strong flavour of curry fries.
I skipped the pork. We all agreed that the garlic herb fries were the best among the ones we tried.
The sour cream & onion shoestring fries were utterly disappointing. Wrong texture and flavourless. The tandoori however was received well.
Where was the Nutella? I just couldn’t taste it anywhere, be it in the sugar abound tart crust, the pie filling or the melted sauce. None!
The whole pie was too sweet even for a sweet tooth like me.
The Soup Spoon
After work, I met up with a friend in town.
We decided to go for something light and lured into this shop by the homey soupy scent.
The beef chunks were tender, and the soup itself was quite all right. Served with sour cream and my personal touch of Tabasco heightened the taste.
We found this soup way too thick, almost like a thick sauce. My friend gave up after a few spoons of sipping. We got it packed.
Warmed it up the next day, watered down with milk and water.
And it tasted like a proper mushroom soup.
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