PARK at Holland Village has appalling CMI (cannot make it) service.
No one entertained us at the door and we had to ask for coasters. And serviettes. And water. And sugar. The most classic (and awkward) part was when the pastas arrived without any cutleries and his sarcastic “errr, we are finding it a challenge to have our meals” wasn’t even met with an apology. Just a subtle nod. Hello, we are paying the 10% service charge for this?
Fail fail FAIL.
Chef is another fickle minded fellow. My request to have smoked salmon instead of bacon for my eggs benedict was initially given the green light. Then 3 sec later, the waitress came back and said no
he changed his mind. I countered with “I’m willing to top up” and suddenly, it’s “ok!” again.
Sheesh, money really makes the world go round.
Food was a hit and miss. I liked my eggs ben; eggs poached well and toasted rounds of bread were good. Likewise, he raved about the ciabatta for his chipotle chicken sandwich. Makes me wonder who supplies the bread to PARK. Taro chips were more addictive than truffle fries (yes it’s possible, truffle doesn’t always win) and unfortunately, their pastas were “not nice” (exact quote!), oh well.
Gotta choose wisely, folks.
Truffle Fries ($8.50++)
Eggs Benedict ($13.80++) with Smoked Salmon (additional $2++)
Tiger Prawn Aglio Olio ($17.50++)
Seafood Marinara ($17.50++)
Chipotle Chicken Ciabatta ($11.80++) with Taro Chips
PARK at Holland Village
#01-01, 281 Holland Avenue