[Closed] PARK Holland Village – Truffled Mac & Cheese, Salted Egg Ribs & 1-for-1 Main Course


PARK at Holland Village is definitely one of the nicest cafes in the enclave. This unique environmentally friendly cafe-cum-bar has been interestingly constructed with reassembled containers and solar panels – a tranquil cafe by day, and a bustling waterhole at night.

PARK at Holland Village’s comprehensive food and beverage menu has propelled the bistro as an ideal hangout destination throughout the day. The inviting dining establishment has recently launched several new mouthwatering dishes and we are here to share with you our favourite highlights.

Also, just for our readers, there is a one-for-one main course promotion that is available throughout the day! Simply quote ‘ladyironchef’ upon making your payment, and you are entitled to enjoy one-for-one promotion on selected main courses on weekdays.

This 1-for-1 promotion is valid only on weekdays, from now till 14 Jul 2016.

Tuesdays: 1 for 1 Park Burger
Wednesdays: 1 for 1 Salted Egg Yolk Pork Ribs
Thursdays: 1 for 1 Salmon Papillote

Park Burger


PARK’s Blue Cheese Burger (S$21.50++) is unsurprisingly one of the restaurant’s bestsellers and what a burger lover must definitely order.

Juicy medium-doneness beef patty with avocado slices, blue cheese sauce, crispy bacon, fried egg and sautéed mushrooms are sandwiched between two fluffy sesame buns – it is so much flavours in one bite. The awesome burger is served with a mixed salad and fries or mashed.

Chilli Crab Sliders


Too full to devour an entire burger? Go for the all-new Chilli Crab Sliders (S$14.50++) instead. It is heartwarming to see how our beloved national dish has been successfully incorporated into these tasty handheld sliders!

These seared crab cakes with sweet chilli sauce are stuffed in steam buns and finished off with cherry tomato halves.

Truffle Fries


Of course, you have to complement your mains with PARK’s divine Truffle Fries (S$11++). Served in a tin bucket, these piping hot aromatic fries have been cooked with white truffle oil and loaded with generous amounts of parmesan cheese.

One of the better renditions in town, and with standards like this one here, truffle fries will stay classic and irresistible.


No expense has been spared during the deep-frying process to achieve an extremely crisp texture for these thinly sliced Spam Chips (S$8.50++).

Salted Egg Pork Ribs


PARK at Holland Village is jumping on the bandwagon with the obsession of salted egg – but we are totally digging their rendition of Salted Egg Ribs (S$29.50++)!

Think zi chart-style succulent pork ribs marinated in handcrafted addictive salted egg yolk sauce, but in generous portions of huge ribs and a cosy environment with beer. You bet we were sold!

Salmon Papillote


This Salmon Papillote (S$17.80++) looked unassuming, but it turned out to be one of the best dishes we had! Wrapped in parchment paper with a complex butter-based sauce and pepper barigoulle, the beautiful fish is baked to perfection and lightly flavoured with the veggies and sauce. Honestly, this was so good that we would totally return to PARK just for it!

Truffled Mac & Cheese


All hail PARK’s Truffled Mac & Cheese (S$13.50++)! This ultimate crowdpleaser – baked with sliced turkey ham and cream truffle – is listed in our list of Best Mac & Cheese in Singapore, and it has been a constant favourite among PARK’s regulars!

Prepared with four different cheeses, the outermost layer is wonderfully crisp and the insides remain consistently gooey with an addictive saltiness that is derived from the cheeses.

Park Holland Village Brunch


It seems like pancakes will never go out of style and PARK has revamped the classic homely dish into an Instagram-worthy brunch must-order.

The Tofu Pancake* (S$12.80++) is basically a soy-based fluffy pancake topped with mixed berry compote, mandarin oranges and sour cream – all prettily plated and ready to smile for your cameras. And once the photoshoot is done, tuck in to subtle sweetness that is well complemented with the tartness from the fruits.

Pulled Pork Tacos


The Pulled Pork Tacos (S$14.50++) features four corn tortillas filled with barbecue sauce, toothsome slow-cooked pork shoulder, shredded parmesan and mixed vegetables. Not for the faint-hearted, because the pulled pork shoulder is so flavourful with a hint of smokiness from the sauce; but that’s precisely why we enjoyed ours.

Baileys Tiramisu


Last but not least, PARK’s traditional Baileys Tiramisu (S$8.90++) is a homemade goodness with a twist to the usual coffee-flavoured Italian dessert. Alternating layers of mascarpone cheese whipped cream and delicate sponge layers, jazzed up with prized Baileys. How to not love this creamy goodness? No, the Baileys did not overpower, neither is the dessert cloyingly sweet.

*Note that these brunch items are only available until 5pm.

Park Interior

From now till 14 Jul 2016, enjoy one-for-one main courses when you quote ‘ladyironchef’ upon making payment!

Tuesdays: 1 for 1 Park Burger
Wednesdays: 1 for 1 Salted Egg Yolk Pork Ribs
Thursdays: 1 for 1 Salmon Papillote

PARK at Holland Village
281 Holland Ave #01-01
Singapore 278621
Reservations: [email protected] / +65 9721 3815
Closed on Mondays
Tue to Thu: 11am – 12am
Fri to Sun: 11am – 2am
Nearest Station: Holland Village

This post was brought to you by PARK at Holland Village.