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Everything With Fries (Holland Village)

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Everything With Fries is a cafe established by the the owners of Awfully Chocolate. As the name implies, the various food items in the cafe are served with either shoestring fries or thick cut fries in various condiments.

Tue - Thu: 12:00 - 23:00

Fri - Sat: 12:00 - 01:00

Sun: 12:00 - 23:00

+65 64633741
$17 based on 82 submissions
Lunch (34 votes), Dinner (33 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (26 votes)
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For the shoestring fries and nutella tart

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We asked for recommendations and the waitress said the Pork Chop and NZ King Salmon were popular items so those were what we went with. We could choose between straight cut fries (fat fries) or shoestring fries (skinny fries). I opted for the straight cut while the boyfriend chose shoestring.   My pork chop was decent, but nothing fantastic. It was not tough but neither was it tender. It just tasted like ordinary grilled pork. I am a great fan of crispy fat fries but was rather disappointed with my fries at Everything with Fries (what an irony). My straight cut fries were a bit limp and way too soft. I would definitely recommend the shoestring fries if you are intending to drop by Everything with Fries. 

My boyfriend's NZ King Salmon was good! The salmon fillet was extremely well-grilled, crispy on the outside yet soft and juicy within. The shoestring fries were also crispy and tasty. 

Nutella Tart. This was a good dessert although I did not taste any Nutella in it. In fact, it tasted very much like a chocolate tart! 

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• 02 Feb 2015 • 13 reviews • 0 follower

too good to celebrate birthday here

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i am not very highly educated and my friends, i know what the bunch of us look like, a group of drunk uncles. But we are still paying customers.

we brought a slice, ONE SLICE, of pandan cake as a joke birthday cake for one of the guys. We were not allowed to let him cut and eat it. No outside food.

i don't know who the boss of this rstn is, but he needs a reality check. The food is really good, so are the prices. But me and my friends, we spent a $200 bill and we are not allowed to eat a slice of cake? No horse run mindset.
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• 02 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 6 followers

Disastrous Service and Service Recovery

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4 of us had dinner here and our table ordered 1 HJK burger and then another friend came so we ordered another HJK. Checked the bill and we were billed for 3 instead. Called the outlet up and a man picked up. 

Instead of understanding and clarifying the situation, his first response was to defend himself and claim that he did not make any mistakes. He tried to say he remembered that there were 3 of us on the table and we ordered 2 HJKs which is totally wrong because there were 4 of us. He went on and on until I had to stop him and tell him what happened. He then asked for my receipt number and told me I had to go down the next day so that he can check the receipt. What is the point of the receipt number and the POS if he wants me to show him the receipt? There were no apologies throughout the entire conversation. His only answer to me was, "What time can you come down tomorrow?"

The best part was, he hung up the phone on me and when I called back immediately, nobody picked up the phone. If this is what service and service recovery is to EwF, I am afraid I will never go back.
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• 30 Aug 2014 • 178 reviews • 5 followers

For the shoestring fries and nutella tart

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For the full post and pictures visit toseetofeeltoeat

We asked for recommendations and the waitress said the Pork Chop and NZ King Salmon were popular items so those were what we went with. We could choose between straight cut fries (fat fries) or shoestring fries (skinny fries). I opted for the straight cut while the boyfriend chose shoestring.   My pork chop was decent, but nothing fantastic. It was not tough but neither was it tender. It just tasted like ordinary grilled pork. I am a great fan of crispy fat fries but was rather disappointed with my fries at Everything with Fries (what an irony). My straight cut fries were a bit limp and way too soft. I would definitely recommend the shoestring fries if you are intending to drop by Everything with Fries. 

My boyfriend's NZ King Salmon was good! The salmon fillet was extremely well-grilled, crispy on the outside yet soft and juicy within. The shoestring fries were also crispy and tasty. 

Nutella Tart. This was a good dessert although I did not taste any Nutella in it. In fact, it tasted very much like a chocolate tart! 
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