If you ask me, the best part about being on Spring Break is finally being free from the obligation of waking up at 6AM. Rather, my week was well spent at home, lounging around on the coach for hours. However, mention the possibility of good food and I will happily leave the comforts of my warm bed.
Today's post features some of the restaurants and cafes I visited recently with my fellow foodie, Lauren. Enjoy, and bon appétit!
Wild Honey @ Scott's Square
|(From left): Boulevard St Michel, European, Norwegian|
The European - Poached eggs, hollandaise sauce, sautéed mushrooms, prosciutto, and homemade Brioche. Mmmmm...
The cutest cafe tucked away on the second story of one Holland Village's shophouses. We didn't try any of their mains, but we did enjoy the most amazing green tea lava cake ever. Don't be fooled by the color, it tastes just as good (if not better) than its classic chocolate cousin.
One of my favorite stops of the day. Ever since hearing the hype about Boto Acai in Korea, I have been waiting, and waiting, and waiting for a similar store to open here. And finally, it has! It feels indulgent, but it's packed full of super-berries and antioxidants.
|The legendary Acai bowl and smoothie|
To end with a bang, I present to you what are probably the best waffles on the island. Two perfect waffles topped with earl grey lavender ice cream, served with nama green tea, chocolate-y caramel-y bits of heaven and berries.
By the time this post is up, I would have been sucked back into the cycle of school, but I am glad to have spent my break having down-time with my family, friends, and a good
plate err, plates of food. I've had my fair share of lazy days, and hopefully I am now well-rested enough to hit the ground running in the weeks leading up to AP exams.
NOTE: This post has been long overdue, so I will be taking my mock exams this week!! (Wish me luck)
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