2am Dessertbar

On the week before the Christmas Day, I got my friend a Christmas gift and I sent a Whatsapp message to my friend asking if we could meet up before the Christmas. Since the only available time to meet up was on the same day and I had a dinner with another friend, I asked if we could meet up for yam cha later at 10PM. Yes, my friend said okay.

I rushed home at 9.30PM after finished the dinner with my friend at Tampines One and sent my friend off to the MRT station. I needed to prepare the Christmas to bring along to meet my friend.

I was brought to Holland Village and I guessed it was my first time be there as I could not recognise the shops around there. I remembered I was there for a Mexican food too but I could not remember which road.

We ended at this open-till-late-night desserts bar which is located at the 2nd floor of the 2 storey shoplot. It is an atas desserts bar and they have some desserts which are delicious according to other food bloggers. It is a fine dessert dining.

It took us quite sometimes to decide what to order for desserts. The menu listed what desserts and pair with which wines. Yes, they do serve wine here. Finally I suggested to try the waffle together.

The signature, 2am: fonffle, a 64% chocolate fondant waffle, blood orange sorbet. It is a pretty unique waffle that I ever tried. The strong chocolate mixes with the sorbet bring the sweetness to the next level and pair it with hot coffee Latte would be a good combination to neutralise it.


I have no idea why, however, the waitress informed us that the minimum spending at this desserts bar is $14.00 onward when we asked for table for 2 person. Perhaps, next time we do not wear sandals out for desserts.

Address: 21A Lorong Liput, Holland Village, Singapore.
Opening hours: 2pm – 2am.

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Cha Cha Cha

Cha Cha Cha, Holland Village, Singapore.

I was brought to this place after finished our Run For Lives marathon. As we all did not know what to eat for dinner, we spent more than half an hour to decide which restaurant we want to go in and worst thing is it is dinner time on a great Saturday. At that time, most of the restaurants are full house.

So, we chose this Mexican restaurant which was just right in front of us upon seeing there is an empty table.
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I am not familiar with Mexican food, so I do not think I am able to give a good comment here, however, I have some pictures to share.
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If I am not mistaken, it is called Fish Tacos. It spices with some herbs and it is quite delicious and interesting to eat with the tortilla. The portion is pretty big too. It is worth to try it out.
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Address: Cha Cha Cha Mexican Restaurant, 32 Lorong Mambong, Holland Village, Singapore.