Probably the saltiest fries I’ve ever had comes from Open Door Policy. The burger was posh but the garlic fries… I can’t forget the ridiculous amount of sodium added to it.
On the whole ODP reminds me of one of the hipster cafes/restaurants seen aplenty in New York City. It’s cool that Singapore’s F&B scene is getting more vibrant. But some things don’t change, table service is still rather abysmal. Seating was also really cramp.
I remembered the waiter asking me how I felt about the burger and why I didn’t finish up the fries. I told him I’ve no complains about the burger, it was pretty good. As for the fries, I thought the chef could probably go easy on the salt. I was thoroughly rebuffed by the waiter who thought I was being offensive to the chef. Well maybe I have a lower tolerance to sodium. However it didn’t make any sense for the waiter to ask the diner for their opinion and to only shrug off when he didn’t get the answer he wanted.
Picture taken with my Fujifilm X-Pro1 and the XF 35mm f/1.4 lens.