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Perhaps you’ve been to Holland Village one too many times but always find yourself going back to the same old spots, or maybe you’re unfamiliar with the area and want to check out this popular district. Here are some delicious places that you should check out- you’ll realise that options are abound!

Sanpoutei Ramen

Their classic Shoyu ramen is deliciously savoury, as is the creamy Tonkatsu ramen with generous slices of char siew. That said, their amazing broth would probably make any type of ramen taste good. The broth is boiled for six hours with vegetables, chicken, pork bone, and other ingredients specially flown in from Japan.

Sanpoutei Ramen
Address: #01-01, 253 Holland Ave
Phone: 6463 7277
 Opening hours: 11:30am–11pm daily

Breko Cafe

Breko is a casual joint serving Western mains and regular cafe fare. You’ll find everything from eggs on toast, to steak and pasta, to beer bites and alcohol at night. This cafe isn’t known for any fancy themes or decor, but its laid-back ambience and welcoming vibe makes it easy to step in for a bite when you’re wandering around the area.

Breko Cafe
Address: 38 Lor Mambong, Singapore 277694
Phone: 6468 4424
Opening hours: 9am–12am daily


If you can’t get enough of the aromatic spices of Indian cuisine, head to this understated dining spot for authentic North Indian food. Popular favourites include the creamy butter chicken, the flavourful Kastoori kebab, and the spicy chicken masala.

24 Lor Mambong, Singapore 277683
Phone: 6467 4101
Opening hours: 11:30am–2:30pm, 6–10:30pm daily

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Cafe Siem Reap

At the corner of the street, Cafe Siem Reap serves up delectable regional fare, bistro-style. The cafe is named after the gateway to the iconic Angkor Wat temple, and offers everything from Vietnamese spring rolls to Laotian laksa. They have happy hour promotions too, so grab a drink and chill out with your friends after the meal!

Cafe Siem Reap
43 Lorong Mambong, 277698
Phone: 6468 5798
Opening hours: Monday to Thursday 3pm-1am, Friday & Saturday 3pm-2am, Sunday 3pm-12am

d’Good Cafe

This three storey cafe is known for being an Instagram-worthy hangout, with beautiful decor and the oh-so-hipster glass-bottled cold brews. Expect to face crowds that flock to the place, even on weekdays. That aside, they serve up coffee, cakes, and standard cafe fare, including mains like pasta and sandwiches.

d’Good Cafe
273 Holland Ave #02-01/02, 278992
Phone: 6219 9807
Opening hours: Sunday to Thursday 10am- 10pm, Friday & Saturday 10am-11pm

Crust Gourmet Pizza Bar

Can’t get enough of pizza? Try the pizza from Crust, they’re a level above your typical pizza. Every pizza is freshly made, with gourmet sauces and generous toppings. The half-and-half is perfect for the fickle-minded; just share two different pizza flavours with your crew if you can’t decide! While you’re at it, try their BBQ chicken as it’s a fan favourite.

Crust Gourmet Pizza Bar
Address: 34B Lorong Mambong, Holland Village, 277691
Phone: 6467 2224
Opening hours: Sunday to Thursday 12-11pm, Friday & Saturday 12pm-1am

Gaia Korean Restaurant

At this Korean grill, the BBQ meats take the spotlight with a selection of tender chicken, pork, and beef. Wrap your meat of choice in a piece of lettuce, throw in some garlic, top it off with some gochujang, and eat it the way Koreans do. Apart from the meat, crowd favourites include their seafood pancake and the army stew.

Gaia Korean Restaurant
Address: 17E Lorong Liput, 277731
Phone: 6339 3313
Opening hours: 11am–3pm, 5–11pm daily

Nakhon Kitchen

Craving some pad thai or some rich green curry? Nakhon Kitchen has got you covered. This popular Thai spot draws in the crowd for a good reason- the food tastes amazingly authentic. If Thai cuisine is your meal of choice, Nakhon Kitchen is the perfect place to go.

Nakhon Kitchen
Address: 212 Hougang St 21, #01-341, 530212
Phone: 6286 8785
Opening hours: 12–2:45pm, 5:30–9:45pm daily, closed on Wednesdays

El Patio & Wine Bar

Fans of Mexican food, you’ll be glad to know that there’s a Mexican joint along Holland Village. The decor is as colourful as the food, with vibrant murals on the walls. Head in for some of their meaty tacos with generous toppings and a classic sangria. Expect to hear the beats of Latin American tunes livening up the space especially as the night draws near!

El Patio & Wine Bar
Address: 34 Lorong Mambong, Holland Village, 277691
Phone: 6468 1520
Opening hours: Monday 1-3pm & 5-11pm, Tuesday to Friday, 11am-3pm & 5-11pm, Saturday & Sunday 12-11pm

The Pit Restaurant & Bar

This quiet restaurant is best known for being a microbrewery, with unique handcrafted brews. Coupled with bar snacks like their savoury Buffalo Wings and perfectly marinated Pork Ribs, this makes a great spot for a chill night out.

The Pit Restaurant & Bar
Address: 21 Lor Liput, Singapore 277733
Phone: 6468 3468
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 3pm-1am, Saturday & Sunday 12pm-1am

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2am dessert bar

A fine-dining restaurant that boasts an amazing menu of deconstructed sweet treats, 2am dessert bar is on our radar for some of the most intriguing dessert items. Highlights include the Cassis Plum, a sweet yet potent alcoholic sphere that incorporates tastes of cassis and elderflower with yoghurt foam and plum liqueur. The crumbly green tea tart is a hit as well.

2am dessert bar
Address: 21A Lorong Liput, Holland Village, 277733
Phone: 6291 9727
Opening hours: 3pm-2am daily, closed on Mondays

Project Acai

This is the place to go for health nuts and smoothie-lovers. As its name suggests, Project Acai is known for their acai fruit bowls and smoothies, topped with a variety of other fruits like strawberry and banana. This is also the first acai-themed cafe of its kind in Singapore.

Project Acai
Address: 27 Lorong Liput, Holland Village, 277738
Phone: 6463 1957
Opening hours: 11:30am–10pm daily

With handcrafted brews, deconstructed desserts, and everything from Korean to North Indian cuisine, prepare to eat your heart out at Holland Village. Which of these places do you want to try?

(Header image credit: original image by Qi Wei Fong (Flickr), edited by author.)