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Top 10 Best Eats at Holland Village Food Centre

Holland Village was named after Holland Road which in turn was named after Hugh Holland in 1907. Hugh Holland, who was an architect and an amateur actor, was an early resident. The roads ‘Holland Avenue’, ‘Holland Close’ and ‘Holland Drive’ were officially named after the principal road in 1972. Holland Road is known as hue hng au in Hokkien, meaning “behind the flower garden”. The “flower garden” refers to the Botanic Gardens. If you are at Holland Village, then check out these top 10 food stalls at this cosy food centre. 

Holland Village Food Centre

#1 – Yap Kee Wanton Mee

Introduction: Wanton Noodle at Holland Drive Market & Food Center in Fremont is managed by the Koo family, a husband-and-wife duo hailing from Batu Pahat in Johor, Malaysia. Noodles are prepared using only eggs and gluten-free flour without the addition of water. They were boiled, then deep-fried and tossed in the air. The egg noodles were then cooked to QQ consistency. They were pleasantly springy and firm on all sides, with an evenly distributed cover of lard, chilli and olive oil. Toss the noodles and slurp them up.

Menu Items:

  • Frozen Handmade Wantons (Price $11)
  • Frozen Handmade Dumplings (Price $24)
  • Egg Noodels (Price $6.50)
  • Anyhow Bao (Price $19.90)

Location: 44 Holland Dr, #02-04, Singapore 270044

Contact: +65 9644 3265

Website: Website Link Here

 


#2 – Shima’s Kitchen

Introduction: To mention, when you’re flattening a chicken, you’re essentially flattening it, resulting in a deliciously tender meat. Whether the chicken was squashed, marinated, or sufficiently softened by the skillful handling of our peri peri sauce, it’s hard to say. But one thing definitely can be said, it yielded tons of delicious chicken bits. The crispy skin was gently smashed by a marinated fluff of spices.

Menu Items:

  • Lontong (Price $3)
  • Soto Ayam (Price $3)
  • Mee Rebus (Price $3)
  • Mee Siam (Price $3)
  • Mee/ Bee Hoon Soto (Price $3)
  • Nasi Lemak (Price $3)

Location: 44 Holland Dr, Singapore 270044

Contact: +65 6284 8977

Website: Website Link Here

 


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#3 – Ru Ji Kitchen Fishball Noodle

Introduction: David Ng directs stalls at Holland Drive, and Joanne operates the Old Airport Road outlet. Ru Ji’s Fishball Noodle serves these sought-after handmade fishballs and fishcakes in a light, clear broth featuring dry mee pok or mee kia, to be enjoyed separately with sambal chili, crispy pork lard, and finely chopped spring onions. The famed fishballs begin as a beaten mixture of fish paste, using only pure fish meat with no flour extenders added.

Menu Items:

  • Fishball Noodles (Price $4.50)
  • Bak Chor Mee (Price $6)
  • All-in Combo Noodle (Price $6.50)
  • Menu Item D (Price $15)

Location:

  • Holland Dr, Blk 44 #02-28, #02-29
  • Redhill Lane, Blk 85 #01-25
  • Old Airport Rd, Blk 51 #01-37

Contact: +65 9435 0820

Website: Website Link Here

 


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#4 – Cheng Heng Kway Chap and Braised Duck Rice

Introduction: For folks looking for something especially specific, you can compose your own kway chap by choosing your favorite ingredients or simply enjoy a little of everything. For us, it’s just the raw pig’s innards, pork skin and pork belly we know so well. We don’t care much for that braised egg, fish cake, tau kwa and taupok. You can also customise your meal with your choice of side ingredients like tender braised duck, pork belly (with a good fat-to-meat ratio), painstakingly-cleaned pork intestines, preserved vegetables, and braised egg for just a few dollars more.

Menu Items:

  • Kway Chap (Price $3.50)

Location: 44 Holland Drive #02-05 Holland Drive Market & Food Centre Singapore 270044

Contact: NA

Website: Website Link Here

 


#5 – Fifty Yong Tau Fu

Introduction: 50 Yong Tau Foo stall offers Hakka-style flat mee kia noodles in a mild-tasting sauce with freshly made yong tau foo pieces — some fried and some boiled items including minced pork balls. The stuffings in the vegetables are a mixture of minced pork and fish paste. There are three yong tau foo stalls within Holland Drive food centre, and from my observation, it looks like they all serve the same dishes.

Menu Items:

  • Yong Tau Fu (Price $3)

Location: 44 Holland Dr, #02-37, Singapore 270044

Contact: NA

Website: Website Link Here

 



#6 – Aini Muslim Food

Introduction: Although their in-dining crowd is busy and long with the lunch line, Aini’s staff still greets each customer with a smile and great cheer. What’s more, their nasi goreng ayam penyet was a tasty experience!

Menu Items:

  • Ayam Penyet (Price $4.50)
  • Tahu Goreng (Price $3)
  • Gado Gado (Price $3.50)
  • Mee Goreng Seafood (Price $4.50)
  • Nasi Goreng Seafood (Price $4.50)
  • Mee Hong Kong (Price $4.50)

Location: 44 Holland Dr, #02-14, Singapore 270044

Contact: +65 9792 4276

Website: Website Link Here

 


#7 – Da Chang Jin Chee Cheong Fun

Introduction: If you’re searching for something unusual, you will discover Smoked Salmon Chee Cheong Fun to be exceptional. Priced at $5 per plate, Da Chang Jin Handmade Chee Cheong Fun is generous with its tons of smoked salmon per plate. As strange as the concept might sound, the chee cheong fun and smoked salmon make a formidable team. Don’t forget to include preserved vegetables when eating!

Menu Items:

  • Double Fun Combo (Price $5.50)
  • Prawn Chee Chong Fun (Price $5)
  • Char Siew Chee Chong Fun (Price $4)
  • Shimeji Mushroom Chee Cheong Fun (Price $3.5)

Location: 44 holland drive #02-33 holland drive market and food

Contact: NA

Website: Website Link Here

 


#8 – New Lucky Claypot Rice 

Introduction: The popularity of New Lucky Claypot Rice’s dishes (especially claypot rice) depends on what day of the week it is. Possibly, like all other good things, it begets a wait line, at lunchtime in particular. As can be seen in the aforementioned sign, the lunch hour starts off off-peak at about 20 minutes, but rushes start to walks in mid- and high-peak hours at around 45 to 90 minutes.  The aroma of the rice is legendary, and no wonder some say this might be the best claypot rice in Singapore.
Do note its opening time, 11 am to 1 pm and 5 pm to 8 pm, closes every Wednesday.

Menu Items:

  • Type A mixed flavor (Price $15 for 2pax , $20 for 3pax )
  • Type B Chicken only (Price $15 for 2pax, $20 for 3 pax)
  • Type C Chinese Sausage only (Price $15 for 2pax, $20 for 3 pax)

Location: 44 Holland Dr, #02-19, Holland Drive Market & Food Center, 270044

Contact: +65 6778 7808

Website: Website Link Here

 


#9 – Traditional Carrot Cake

Introduction: With a stall name that has the word “Traditional”, I guess they have to be making their carrot cake in the traditional way. This might not be a famous fried carrot cake stall, but it is very popular with residents in the area. They made their soft carrot cake themselves. We just cannot resist a plate of Fried Carrot Cake when we see one, not to mention if they make everything themselves.

Menu Items:

  • Black/ White Carrot Cake (Price $2.50/ $3)

Location:  44 Holland Dr, #02-20, Singapore 270044

Contact: NA

Website: Website Link Here

 


#10 – Lao Chen Ji

Introduction: Lao Chen Ji is an incredible choice when you’re hoping to try a plate of Kolo Mee in Singapore. Lao Chen Ji is also one of the stalls a long here, selling an outstanding selection of Yong Tau Foos to go with their delicious noodles. Their small potion is S$3.50, and their large is S$4.50, and their Fried Yong Tau Foo is also an option as an add-on.

Menu Items:

  • Sarawak Kolo Mee (Price $3.50/ $4.50)
  • Mee Pok (Price $3.50/ $4.50)
  • Gan Pan Mee (Price $3.50/ $4.50)
  • Abalone Kolo Mee (Price $3.50/ $4.50)
  • Dumpling Kolo Mee ( Price $3/ $4)
  • Fried Yong Tau Fu (Price $4/ $5/ $6)

Location: Blk 44 Holland Drive #02-43 Singapore 270044

Contact: +65 8286 9646

Website: Website Link Here

 


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