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10 Bars and Cafés you Must Visit at Holland Village

Take a food tour through the famous shopping district in Singapore


Holland Village is a food lover’s paradise. From familiar restaurants to simple fast food to fancy cafés and happening bars, it is not difficult to find all your favourite foods in just one location. At night, its main street transforms into an entertainment district with teeming nightlife, as people casually occupy the road for a drink or two.

With so much happening at Holland Village, you have to be there to see it for yourself. Here are 10 bars and cafes that you must visit at Holland Village.

1. Fat Boy’s


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It’s time to sink your teeth into Fat Boy’s chunky and juicy burgers that come with a generous serving of thick-cut fries. The menu offers a mouth-watering selection of burgers with eccentric names, suiting the style of the restaurant.

We recommend the Elvis ($11) which consists of a bacon stuffed pork patty with bananas and peanut butter, and the Monster Mash ($16) featuring crunchy fried chicken and wasabi mash potato.

Also, complete your meal with the perfect drink to wash down the juicy patties: a creamy milkshake from their large assortment of flavours.

Address: 29 Lorong Mambong, Singapore 277689
Nearest MRT: Holland Village
Opening hours: 4pm to 12am daily
Telephone number: +65 6463 2312
Website: https://www.fatboys.sg/

2. D’Good Café


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Nestled at a quiet corner in Holland Village, this café is a good hide-out for those who want a nice ambience and a peace of mind. The charming outlet boasts a unique concept with its well-furnished interior and innovative menu.

Start the day off with its Portebello Eggs Benedict ($13.50) and be sure to try its highly-raved Maple Seasalt Cheesecake ($9). They also offer other home-made desserts such as the Homemade Classic Tiramisu Pancake and Sweet Potato Waffles.

Address: 273 Holland Ave #02-01/02, Singapore 278992
Nearest MRT: Holland Village
Opening hours:
Sunday to Thursday: 10am to 10pm.
Friday and Saturday: 10am to 11pm.
Telephone number: +65 6219 9807
Website: https://www.facebook.com/dgoodcafe/

3. Sanpoutei


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Probably one of the best ramen brands in Singapore, this ramen bar serves ramen both ways: dry and soup.

If you are a broth person, go for its spicy miso ramen that will probably bring a tear or two to your eyes. The noodles are consistently chewy and the broth is insanely good.

At this outlet, the piping hot bowls of ramen are served promptly so you don’t have to wait so long for your order.

Address: 253 Holland Ave, #01-01, Singapore 278982
Opening hours: 11.30pm to 11pm daily
Telephone number: +65 6463 7277
Website: http://sanpoutei.sg/

4. Bar Bar Black Sheep


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Its name is a pun on the famous nursery rhyme but this bar is not kiddy. Offering you all the reasons to unwind, relax and chill in the brisk neighbourhood. It has an extensive drinks list, from cocktails to draught beers to hard liquor to red and white wine, and an even more dynamic food menu.

The selection is astonishing as you can choose from Indian, Japanese, Thai and Western. With its wide range of mains and snacks, you will never drink on an empty stomach.

Address: 17D Lor Liput, Singapore 277731
Nearest MRT: Holland Village
Opening hours:
Weekday: 5pm to 1am.
Saturday: 12pm to 1am.
Sunday: 12pm to 11pm
Telephone number: +65 6463 2161
Website: http://www.bbbs.com.sg

5. Hatched


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As its name suggests, this café specializes in the art of egg-making; you can have your egg in any way you desire! From poached to scrambled to sunny-side up, you name it, they cook it.

Though the eggs are the highlight of this cafe, they are adorned with glorious strips of smoked salmon or sizzling bacon, among many other sides. What better way to start the morning than to get Hatched?

Address: 267 Holland Ave, Singapore 278989
Nearest MRT: Holland Village
Opening hours:
Tuesday to Sunday: 9am to 11pm.
Closed on Monday.
Telephone number: +65 6463 0012
Website: http://www.hatched.sg/

6. Patissez


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Patissez’s Freakshake ($16) is not your average strawberry or chocolate milkshake. It is, according to our sources, good old chocolate milkshake, except 10 times better. If you haven’t tried its insanely rich and awfully sinful milkshake then you have been missing out on the real deal.

These Freakshakes are topped with epic portions of ice-cream, whipped cream and other toppings of your choice. It is so massive that looking at it makes you feel guilty already. Apart from milkshakes, this café also serves up good hotcakes, burgers and toasts.

Address: 118 Holland Avenue, #01-06, Singapore 278997
Nearest MRT: Holland Village
Opening hours:
Monday to Friday: 10am to 10pm.
Saturday and Sunday: 9am to 10pm
Telephone number: +65 6262 3616
Website: https://www.facebook.com/patissez.pty.ltd/

7. The Daily Scoop


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This incredibly cute-looking ice-cream shop offers a variety of flavours, from sinful and decadent to zesty and refreshing. Some of its popular flavours include Cha Earl Grey, Mao Shan Wang (Durian), Lychee Martini, Maple Crisp, and Nutty Macadamia.

Head down to The Daily Scoop and treat yourself to a scoop ($3) of pleasure to reward yourself after a long day at work.

Address: Chip Bee Gardens, 43 Jalan Merah Saga, #01-78, Singapore 278115
Opening hours:
Monday to Thursday: 11am to 10pm.
Friday and Saturday: 11am to 10.30pm.
Sunday: 2pm to 10pm
Telephone number: +65 6475 3128
Website: http://thedailyscoop.com.sg

8. Sunday Folks


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This chic-looking café, nestled in the quiet neighbourhood of Holland Village, is a popular hangout among friends and family. Its waffles, cooked to a tantalizing golden brown, are served warm and topped with a generous portion of exotic soft serve flavours like Pistachio, Gula Melaka, and Earl Grey.

Address: Chip Bee Gardens, 44 Jalan Merah Saga, #01-52, Singapore 278116
Nearest MRT: Holland Village
Opening hours:
Tuesday to Thursday: 1pm to 10pm.
Friday: 1pm to 11pm.
Saturday: 12pm to 11pm.
Sunday: 12pm to 10pm.
Closed on Monday.
Telephone number: +65 6479 9166
Website: http://sundayfolks.com

9. Nakhon Kitchen


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Although this famous Thai food franchise at Holland Village is frequented by large crowds, the waiting time is not too long. You would usually get a seat within 15-20 minutes.

Some of the crowd favourites include Black Pepper Olive Fried Rice ($6) and its authentic Pad Thai. Sides like Crispy Fried Garlic Chicken ($6) and Kang Kong with Belachan ($6) are equally satisfying. Be sure to try their Thai Milk Tea ($3) and complete your meal on a sweet note with its famous Thai desserts like Red Ruby ($3) and Mango Sticky Rice ($5)­.

Address: 27A Lorong Liput, Singapore 277738
Nearest MRT: Holland Village
Opening hours:
Monday to Sunday: 12pm to 2.45pm, 5.30pm to 9.45pm.
Closed on Wednesday.
Telephone number: +65 6469 6862
Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Nakhon-Kitchen/138608106191321

10. Breko Café


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This simple-looking café is the ultimate place to relax and have a drink on a Friday night. Or, if you are hungry, you may choose from its wide selection of mains which include burgers, pasta and pizza.

The portions are big but not too overwhelming so you can either share or eat by yourself. There is also an alcohol menu for those who want to chill and have a good time over drinks.

Address: 38 Lor Mambong, Singapore 277694
Nearest MRT: Holland Village
Opening hours: Sunday to Tuesday: 9am to 10pm. Wednesday to Saturday: 9am – 12am
Telephone number: +65 6468 4424
Website: http://brekocafe.com/

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