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Restaurants in Holland Village, Singapore

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Once a plantation that was also home to the local Dutch community, Holland Village has evolved into one of Singapore’s hottest enclaves for eating and drinking, with plenty on offer to whet every appetite. Named after Hugh Holland, an honoured architect and early resident of the neighbourhood, Holland Village’s selection of restaurants includes everything from laid-back cafes to elegant diners and even heavenly dessert joints, guaranteed to leave you spoilt for choice. Feeling peckish? Then hop onto our website or mobile app to browse our list of restaurants in Holland Village and filter according to your preferred cuisine and price range to narrow down our suggestions on what’s in the area. Proceed by making a reservation in just a few seconds to snag a table for you and your crew – it’s really that simple!

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Original Sin

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    Holland Village restaurants: You heard it here first!

    A trendsetter when it comes to Singapore’s restaurant scene, Holland Village (or ‘Holland V’ as it is affectionately known to locals), has introduced many new dining concepts to curious foodies over the past 30 years. Starting from Palm’s Wine Bar, which popularised the trend of hanging out with bite-sized plates and a wide selection of wines in the eighties, the decade that followed saw Original Sin bring its upscale brand of Mediterranean vegetarian dishes to the heart of Holland Village. Other restaurants in the district that have left their marks on local palates in a similar way include Coffee Club – the island nation’s first gourmet cafe – as well as Soi 33 Mookata with its popular Thai-style barbeque and hot pot. Even hip global lifestyle magazine Monocle clearly wants a piece of the action; having chosen Holland Village as the site of its bureau, cafe and retail store.
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    Holland Village restaurants: The best of the best

    No matter your mood or the time of day, you’ll be sure to find a restaurant in Holland Village that hits all the right notes. Browse through an entire catalogue of egg-inspired dishes at Hatched, an all-day brunch spot which showcases the humble breakfast protein staple served up to you in a variety of ways, or treat yourself to thick, juicy steaks without burning a hole in your wallet at crowd favourite iSTEAKS Diner. For truly spectacular ethnic eats in Holland Village, check out restaurants like Madrinaa or La Nonna for hearty Italian fare, Kinara for a spice-filled northern Indian epicurean journey, or slurp up a delightful bowl of Japanese ramen at Sanpoutei. There’s much to discover at Holland Village’s restaurants, so have a look at our listings and don’t forget to reserve ahead for a fantastic start to your next culinary adventure.
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    More than just restaurants in Holland Village to keep you satisfied

    Holland Village did not earn its reputation on restaurants alone; wander down Lorong Mambong, Lorong Liput and Jalan Merah Saga and you’ll notice various cafes, dessert joints and nightlife venues tucked within these densely packed streets. Those with a sweet tooth shouldn’t miss out on Sunday Folks and 2am:dessertbar for sublime treats worth their weight in calories. If you need to stick to your diet plan, there’s also Project Açaí which does the job with delicious acai bowls and smoothies that feature healthy fruits and superfoods instead. Last but not least, when it comes to live music and sports screenings, Wala Wala Cafe Bar has been Holland Village’s go-to place since the nineties, backed with a generous selection of beers and spirits. Whatever floats your boat, this district has something that caters to your needs and preferences. So go ahead and explore Holland Village’s myriad restaurants, bars, cafes and more with your friends today!