Holland Village Food Centre food guide
Holland Village Food Centre recently reopened after three months of renovation works, and to tag on to that piece of good news is another: a second level of new stalls that are slated to open in the near future! Pop into the refurbished food centre, and you’ll find the same familiar level of stalls, and half a level down, towards the back, another spread of soon-to-open hawker stalls. If you’ve never been to the food centre, here’s our round-up of the 10 best stalls to check out.
1. Ming Fa Fishball Noodles
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Ming Fa Fishball Noodles is no stranger to the hawker scene, with 12 outlets islandwide. They’ve got a history that dates back to 1946, when they were a pushcart in a Chinatown alleyway hawking handmade fishballs and noodles. Today, their fishballs are still made fresh every day with 100% yellowtail fish paste, and no preservatives added.
Try a bowl of Fishball Noodle ($4/$5) to have a taste of Ming Fa’s famous fish balls. Otherwise, their Mushroom Minced Meat Noodle ($4.50/$5.50), AKA bak chor mee, is a popular choice too! Alternatively, there’s Meatball Noodle ($4.50/$5.50) and Chicken Chop Noodle ($4.50/$6) for heartier options.
Unit number: #01-14
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 8pm
Ming Fa Fishball Noodles is not a halal-certified eatery
2. 363 Katong Laksa Holland Village Nasi Lemak
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363 Katong Laksa Holland Village Nasi Lemak is the very first stall you’ll see as you enter the food centre. As their name suggests, they’ve got both Katong Laksa (from $4.80) and Nasi Lemak. This coconut rice dish is priced from $4.80, depending on your choice of sides, including Chicken Wing, Chicken Thigh, or Fish. Each set comes with their much-loved sambal, plus an egg, ikan bilis and peanut, as well as achar. Add on an Otah Mackerel Fish for $1.20, as well as assorted vegetables that you can pick from the display.
Unit number: #01-15
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Tel: 6464 9303
363 Holland Village Nasi Lemak is not a halal-certified eatery, but uses no pork or lard
3. Xiang Ji Hainanese Chicken Rice, Porridge and Noodles
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In spite of its name, Xiang Ji Hainanese Chicken Rice, Porridge and Noodles doesn’t only serve chicken. They’ve got char siew, roast pork, and even roast duck on the menu too! The most economical items on their menu are Roast Pork or Char Siew Rice ($4), though a plate of Steamed or Roasted Chicken Rice will set you back just $4.50. Otherwise, Roasted Duck Noodle is similarly priced at $4.50, or you could get Shredded Chicken Hor Fun and Macaroni at the same price.
Unit number: #01-22
Opening hours: Daily 7am to 7pm
Xiang Ji Hainanese Chicken Rice, Porridge and Noodles is not a halal-certified eatery
4. Chang Sheng Western Food
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Head to Chang Sheng Western Food for your fix of hawker-style Western fare. You’ll find old-school favourites such as Pork Chop ($7.50), Chicken Bolognese Spaghetti ($4.50) and Fish ‘n’ Chips ($7) here. There’s even Black Pepper Sirloin Steak ($9) and Salmon Fish with Fries ($7.50). If you prefer, you could opt for rice with your meal instead of French fries. There’s Nugget Fried Rice ($5) and Chicken Cutlet or Grilled Chicken Fried Rice ($5) too!
Unit number: #01-30
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11am to 9:30pm
Tel: 8550 3536
Chang Sheng Western Food is not a halal-certified eatery
5. De Sheng Hand-Made Noodles and Fish Soup
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De Sheng Hand-Made Noodles and Fish Soup is your answer to a healthy, hearty afternoon lunch. For just $4.50, you can enjoy a bowl of Dry Ban Mian or choose from Ban Mian, U-Mian or Mee Hoon Kway in soup. Other dishes at this stall include Spicy Noodle/Tom Yam Ban Mian ($5), Beef Ramen ($5.50), or Sliced Fish Bee Hoon ($5.50). If you’re craving porridge, they’ve got Fish Porridge ($5) as well.
Unit number: #01-19
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 9pm
De Sheng Hand-Made Noodles and Fish Soup is not a halal-certified eatery
6. Qian Jiao Bai Wei Ma La Xiang Guo
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Tucked in a corner of Holland Village Food Centre is Qian Jiao Bai Wei Ma La Xiang Guo, where you can head to satisfy all your mala xiang guo cravings. Take your pick from a selection of meats ($3 per 100g), mushrooms ($2 per 100g), and vegetables ($1 per 100g), and have them cooked to order, with your choice of spice level, in their Sichuan peppercorn sauce mix!
Unit number: #01-31
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 11pm
Qian Jiao Bai Wei Ma La Xiang Guo is not a halal-certified eatery
7. Yu Ji Claypot and Stewed Soup
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Yu Ji Claypot and Stewed Soup sells Traditional Claypot Sesame Oil Chicken for just $5.50 a pot, which comes with a substantial portion of chicken and rice in aromatic sesame oil with soya sauce and more. Their Traditional Claypot Rice ($5.50) is equally wallet-friendly and is loved for its addictive blend of sauces. Pair your claypot rice with stewed soups as well, with options including Salted Vegetable Duck Soup ($4), Watercress Pork Ribs Soup ($3.80), and Ten Tonic Ginseng Chicken Soup ($5.50).
Unit number: #01-29
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 9pm
Yu Ji Claypot and Stewed Soup is not a halal-certified eatery
8. Liang Ji Wanton Noodle
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Chen Ji Wanton Noodle takes over from what used to be Liang Ji Wanton Noodle, selling—you guessed it, wonton mee. A plate of wonton mee is priced here at $4.50 or $5, regardless if you want it dry or in soup. The dry option comes with both fried and boiled dumplings, though you could add on Soup or Fried Wanton on the side for $4, which gets you 12 dumplings. If wonton mee isn’t your jam, consider their Chicken Feet Noodle ($5) or even Hainanese Noodle ($5), a dish that stars thick bee hoon in a starchy, flavourful soup, and beef slices.
Unit number: #01-18
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 9:30pm
Chen Ji Wanton Noodle is not a halal-certified eatery
9. Holland V Fried Bee Hoon
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It’s not a Holland Village Food Centre guide without listing Holland V Fried Bee Hoon as a stall to visit. This corner stall is open from 6am in the mornings and is typically sold out before lunch even starts. It’s no surprise to see a long queue of fans waiting in line for their economic bee hoon fix—bee hoon and noodles are priced at $1.20 or $1.50, depending on portion size, while add-ons include chicken wing ($1.40), chicken cutlet ($1.40), fish fillet ($0.90) and luncheon meat ($0.60). Adding an egg would set you back another $0.50, as would vegetables.
Unit number: #01-11
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 6am to 12:30pm
Tel: 9363 4589
Holland V Fried Bee Hoon is not a halal-certified eatery
10. Hui Wei Japanese Korean Cuisine
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Also at the entrance to Holland Village Food Centre is Hui Wei Japanese Korean Cuisine, a stall that has no English name, but is recognisable for its huge menu of Japanese and Korean set meals. A BBQ Saba Fish Set, which includes rice and miso soup, is priced at $6, or top up $1 for BBQ Saba Fish & Chicken Set. On the Korean front, go for BBQ Beef Set ($7), for hot-plate bulgogi, rice and miso soup. Whether you’re looking for Chicken Katsu Don ($6), Kimchi Sour & Spicy Chicken Noodles ($5.30), or a simple Fried Fish & Tempura Set ($6.50), this stall has got you covered.
Unit number: #01-16
Opening hours: TBD
Hui Wei Japanese Korean Cuisine is not a halal-certified eatery
What to eat at Holland Village Food Centre
A short walk away from the main Holland Village area, you’ll find Holland Drive Market & Food Centre, which is full of hawker favourites: there’s kway chap, Michelin-recommended claypot rice and more. Otherwise, check out our consolidated guide to dining in Holland Village!
Address: 1 Lorong Mambong, Singapore 277700
Nearest MRT Station: Holland Village (CC21)