(Permanently closed) Nakhon Kitchen serves authentic Thai street food at very affordable prices
Holland Drive is an under-rated hawker centre though it has some Michelin-listed stalls.
Cheng Heng Kway Chap and Braised Duck Rice, located in Holland Drive Food Centre, is a Michelin (The Plate) recognised kway chap stall.
Breko Cafe has been in Holland Village since 1999. This is a cosy cafe serving decent food at reasonable price.
Leong Wei Roasted Delight is not only cheap but very good. A plate of char siew or siew yok rice is only $2. One of the most popular stalls in Holland Drive Food Centre
Ru Ji Kitchen is listed on the Michelin Plate. The fishball noodle is almost perfect with handmade bouncy fishballs and explosive sambal chilli sauce.
New Lucky Claypot Rice is one of the two Michelin Bib Gourmand listed eateries in the Holland Village area.
Blanco Court Kway Chap was one of the two famous kway chap stalls at Blanco Court in the 1980s-1990s, together with To-Ricos Gui Shi.
Check out three popular wanton noodle stalls in Holland Village.
Kota Zheng Zong Bak Kut Teh (哥打正宗肉骨茶), hailed from Johore Bahru, is Holland Village’s newest kid on the block.