277 Holland Avenue
Singapore 278994

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11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

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Unlike the usual Dory, the cod fish & chips has a more tender, creamier taste. This was good on its own without the tar tar sauce! I find cod in general can taste a bit jelat if there's too much of it, but the portion here was just right. The fries and tangy salad also brought a good balance to the creaminess of the cod. A satisfying meal!

This place has been around for a really long time so it gives a sense of nostalgia especially for the older folks when you eat there.
They have a dinner menu consisting of an appetizer, main, dessert and tea/coffee.
Food is good and up to standard. The steak was cooked to the doneness I wanted, vegetables were fresh and potatoes were good.
Appetizer was a portobello salad, but the tomatoes soaked in balsamic vinegar were way too sour for me.
Dessert was a custard puff with ice cream which ends the meal well.

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Brought my parents here since they’ve been craving scones ever since we came back from a trip to England, and the scones here did not disappoint. These scones are light and fluffy on the inside but with a nice crust. They paired very well with the cream and homemade strawberry jam.

Apart from scones, the Devonshire cream tea set consists of:
- two sandwiches (cucumber and salmon for us) which were decent
- cake
- a pot of tea (I ordered Ceylon tea and it was from Dilmah).

At 11.50++ per set, this is the cheapest afternoon tea set I’ve had in Singapore and it’s delicious.


Simple Devonshire Cream Tea set (S$11.50++) at a classic old-school restaurant at Holland Village. Nothing fancy but good, honest and yummy scones. Great value for money. Available daily 3pm - 6pm, each set comes with coffee or tea.


At only S$11.50 before taxes, it includes 2 amazing scones served with butter, homemade cream and strawberry preserve, finger sandwiches, a slice of cake and coffee/pot of tea.
In the many times I've visited, their scones remain consistently good; warm, crunchy outside and fluffy inside. I also like that the scones are not flavored or added with ingredients like chocolate, blueberries or raisins. To me, scones are best to be plain so that they can be properly enjoyed with dollops of homemade cream and strawberry preserve.
And in my recent visit, I was happy to note that Fosters has finally replaced the fruit cake (not my kind of cake) to light cheese cake (totally my kind of cake)! No promises that the fruit cake will not make a return but let's enjoy the cheese cake while it lasts! They have also changed the ham sandwich to tomato ones, making this a vegetarian-friendly afternoon tea set.
277 Holland Avenue, S278994
Daily 11am to 11pm(Tea set: Daily 3 to 5pm)
No wifi but #pokestops available.

The tea set is so worth-it! $11.50 for 2 crumbly, buttery scones, with servings of fresh clotted cream, butter and strawberry jam-I think the strawberry jam is homemade for it tastes so good! My friend and I took quite abit of clotted cream and jam hee😂 We felt the butter tasted weird though; had hints of durian(?) HAHA weird right. The finger sandwiches were petite and just the right size-one was cucumber, the other was cheese. They used a combination of wholemeal and white bread. The cake was so-so; but it goes well with the jam and cream!