1 Lorong Mambong
Singapore 277700

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Reviews at Holland Village Market & Food Centre

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You get your usual lap cheong (Chinese sausage), chicken, and rice that’s been cooked on the fire, thus leaving crispy and slightly charred bits at the bottom. Chicken was tender and well-marinated. Would be better if the rice was cooked a teeny bit longer and more lap cheong is always a hit with me. This shop sells double-boiled soups as well, so if claypot rice is not your thing, soups are fine too!

Silky Dou Hua

This is a small corner shop within Holland Village Hawker that sells beancurd and soya bean / Chin Chow Drinks.

My Favourite would be the very light and silky beancurd and their warm soya bean drink with their distinctive Pandan infused syrup .

Drop by for a no frills breakfast :)

Flavored with black sauce, scallion oil, chilli and tons of ingredients, this cheap and good bowl only costs $3.50. I like to break the poached egg to give it an extra level of silkiness.

From Chang Sheng Western Food, another western foods stall here at the hawker centre for $4.

At only $3.50, enjoy a bowl of springy noodles with generous toppings of minced meat, lean pork slices, juicy meatballs, all in a broth with hints of vinegar and soy sauce. I felt that the vinegar used was slightly different from the one at Upper Thomson, but nevertheless, a cheap and good meal!

This looked like Pontian wonton mee but the chili tasted different. Slightly sweeter. The soup was good. Quite a lot of liao inside. I enjoyed it.

Fans of the Thomson Ming Fa BCM (including me) might be happy to know that they have a stall here too!
The noodles were well coated with an assortment of sauces, and came with a bowl of soup that had a generous serving of fishballs, fishcakes and a fish wanton.

Tasted this claypot rice for $5! Indeed fragrant and tasty! Sweet and savoury! Chicken bits are tender and fat! Whats more! Quick, fast and affordable! Love this! Simple review reflects how i describe good, fast and simple good food! Will come again! Do try out too!

So you tapow the juicy, sticky, a lil fatty, a lil charred and super delicious Pork Belly Char Siu to snack.

Super springy noodles are coated with black sauce and chili before getting topped with a generous amount of fresh vegetables and minced pork. I personally like breaking the poached egg and mixing it into the noodles as not only does the yolk adds another element of richness but it also binds everything together. Crunchy anchovies are liberally sprinkled over the bowl giving it another dimension of texture and flavor.

The soup also deserves a mention. Fish and pork bones are lovingly boiled for hours giving the soup its signature robustness. It’s also one of the few places that I dont feel the msg-laden aftereffects.

This stall at Holland Village is unique in sense as the owner adds evaporated milk to the broth. According to the affable uncle, this adds an element of richness and also tempers out the spiciness of the soup.

The soup is super flavorful and ingredients generous. The noodles are also springy and cooked just right.

Fish Soup

The noodles were slurpy and rather filling, that tasted quite average. It comes with minced meat, mani cai and sprinkled with ikan bilis and fried shallots for a hearty meal.

The craving for Tom Yum Ban Mian at the hawker center at Holland Village always lingers on the back of my mind because it is always consistently good.

Opened from Tuesday to Sunday and costing only $3.50, you get a substantial amount of hand made noodles and a generous amount of minced pork and vegetables. The pork is not dry but tender and doesn't disintegrate into tiny pieces. They mellow out the fiery tomyam by wisely adding evaporated milk which adds some sweetness and richness. Not a very common practice but surprisingly it goes well!!

Taste (7/10)
Ambience (6/10)
Overall (7/10)

The charsiu might not have greatest marbling but their chilli and black sauce make up for it. Strong flavors coat each strand of firm chewy noodle and the wantons are soft with generous filling. However, the best part of this it that it only costs $2.50. #cheapandgood I can't remember the name of the stall, but it's the one that also sells chicken rice at the corner.

Like your regular plate of hokkien mee but with lesser pork/lard lingering fatty taste & with more prawn/shrimp taste! @$3.00 nett only!! Add $0.20 for take away containers, standard right?!

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