Hoshino Coffee (Raffles Holland V)

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Hoshino Coffee originally from Japan, is a Japanese-Western fusion style of cafe- restaurant. We specialize in hand-dripped coffee with only premium Arabica roasted coffee beans selected by our own coffee blend specialist. In Japan, there are currently 200 outlets. Singapore is the first country outside of Japan where Hoshino Coffee has established an overseas presence.

118 Holland Avenue
#02-02 Raffles Holland V
Singapore 278997

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Double pancake avail too

It's very slightly crispy, but they didn't explicitly call it souffle pancake I think, because it's not. It's slightly dense. The strawberry cream is lacking in taste and the condensed milk sauce was weird. The berry sauce was very sour. Ice cream made everything better

Overall it's surprisingly serviceable


Met a friend here for lunch. Main meal was generally tasty and good that it's not too salty. Ordered a pot of Hoshino blend tea, and when it was served, tea was already bitter and tannic.

Service was average. We rang the bell so many times, staff were walking around but not responding. Chair had remnants of bacon on the arm which was quite unpleasant.

I know they’re are known for their drip coffees and tbh I was rly tempted but I was craving for a cold drink so I went with one of their only iced coffee options! Although the coffee was not v strong, I appreciate that it’s not sour (even without adding sugar and milk). They allow for the sugar and milk to be served on the side so you can customise the taste and flavour according to your liking.

This was another vegetarian-friendly and eggless recommendation from the staff :) I personally love thick soups so this potage was great (and really comforting when served warm). The edamame gives it a light greenish yellow colour which I know isn’t the most appealing but it tasted good. It also tasted almost like a potato-based soup.

Tried this cheesecake upon the staff’s recommendation! My friend and I asked her for dessert/snack food recommendations that are vegetarian and eggless and she suggested this.

It looks like a block of cream cheese but we both thought that the cheesecake was light enough to not be gelak. Not too sweet or sour either, I think the flavours are just nice. And you can tell that the cheese (I’m not sure which) is of good quality. If only they were more generous with the biscuit layer!

We ordered the pork cutlet curry rice and chicken karrage. My friend loved the meat - the chicken was from chicken breast and the pork was not fatty at all! The curry taste was good. Don't really like this beer.
Each dish is about ~18. Price does not include gst and service tax.