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One Holland Village Guide: 20 Best Eateries For NY-Famous Ice Cream, Wood-Fired Steak And More

5th December 2023

One Holland Village food guide

After several years of construction, One Holland Village, the latest crowning jewel of Holland Village, is finally open. With what’s said to be 500 parking lots, the mixed development with both residential and commercial properties will now have more than enough space for everyone, solving the parking woes that used to plague the area. If you’re headed there anytime soon, we’ve sussed out what’s what, AKA the best eateries at One Holland Village‚ÄĒsome of these are only due to open in the next few months, but you can look forward to them in the meantime!

1. Sourbombe Bakery

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Wildly successful Sourbombe Bakery is set to open yet another outlet, after their Penang Road flagship, Jewel Changi Airport store, and another upcoming one at Wisma Atria. Founded by MasterChef Singapore 2018 runner-up Genevieve Lee, their famous sourdough doughnuts are inspired by Italian bomboloni, with innovative and locally inspired twists. Priced at $16 for a box of three, and $32 for a box of six, you can expect classic flavours including Golden Chocolate Hazelnut, filled with dark chocolate and freshly roasted hazelnut, Basque Burnt Cheesecake, reminiscent of the actual cake and fragranced with blue cheese, and more. Other than these bomboloni, which also come in mini-sized versions, Sourbombe Bakery has pastries too!

Unit number: #01-27
Opening hours: TBD
Tel: TBD
Sourbome Bakery is not halal-certified, but uses no pork or lard

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One of the most famous Hakata-style tonkotsu ramen chains around,¬†IPPUDO is known for their¬†Shiromaru Motoaji Special ($23.90++) ramen, AKA their OG creamy pork-based ramen soup. Choose the level of doneness for your noodles, ranging from soft to very hard; if you like something more heavily flavoured, go for Akamaru Shinaji (from $16.90++), which is zhnged up with a house blend of miso paste and garlic oil. Then, there’s¬†Karara Men (from $17.90++), where the same tonkotsu broth is topped with house-made, spicy miso paste and Sichuan peppers. IPPUDO is easily recognisable for their red, white, and black bowls‚ÄĒthe¬†Spicy Black¬†(from $20++) is a Singapore special, jazzed up with minced meat curry and a spicy miso paste. This comes with thick noodles, rather than the usual thin Hakata ones.

Unit number: #02-27
Opening hours: TBD
Tel: TBD
IPPUDO is not a halal-certified eatery

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3. Fireplace by Bedrock

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Bedrock Grill & Bar at Somerset is a familiar name to many for their wood-grilled steaks, so it’s great news that they’re set to launch a new concept at One Holland Village:¬†Fireplace by Bedrock. Said to have a more relaxed vibe, Fireplace by Bedrock shares a similar philosophy of offering meats, seafood and more cooked over an open, wood-fired grill. Start with¬†Bone Marrow Toast ($28++), and go for¬†Dirty Duck ($48++), which sees an Irish duck rubbed with spices and sous vide, then finished on the grill. Their¬†Lamb Ribs ($48++) feature a house rub of paprika, pepper, and chilli, but if you’re here in a larger group, consider a Wagyu Tomahawk Steak (market price)¬†or¬†Half Suckling Pig ($240++).

Unit number: #03-27/28
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 11:30am to 3pm, 6pm to 10pm, Fri-Sat 11:30am to 3pm, 6pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 9337 7491
Fireplace by Bedrock is not a halal-certified eatery

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4. Ginkyo by Kinki

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For Japanese fare with a cosmopolitan twist, head to¬†Ginkyo by Kinki, sister restaurant to Kinki Restaurant + Bar at Customs House. You’ll find Kinki’s specialty Rock & Roll maki selection here, alongside Ginkyo-exclusive rice crispies: Uni, Caviar, Ikura ($22++),¬†Tuna Belly & Avocado ($14++) and more. Other small bites here include¬†Amela Tomato Miso Toast ($16++), starring a house-made Cajun miso and sakura mascarpone tofu, and Kimchi Onigiri Arancini ($14++). On the mains front, you can look forward to Okonomi-Rosti ($28++), which marries the traditional okonomiyaki pancake with rosti,¬†and¬†Curry Miso Lamb ($42++), among others. Their cocktail menu is created with Japanese spirits and flavours, to complement the food!

Unit number: #03-01
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 11:30am to 2:30pm, 5pm to 10pm, Fri-Sat 11:30am to 2:30pm, 5pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 9337 7451
Ginkyo by Kinki is not a halal-certified eatery

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5. Baskin-Robbins

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Baskin-Robbins, AKA “America’s favourite neighbourhood ice cream shop” has been around since 1945, and has more than 9,000 stores globally. This latest, at One Holland Village, is set to be a grab-and-go concept that will stock their iconic range of 31 ice cream flavours, including¬†Cotton Candy,¬†Rainbow Sherbet¬†and more. Besides the ice creams, you can rest assured that their¬†Mix N’ Shakes Milkshakes will also be available here.

Unit number: #01-26
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 9:30pm
Tel: TBD
Baskin-Robbins is a halal-certified eatery

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6. Lady M & Van Leeuwen

van leeuwen ice cream - chocolate fudge brownie, brown sugar cookie dough chunk

Not one, but two beloved dessert franchises,¬†Van Leeuwen¬†and¬†Lady M, are set to hit the new Holland Village mall in the near future. The first, Van Leeuwen, only opened in Singapore this past August with great aplomb‚ÄĒthe New York-famous brand makes their ice cream the French way, with double the amount of egg yolks so it’s extra creamy, and no artificial stabiliser, thickeners, or emulsifiers. On our previous visit, we loved their Earl Grey and¬†Sicilian Pistachio flavours, but honestly, it was hard to pick favourites. A single scoop is priced at $6.50+, two at $10.40+, and three at $14+, which you can have in a cone or cup.

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lady m chocolate crepe cake
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Then, there’s Lady M next door, coming in strong with their perenially loved mille crepe cakes‚ÄĒeach cake has no fewer than 20 handmade crepes alternating with pastry cream, then caramelised on top. The Signature Mille Crepes cake starts from $82 for a whole cake, while the¬†Pistachio Mille Crepes¬†cake goes for $132, and Chocolate Mille Crepes is priced at $122 for a whole nine-inch whopper. Whichever you pick, they’re also sold in slices in-store!

Unit number: #01-29/30
Opening hours: TBD
Tel: TBD
Van Leeuwen and Lady M are not a halal-certified eateries

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7. Yatsudoki

yatsudoki - apple pie
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Chateraise’s more premium sister brand, Yatsudoki, is yet another dessert option to consider when you’re at One Holland Village. Previously only found in Japan and Dubai, this is their third opening in Singapore, after their initial Guoco Tower store, and another at Millennia Walk. What sets Yatsudoki apart from Chateraise are Yatsudoki-exclusive items, which are meant to be more atas than what you’d find at Chateraise. Think YATSUDOKI Premium Pudding ($4.80), YATSUGATAKE Milk Souffle Cheese Cake ($5.50), and¬†Fresh Milk Egg and Honey Cake Cup ($5), made with milk from grass-fed cows in Nagano. One of the most popular items here is the¬†Fuji Premium Japanese Apple Pie ($6.50), where buttery pastry encases stewed Fuji apples. P.S.: try their Fermented Butter Soft Serve with Financier ($7.50)!

Unit number: #01-29/30
Opening hours: TBD
Yatsudoki is not a halal-certified eatery

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8. Surrey Hills Grocer

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They may have closed their Jurong East outlet, but Surrey Hills Grocer is making it up to Westies with an upcoming one in none other than Holland Village! It’s not clear when they’re opening, or if they’re going to bring the Pancake Parlour collaboration to this new store too‚ÄĒstay tuned and we’ll update this with more information when we have it. Otherwise, keep an eye on their Instagram page for more updates! What we love about Surrey Hills Grocer is how the menu at every outlet is differentiated; we can’t wait to see what they’ve got in store! We expect there’ll be a new take on Surrey Hills’ addictive tater tots and udon, to say the least.

Unit number: #03-29/30/31/32/33
Opening hours: TBD
Tel: TBD
Surrey Hills Grocer is not a halal-certified eatery

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9. Din Tai Fung

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There’s no need for further introduction when it comes to¬†Din Tai Fung, the famous Taiwanese brand that’s synonymous with xiao long bao and the egg fried rice that’s spawned so many hawker copycats. This latest outlet is said to be designed to resemble nostalgic Taiwanese alleyways and streets, with wooden and brick furnishings, and traditional red lanterns. If on the off chance you haven’t dined at Din Tai Fung before, you can’t miss their¬†Steamed Pork Xiao Long Bao, as well as¬†Oriental Wantons with Black Vinegar & Chilli Oil. Pair these with¬†Special Braise Beef Noodle Soup with Beef, or the ever-popular Fried Rice with Pork Chop, which to many is as much a must-order as their xiao long bao.

Unit number: #01-01/02
Opening hours: TBD
Tel: TBD
Din Tai Fung is not a halal-certified eatery

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10. Kai Yakiniku

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Image credit: Jordon Koh

If you’re looking for yakiniku, or Japanese-style grilled meats, head to¬†Kai Yakiniku on the second floor of One Holland Village, where prices are wallet-friendly too! The¬†Yakiniku Kai Gozen set starts from $19.90++, while the¬†Yakiniku Kai Gozen Special¬†will cost you just $26.90++, inclusive of rice, soup, a side dish, and dipping sauces. Should you be on a budget, some of their even more affordable sets start from $8.90++! The menu also has Japanese-style stone bowls, noodles, and curry rice. Otherwise, indulge in some¬†A5 Hida Beef at¬†$46.80++ a la carte, which gets you 80g of the premium beef. For a limited time only, enjoy 30% off this!

Unit number: #02-46
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6531 0320
Kai Yakiniku is not a halal-certified eatery

11. Maze Soba Hototogisu

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Image credit: @foodtimesroll

Nagoya specialty mazesoba, which is a dry-style ramen, is the name of the game at Maze Soba Hototogisu‚ÄĒa store under the larger Hototogisu group. ICYMI, Sobahouse Konjiki Hototogisu in Tokyo, Japan, is one of the very few Michelin-starred ramen spots around! The recipes behind the mazesoba here are similarly created by Chef Yamamoto. Choose from white, black, or a spicy red sauce to go with your noodles, and then decide on your preferred spice level, of which there are three. The recommended dishes are Aburi Chicken Maze Soba ($11.90++), Pork Saki Maze Soba ($15.90++), and¬†Cha Shu Mentai Maze Soba ($13.90++), fancied up with some spicy cod roe. For those who prefer rice, they have maze-don options too, replacing the chewy, thick noodles with pearl rice.

Unit number: #02-45
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: TBD
Maze Soba Hototogisu is not a halal-certified eatery

12. Hippot

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Besides BBQ, you’ll find hotpot at this mall too. Hippot, who are known for their Bugis location, serves wallet-friendly buffet hotpot, BBQ, and milk tea till late at night. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like this Holland Village branch is going to have the same late-night dining hours, but you should be able to find the same menu here. Hotpot aficionados, they’ve got 10 different soups: Sichuan Spicy Soup, which you can have with or without butter, Matsutake Chicken Soup,¬†Tom Yam Soup,¬†Three Delicacy Soup,¬†Fish Maw Soup and more! The Classic Package is priced at $24.90++ on Mondays to Thursdays, and $27.90++ from Fridays to Sundays. Alternatively, their¬†Value Package starts from $36.90++. If you go for these buffet packages, the dining time is limited to 90 minutes.

Unit number: #02-34/36
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: TBD
Hippot is not a halal-certified eatery

13. Mr Coconut

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Mr Coconut recently opened Three Little Coconut, their first-ever cafe, but for your everyday coconut shake, this newest outpost will satisfy your cravings. The coconut-focused drinks and dessert chain is known for its refreshing offerings, starting with the classic Coconut Shake¬†(from $4.40). Fans love the¬†Coconut Oreo Shake¬†(from $4.80), while their Bubble Taro Coconut¬†(from $4.90) is a popular one too. If you love the Chatuchak coconut ice cream, consider Mr Coconut’s¬†Coconut Ice Cream (Husk) ($4.90): it’s good for two, and comes in an actual coconut husk!

Unit number: #01-38
Opening hours: TBD
Mr Coconut is not a halal-certified eatery, but does not use pork or lard

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14. Paradise Classic and LeNu

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Image credit: Andy Soon

You’ll find a Paradise Group restaurant in almost every mall, and One Holland Village is no exception, with not one but two concepts under one roof:¬†Paradise Classic and¬†LeNu. The former serves zi char-style fare, headlined by three prawn broth-based dishes. Their¬†Braised Big Prawn Hor Fun with Prawn Broth¬†(from $12.90++),¬†Stewed Big Prawn Bee Hoon with Prawn Broth¬†(from $12.90++), and Prawn-infused Ebiko Prawn Fried Rice¬†(from $12.90++) have all been cooked with a house-made prawn stock that’s boiled for more than six hours! Fans also love their¬†Crisp-fried Salted Egg Yolk Fish Skin ($12.90++) and¬†Grandma’s Scrambled Egg with Tomato ($8.90++).

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Casual Chinese noodle bar LeNu specialises in beef broth noodles, starring a soup that undergoes an 18-hour boiling process using beef marrow, bones, and other ingredients. Their pork bone broth is no less laborious to make, simmered for more than 12 hours so it’s thick and rich. You get to pick from three kinds of noodles: Rice Noodles, AKA hor fun,¬†Thick Vermicelli, or¬†La Mian. Spoil yourself with¬†Braised Wagyu Beef Noodle ($18.30++), which you can choose to go with¬†Authentic Braised Beef Broth,¬†Pickled Vegetable Braised Beef Broth, or Spicy Braised Beef Broth. Once a seasonal option,¬†Nagano Pork Belly with Tomato Broth Noodle ($16.90++) is now a mainstay item on the menu. Those who prefer dry noodles should pick¬†Chef Wai’s Dry Noodle with Anchovite ($9.30++), tossed with chef’s house-made sauce.

Unit number: #01-31/32/33/34
Opening hours: TBD
Tel: TBD
Paradise Classic and LeNu are not halal-certified eateries

15. Xiang Xiang Hunan Cuisine

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Hunan cuisine has been gaining popularity in recent times, with openings such as Nong Geng Ji making waves in town. At One Holland Village, you’ll find¬†Xiang Xiang Hunan Cuisine, which was founded right here in Singapore back in 2013. Xiang Xiang’s signature dish is¬†Hunan Style Stir-Fried Pork ($22.90++), which is fried with Spanish Iberico pork! The restaurant, which is under the same group as hotpot chain Haidilao, claims to sell 200,000 portions of it each year. It’s best enjoyed with a bowl of rice ($1.60++), as is¬†Beef with Special Chilli (from $18.90++), another of their bestselling dishes. Fans love the¬†Spicy Bullfrog Pot¬†(from $36.90++), with reviews praising the tender bullfrog meat in the fragrant, spicy broth.

Unit number: #02-19/20
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: TBD
Xiang Xiang Hunan Cuisine is not a halal-certified eatery

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16. Ishiro Fusion Bowl

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When we first reviewed Ishiro Fusion Bowl, they were a hawker stall in Nanyang Polytechnic specialising in Japanese-style donburi. Today, they can be found in 10 locations across Singapore, with the latest located on the first floor of One Holland Village. They’ve not departed from their donburi concept, with the most basic option being Ishiro Chashu Bowl ($8.50), served with a bowl of pork broth miso soup. There’s¬†Sukiya Beef Bowl ($10.90), which is their take on the Japanese chain’s beef don, as well as Chicken Katsu Curry Bowl ($8.90). If you’re feeling hungry, get one of their Double Up rice bowls, which are topped with two proteins‚ÄĒUnagi + Chashu Bowl Set ($17.90) is one of these. Otherwise, the Grilled Chicken + Mentaiko Salmon Bowl Set ($15.80) is a worthy option too.

Unit number: #01-17
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Ishiro Fusion Bowl is not a halal-certified eatery

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17. Lau Wang Claypot Legacy

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Local brand Lao Wang Claypot Delights started in 2012 as a single hawker stall, and has grown to five locations in Serangoon, Punggol, Tampines, Paya Lebar, Bugis, and now, Holland Village. Most of their food is cooked in small claypots to order, the most popular of which are Sesame Chicken (from $6.30) and¬†Sambal Seafood¬†($11.50). There’s a¬†Super Mala Chicken ($7.80) claypot too, which is marked with two chillies on the menu, AKA pretty spicy. Regulars love their¬†Frog Leg Herbal Soup¬†(from $9.50), and their¬†Homemade Ngoh Hiang ($6) is said to be pretty solid too.

Unit number: #02-31
Opening hours: TBD
Tel: TBD
Lau Wang Claypot Legacy is not a halal-certified eatery

18. Sushi Tei


It seems like Japanese dining options abound at One Holland Village, with Sushi Tei reopening in the neighbourhood. For some context, the very first Sushi Tei was started in Holland Village back in 1994, before they spent some time in the Raffles Medical Holland Village building too. Long-time Sushi Tei fans will recall their Pitan Tofu ($6.80++) and specialty rolls such as Aburi Salmon Roll ($15.80++), Phoenix Roll ($22.80++), or even Dragon Roll ($17.80++), with a deep-fried king prawn and avocado slices to top. With tempura, sushi, sashimi, nabemono, noodles, and rice bowls, Sushi Tei has a truly comprehensive menu to cater to all palates.

Unit number: #03-19/20
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: TBD
Sushi Tei is not a halal-certified eatery

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19. Tsujiri Premium

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Matcha specialist Tsujiri is unveiling¬†Tsujiri Premium at One Holland Village, though details are scant on how this premium store will differ from the regular Tsujiri outlets you’ll find elsewhere. While we await more news on the opening, a popular drink option here that isn’t your regular matcha or hojicha latte is Black Sesame Matcha Latte ($9), layered with rich BSSM. If affogato is your style, check out their¬†Hojicha Float ($8.85), for ice-blended hojicha topped with your choice of matcha or hojicha soft serve. Another ice cream option is Tsujiri Sundae ($9.80), which gets you ice cream plus azuki, dango and more.

Unit number: #02-25
Opening hours: TBD
Tel: TBD
Tsujiri Premium is not a halal-certified eatery

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20. Caffe Beviamo

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Long-time Tanglin Mall tenant¬†Caffe Beviamo is setting up shop here too, slated to open in the first quarter of 2024. They’re nothing fancy or newfangled like many of the contemporary cafes, but serve well-done, hearty fare including salads, sandwiches, pasta, pizza, and desserts, made where possible with organic and preservative-free food. FYI, their Google rating stands at 4.3, after more than 20 years in the business! On the sandwich front, go for Beef ($18++), where freshly baked ciabatta is stuffed with roast tenderloin fillet, cheese, avocado, tomato relish, and lettuce. Pick linguine, orecchiette, or gluten-free penne (+$1++)¬†as your pasta of choice with¬†Bolognese ($16++),¬†Sausage ($16++)¬†or even¬†Pesto ($14++). Their¬†Sticky Date Pudding ($8++), baked fresh daily, is a rich date cake sandwiching vanilla ice cream, and drizzled with caramel.

Unit number: #01-29/30
Opening hours: TBD
Tel: TBD
Caffe Beviamo is not a halal-certified eatery

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Where to eat at One Holland Village

Run, don’t walk to One Holland Village, especially if you’re a Westie. With so many eateries, and more to come, Holland Village has just become way more exciting. Otherwise, check out the new Holland Village Food Centre, which was recently renovated too, or a greater Holland Village food guide!

Address: 7 Holland Village Way, One Holland Village, Singapore 275748

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Feature image adapted from @fireplacesg, @ginkyosg, Andy Soon, @foodlesstravelled

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