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Thursday, January 04, 2007

Holland Village Market and Food Centre

Holland Village is famous for its many restaurants, but the locals who live here do not eat at the restaurants daily. They buy their food both fresh produce and cook food at this centre.

This is the Holland Village Market and Food Centre.



This is the rebuilt centre. It was an old dilapidated hut like structure before. But some of the food stalls is still around after the big renovation.

6 comments:

Annie said...

I have learned that I can make what I like for a fraction of the cost of the restaurant fare - and I know what ingredients are used. I know there are people who are too busy to cook for themselves or who feel they are too busy so these restaurants are wonderful for them.

tigerfish said...

I don't even know this place. Oh-no!

Olivier said...

j'aime beaucoup le petit moulin à vent. architecture assez speciale.

I like much the small windmill. structure rather special.

isabella said...

Do they sell dutch food? How popular is that in Singapore?

Keropok Man said...

annie, you should share your recipes with us! or post them to meg (nelson's DP), she has a recipe blog too!

tigerfish, it's one of the most imposing structure in HV!

olivier, the windmill is the icon of this place. the small one does no turn, but the big one does :)

isabella, hmmm i don't remember seeing any dutch food, maybe the next time i am there i will hunt for it!

simcooks said...

Wah! Since when did this Food Center open??? Did this Market and Food Centre replace the old wet market?