Hmmm, in the day time, Holland Village is very peaceful and quiet. Shops like furniture shops, surgery centres, dentist, chinese medical halls open during the day time.
But at night, the place is where it becomes a busy, noisy and at the end of the street, it reeks of alcohol! The restaurants and drinking holes turn alive, they are all mostly closed during the day (just like in this picture, taken at arond noon time).
In this picture, you can see a Lebanese & Middle Eastern Restaurant, Punjab-Northern Indian Tandoori Resturant, and Harry's Bar - a popular drinking hole.
Any of the above your fav?
I could fancy rolling out of Harry's Bar to consume a curry in the Indian restaurant - very much like home!
My fav would be the Lebanese -- but I'd definitely want to try the other two too. :)
Brings back sweet memory of street side eatery...
Singapore has too many kinds of food. I am confused what to choose. Sometimes, I should think for a while before starting my lunch in Kopitiam
What's at the Antipodean???
I love Middle Eastern food as well as good Indian food. Why not have both!!
Curly, you love Indian food? :-)
Lessie, I have not tried Lebanese, I should try it one of these days.
Koeiru, how long have you been away?
Septian, go to the same shop everyday until you finish all the stalls!
Sally, I have no idea. Maybe it's a furniture shop?
Ming, yes, one for lunch and the other for dinner!
What is it with Harry's Bar? I think practically every town I've lived in had a Harry's Bar!
the choices remind me of home..food heaven! I live to eat :)
Hi Sally! Antipodean stocks up-and-coming clothing labels from Australia, as well as unique and hand-made jewellery by local designers. Hope that answers your query :) You can also check out www.antipodeanshop.com.
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