Maxwell Food Centre is one of those rare hawker centers in Singapore that is highly popular with tourists and at the same time, is held in high esteem by locals for its authentic and traditional hawker dishes. The main reason for this is that Maxwell Food Centre is the current home of a myriad of...…
A trip to Maxwell to da bao brought us to some of our favorites and some new experiences too. China Street Fritters and their Ngoh Hiang, Liver Rolls, Egg Slice and Sausage with Bee Hoon.
Nice. The rendang was nutty and lemak
Traditional or newfangled, there’s something in Maxwell Food Centre to tickle your food fancy. With its sprawling aisles and numerous stalls, there’s something for any kind of diet.
Always a good time here.
I enjoyed the Fish & Chips at Lad & Dad.
I'll be back.
Maxwell Food Centre is packed with customers during lunch hours.
Whenever I bring tourists on a food tour, one of the stalls I would visit is Maxwell Fuzhou Oyster Cake.
Maxwell Food Centre is one of those food centres that both tourists and Singapore locals go to. I say this because some food spots get overly touristy and commercialized, but Maxwell is a convenient go-to for affordable credible Singapore food throughout the day till supper.
The noodles, known for their springy and chewy nature, absorb the flavorful broth, making each mouthful a burst of delightful taste.
Maxwell Food Centre’s Tian Tian Chicken Rice is a Bib Gourmand award recipient serving good Hainanese chicken rice, starting at $5 a plate.
Definitely eating this again.
The appam was freshly made and was nicely fragrant, with a slight sour tanginess from the fermented rice, spongy centre and slightly burnt paper thin crispy edges. This was a nice good light snack.
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After having the bowl of pig’s organ soup here, I found myself wanting to go back for another bowl so if you are one of those who are afraid to try pig’s organ soup because the thought of eating pig innards scares you, I encourage you to head down to The Pig Organ Soup at Maxwell Food Centre and try a bowl. Perhaps it could be a dish you can find comfort in when you’re missing home!
Mr Appam is undoubtedly a fantastic and welcome addition to Maxwell Food Centre. Every appam is made to order and there are so many flavours to explore!
They have quite a number of fish slices in the soup. As with other fish soups, Batang fish was used here.