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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!
I can definitely see why Nian Nian You Yu is so popular among the folks who patronise Maxwell Food Centre. If you’re ever craving a comforting steamed fish dish without the hassle of having to divide and conquer an entire fish, this is 100% the place to visit!
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!
I wish that this type of stall were more commonplace. These guys (1 Kadayanallur Street #01-78) serve single portions of steamed fish at a bargain price of just S$6 (US$4.30) inclusive of rice and soup.
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...…
Spice and some chilli fragrance, but the ayam panggang was a bit small and tough, and unmemorable, similar to those from the food courts.