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Our first experience of a hawker centre and we were not disappointed!
The food was fantastic and so so cheap
Was great to see the vendor traditionally serving it to you
We had hainanese chicken rice and it was soo tasty! The stall next door...More
This was a place I really wanted to get to during my short time in Singapore and it didn't disappoint. The choice is overwhelming so we tried a couple of stalls. First the famous hainese chicken rice. I split a SGD5 dollar portion with my...More
i recommend you watch anthony bourdain and mike chen's strickly dumpling before you visit this place just to give you an idea what and where to eat here.
the tien tien haianese chicken rice made famous by anthony bourdain taste like our tinola but i...More
It was my first experience having lunch at a Hawker center, and this one was just across the street from Chinatown. We came here for the very famous Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice Stand. You can easily find this stand in the back of the...More
Good wanton noodles and rojak from these two stalls! The wanton noodle may look like a very small portion, but that's because I requested it. TBH, the rojak was very small plate for $3, +$1 of You Tiao. The amount of ingredients were not worth...More
This like a densely packed food court of authentic foods, snacks and desserts. Everyone in our group tried something different. I had the traditional curry laksa, husband and friends tried some stir fry's, all from different vendors. We also tried some snacks and juice smoothies...More
Maxwell Food Centre has heaps of food stalls under one roof, with its speciality being Hainese Chicken Rice (these stalls are easy to spot as they'll be the ones with long queues). There are three four lanes of food stalls and it is always very...More
Regardless of budget, you'll get fed very well here. Australians/Westerners may find the experience a bit confronting, but the food court is very clean and well maintained. You may just have to share a table with other people as it can get busy. Some stalls...More