As always, a terrific lunch was had! I loved the chicken rice and my husband had the dumplings! Great fun. They have even added toilets! Great place!
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A must must to eat at Maxwell Hawker Centre.Be forewarned that they do run out fast , so be EARLY.By 1plus, at times, the super soft tapioca cakes would have been snapped up already.It happened twice to me. Highly recommend this lovely delicious cake .
I went here for dinner with my family. It has heaps of hawker stalls and great beers can be bought at the beer stand near the road. This is not a posh food eatery but a loud place full of chinese families going about their...More
We ate here as we'd heard about the tian tisn chicken & rice stand here. As reviewed separately it was fabulous. But once here we felt obliged to try a few of the other stalls. No 71 had a great duck & rice dish with...More
The best way to determine if an eatery is good is to see if locals eat there, and you'll find lots of locals here. Considered to be more authentic than La Pau Sat which is though to be a tourist trap, Maxwell Market offers a...More
Do not expect posh eatery, here is the simple food stalls serving dishes from recipes liked by locals.Shelter but hot and sticky it is.Authentic local food at reasonable prices.
Maxwell Road Food Centre has one of the best collection of yummy street food in Singapore. I have tried the Tien Tien Chicken Rice, Teow Chew style pork porridge, deep fried dough fritters, fish broth noodle, etc. Its just a shory walk from Chinatown MRT...More
The food and the beer is cheap and good. Tian Tian chicken rice is very famous, and worth the queue, but if you don't feel like queuing all the chicken rice stalls are good - and they all have blue signs, so if you do...More
What a lovely little "food court" with the locals. Chicken rice dish was yum but the egg tarts were amazing. Crazy cheap. Oh and try the fresh coconut drink yummmm
I visited maxwell hawker centre almost every fornight and the stalls which stood out as one of Singapore best or the best indeed are many. I just highlight a few here, the first is the tian tian lye chicken rice stall which ranks amount the...More