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Best Eats at Maxwell Food Centre

Top 10 Best Eats at Maxwell Food Centre, Singapore

Since its establishment in 1967, Maxwell Food Centre has been providing Singaporeans with quality and affordable food. The food centre originally started in 1929 as a wet market built on top of Chinese burial grounds. It lasted through the Japanese Occupation and housed a community kitchen that fed the poor and displaced after the war. With a wide variety of food options, the centre has something for everyone. From quick and convenient meals to fresh and healthy snacks, Maxwell Food Centre has it all. The centre offers a wide variety of food options, both Chinese and Western. The centre also has a wide selection of drinks and desserts to satisfy any craving. Whether you’re looking for a quick bite or an all-day meal, Maxwell Food Centre is the perfect place to go.. Here are the top 10 best eats in Maxwell Food Centre.

Best Eats at Maxwell Food Centre

#1 – Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice

Introduction:

The charm of a plate of Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice lies in its winning combination of piping hot rice and cool poached chicken eaten with spicy chili.

The chicken is so tender that even the breast part taste like the drum stick the brown sauce was so good when you have it with the rice and the egg is yummy too Even when the rice portion is so big, you will still be able to finish everything up since the food are sooo tasty.

Menu Items:

Hainanese Steam Chicken (Maxwell Food Centre Stall)

  • Whole/Half $24.00
  • Drumstick $3.50
  • Wing $1.60
  • Spare Parts $3.00
  • Chicken Rice (S) $3.50, (M) $5.00, (L) $7.70
  • Chicken Drumstick Rice $4.20
  • Rice $0.70
  • Vegetable with Oyster Sauce $4.00/$6.00
  • Beansprouts with Cuttlefish $4.00/$6.00
  • Beansprouts $2.00/4.00

Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice in Bedok has no menu available.

Location:

  • Maxwell Food Centre Stall 10 & 11 Singapore 069184 (Tue to Sun : 10am to 8pm)
  • 12 Jalan Pari Burong (Simpang Bedok) Singapore 488678 (Tue to Sun : 10am to 9pm)

Contact: 

  • Maxwell Food Centre Stall : +65 9691 4852
  • 12 Jalan Pari Burong (Simpang Bedok) : +65 6448 0120
  • Additional contact: +65 6448 0120

Website: https://www.facebook.com/Tian-Tian-Hainanese-Chicken-Rice-344208003809/?ref=page_internal


#2 – Jin Hua Sliced Fish Been Hoon

Introduction:

As popular with the CBD crowd as this long-standing stall is, it has been in the hawker centre for a long time now. The Cantonese-style fish soup that you get there is known for offering a great variety of rich flavours. This is different from the Teochew original, in which a cleaner flavour profile is prioritized. To create this broth rich in terms of taste, a number of ingredients are added to it such as hen bones, fish bones, ginger, yellow beans, shrimp paste, and so on. The menu offers either fish soup with sliced fish or fried fish, with the option of adding evaporated milk. You can pair the fish soup with thick bee hoon, porridge, or rice. The fried fish strips tasted excellent.

Menu Items:

  • Sliced Fish Porridge (Price $4.50/ $5.50/ $6.50)
  • Sliced Fish Soup (Price $4.50/ $5.50/ 6.50)
  • Sliced Fish Bee Hoon (Price $4.50/ $5.50/ $6.50)
  • Fish Meat Bee Hoon (Price $4.50/ $5.50/ $6.50)
  • Fish Meat Soup (Price $4.50/ $5.50/ $6.50)
  • Fish Head Bee Hoon (Price $8.00/ $10.00/ $12.00)

Location:

1 Kadayanallur Street
#01-77 Maxwell Food Centre
Singapore 069184

Contact: No contact

Website: https://www.burpple.com/q2nqs8fU

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#3 – Maxwell Fuzhou Oyster Cake

Introduction: Not many places or eateries in Singapore still serve Fuzhou oyster cake. However, with the small number of shops in Singapore offering this regional snack, Maxwell Fuzhou Oyster Cake may be the best place to get some in the event that you are craving for one. However, given the fact that Only Established in 1982, they are still operating strong and are worth checking out if you are in the area.

Menu Items:

  • Fuzhou Oyster Cake (Price $4.50 / x3 – $13.30)

Location:

Maxwell Food Center

1 Kadayanallur St, #01-05, Singapore 069184

Contact: +65 9344 1296

Website: https://www.facebook.com/maxwellfuzhouoystercake/

 


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#4 – Marina South Delicious Food

Introduction: Marina South Delicious Food provides Fried Oyster eggs, Banana leaf Fried Kway Teow, Fried Carrot cake and prawn fritters. Situated in the infamous Maxwell Food Centre, the stall has won several awards from the media and gotten numerous rave appraisals. Marina South Delicious food’s fried Oyster egg was very different from traditional fried oyster eggs, with the latter typically being fried to a nice crispy finish. The Fried Oyster Egg at Marina South Delicious Food takes the opposite direction, with chef purposely allowing the fried oyster egg to remain soft and not emphasizing on the crispness of the coating. The well fried fried oyster egg was delicious, we could enjoy the blend of the seasoning and nearby onions’ flavours with our eggs and flour, the oysters were fresh and sweet and the egg yolk was in balance. The side dishes were moist and delicious.

Menu Items:

  • Oyster Omellette ( Price $10.60 )
  • Black Carrot Cake ( Price $7.10 )
  • White Carrot Cake ( Price $7.10 )
  • Fried Kway Teow ( Price $7.10 )
  • Hokkien Mee ( Price $8.90)

Location:

Maxwell Food Center

1 Kadayanallur St, #01-05, Singapore 069184

Contact: +65 9889 8398

Website: https://www.burpple.com/marina-south-delicious-food

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#5 – Alimama

Introduction: Alimama continues to be a fruitful business despite the crowd dwindling over the years. It ought to be noted that the owner is originally from Indonesia, but she subsequently relocated to Singapore around forty years ago. Therefore, not only does Alimama know how to dish out delicious Javanese ayam panggang, she also understands how to adjust her cuisine to suit the tastes of her local patrons.. The aromatic Green Chili Chicken Rice at the Alimama stall is a must-try if you eat spicy food. Even at Sims Vista Food Center, people instantly compare its green chili chicken dish with the dish offered there, even though this restaurant offers the same item.

Menu Items:

  • Green Chili Chicken rice (Price $6)
  • Pork Ribs Noodle (Price $5)
  • Grilled Fish Rice (Price $8)
  • Grilled Chicken Rice (Price $6)

Location: 1 Kadayanallur St, #01-09 Maxwell Food Centre, Singapore 069184

Contact: +65 8484 3944

Website: https://www.burpple.com/alimama-green-chilli-chicken-rice-prawn-noodle

 



#6 – Fu Shun Shao La Mian Jia

Introduction: Fu Shun Shao La Mei Jia roast four years after its launch in 2008 by Mr Chan Grip Kwai. Numerous patrons flock to the stall even before it opens, a testament to Mr Chan s mastery of his charcoal oven! Offering three delicious kinds of roasts- roast duck, roast pork belly, and char siew, you re probably in for a treat! The Roasted Pork and Char Siew Rice dish choice is frequently used by fans of traditional Chinese cuisine, as you get the best of both worlds with its crispy skin and tender interior. The meat’s fat content is more moderate than the crispy pork skin’s edge. As for the char siew, it is well marinated and tender, with a pleasing amount of smokiness and char that makes every bite simply delightful. Be sure to add the pork to the chilli for an extra kick of spice! Pair it with the rice doused in the sweet sauce for a burst of flavours that simply divine! Rest assured that the time you’ll spend in any kind of lengthy line is worth it, especially if you love roasted meat!

Menu Items:

  • Wonton Noodle (Price $3 – $4)
  • Roast Duck Rice (Price $$3- $4)
  • Mixed Pork Rice (Price $$3- $4)
  • Roasted Pork Noodle (Price $$3- $4)

Location:

Maxwell Food Center

1 Kadayanallur St, #01-05, Singapore 069184

Contact: No Contact

Website: https://hawkerpedia.com.sg/en/article/Fu-Shun-Shao-La-Mian-Jia

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#7 – Old Nyonya

Introduction:

If you are in the vicinity of Maxwell Food Center, you can go to Stall 4, Old Nyonya Famous Since 1960. This Stall Serves Nyonya delicacies !!!!. For Breakfast, you can try their Mee Rebus, Mee Siam, Lontong, or Signature Laksa. Nonya Laksa does not have Hum or Cockers, but prawns are in their flavorful gravy. A couple runs Old Nyonya in Maxwell Food Centre in Singapore, selling Peranakan-influenced Malay dishes. Tony learned from his aunt who was an excellent chef, and he has provided wonderful dishes for decades. Old Nyonya offers chicken curry, chicken rendang, lontong, laksa, mee siam, bubur cha cha.

The chicken rendang sauce provides a mild spiciness and a satisfying tanginess to the taste-buds. After removing some chicken from the drumstick, be sure to mix it with some of the rendang sauce. Old Nyonya had a fantastic Laksa of delicious goodness. The laksa soup had the right amount of curry and coconut milk. The soup wasn’t too spicy, its spiciness just left the room with the aftertaste. Rather, the curry soup had a delicate contrasting spiciness, while the coconut milk satisfied a gently slurping.

Menu Items:

  • Rendang Chicken (Price $6)
  • Curry Chicken (Price $5)
  • Nyonya Laksa (Price $5)
  • Royal Laksa (Price $10)

Location:

Maxwell Food Center,

1 Kadayanallur St, #01-05, Singapore 069184

Contact: +65 8366 9311

Website: https://www.facebook.com/oldnyonya

 


#8 – China Street Hum Jin Pang

Introduction: Not only is Hum Jin Pang known for its super inexpensive deep-fried dough fritters, you can even pop them in the oven by yourself! Talk about do-it-yourself! This is one of the best homemade snacks you will have discovered. Not only is Hum Jin Pang known for its super inexpensive deep-fried dough fritters, you can even pop them in the oven by yourself! Talk about do-it-yourself! This is one of the best homemade snacks you will have discovered. In keeping up with the tradition of frying fritters when lines became long, Hum Jin Pang decided to encourage such kindness. Later, this nice tradition continued through generations and currently is still carried out by the daughter of its first originator, Li Shu Hui. Spicy and savory, Red Bean is the simplest mouthful and served alongside Five Spice Powder. Both different flavors are made using a special bread dough in four different plates, so they are crispy and not greasy. The bean centre is warm in the centre with a powdered sugar topping for that sweetness.

Menu Items:

  • Hum Jin Peng ( Price $1/6 pieces)

Location: 1 Kadayanallur St, #01-28, Singapore 069184

Contact: No Contact

Website: https://www.burpple.com/hum-jin-pang-maxwell

 


#9 – Chee Cheong Fun Club

Introduction:

Chee Cheong Fun Club is a stall there that’s relatively unheard of. The owner, Ah Hui, hails from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Despite living in Singapore for almost 10 years now, she has only been in business for about a year. Ah Hui explained that she dearly missed the Kuala Lumpur-style chee cheong fun from home. Thus, she decided to quit her job in the banking industry to open up a chee cheong fun speciality stall. Chee Cheong Fun Club offers two types of rice rolls: the flat kind and the bouncy type. Not only that, but these rice rolls are also all made by hand with the owner’s family recipe. On their menu was a traditional range of three chee cheong fun dishes. Each comes with a different sauce that’s unique to its origin of inspiration.

Menu Items:

  • Signature Dish – KL Famous Curry Chee Cheong Fun (Price $4.00)
  • Ingredients :
    • Boiled Crispy Bean Curd (Price $0.60)
    • Tau Kee Roll (Price $0.50) 
  • Hong Kong’s Memory Lane (Price $3.50)
  • Special Laksa Chee Cheong Fun (Price $4.00)
  • Ingredients:
    • Fish Ngo Hiang (Price $0.50)

Location:

Maxwell Food Center

1 Kadayanallur St, #01-38, Singapore 069184

Contact: No contact

Website: https://www.facebook.com/cheecheongfunclub


#10 – Heng Heng Ondeh Ondeh & Tapioca Cake

Introduction:

More than 50 years in the business, Heng Heng (Xing Xing) Ondeh Ondeh & Tapioca Cake is run by second-generation owner Ang Tiong Guan and his wife, Ng Gek Hoe and they specialise in Chinese-style Nonya and Malay kuehs (traditional Malay desserts) which are handmade at the stall and sold on the day that they are made.

The business was first started in the 1960s by Ang’s mother who operated the business along the streets near China Square, Chinatown.

It shifted to Maxwell Food Centre in 1986 and their kuehs are so popular that they are very often sold out before their closing time of 1.30pm. 

Menu Items:

  • Kueh Ubi Kayu (steamed tapioca cake) (Price $0.70)
  • Kueh Kosui (kueh lumpang) (Price $0.70)
  • Ondeh Ondeh (tapioca and glutinous rice flour balls filled with gula malaka) (Price $0.70)
  • Pulut Inti (glutinous rice with sweet coconut topping) (Price $2)
  • Lo Mai Chi (mochi filled with gula melaka sweetened grated coconut or peanut paste) (Price $4 per box)
  • Kueh Bingka Ubi Kayu (baked tapioca cake) (Price $2 per box)
  • Pengat Ubi Kayu (boiled tapioca with sweetened coconut milk) (Price $3.20 per box)
  • Rainbow Lapis (jiu ceng gao / nine-layered cake) (Price $2 per box)

Location:

Maxwell Food Center

1 Kadayanallur St, #01-38, Singapore 069184

Contact: +65 9730 2833

Website: https://www.facebook.com/Maxwellhengheng/

 


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