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Chicken and rice

A must visit Hawker center. The chicken and rice is good. Tried both stalls one with Anthony... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Alvin D
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Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Another good hawcker centre

This is another good hawcker centre in the downtown area of S'pore. Very clean and lots of... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Neil M
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South Queensferry, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

A must visit. An easy walk from our hotel, we were pleasantly surprised when we got there at around 8/8.30pm. Plenty of stalls still open although some of the more popular ones had run out of food and closed before we arrived. We got hainese...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

A must visit Hawker center. The chicken and rice is good. Tried both stalls one with Anthony Bourdains recommendation or face on it. And the one next to it. I preferred the one next to it. The one with his name the working yelled at...More

Thank Alvin D
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is another good hawcker centre in the downtown area of S'pore. Very clean and lots of different and reasonably priced food from across the region. Definately go there if in the Chinatown area.

Thank Neil M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Try their butty $5 and $10 beef stew! Superb and tasty! ❤️❤️ Maybe salty for some on the butty because of bacon as well. Just tell them less salt will do. 👍

Thank itchimaru
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Anthony Bourdain. RIP. Fans try to roust the heat and humidity. Bathroom is acceptable. Not luxe. B y o napkins! Prices basically 3 dollars US ( 4 Singapore ) delicious stir fries. Share a table. The more people, the more you can taste.

Thank nycmom22
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The advantage of working so close to Maxwell Food Centre is that I get to save a lot on my lunch budget during the week. My only complaints - and they're not really complaints, TBH - would be that because you are literally faced with...More

Thank mrsvickyaltaie
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is an open air hawker center about the same distance from the Chinatown MRT station, the Outram Park MRT station, theTelok Ayer MRT station, and the Tanjong Payar MRT station. In other words, unless you are in the neighborhood, it is not as convenient...More

Thank Michael K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We were staying nearby so ate at Maxwell every night of our stay in Singapore. We travelled with two children aged 8 and 12 who are fussy eaters. They both loved the food at the various stalls here and there was some sensational food to...More

Thank Wanderlust_Tarrants
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

MRT stop very close and walk to street market styled food hall . Very popular and night stalls even busier. Wide selection of food and even get a beer or wine from separate venders. Recommend Dumplings and chicken rice.

Thank P970CKstephenk
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Wide selection of stalls and very cheap place to go. We really enjoyed the experience, and the food was lovely.

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albertc298
3 December 2018|
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Response from G2931ERjohnm | Reviewed this property |
Some stalls Start to close up around 9.30, however plenty are open until 10.30 or after depends on level of trade, really slows down after 11.00.
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Nara P
3 July 2018|
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Response from lee68g | Reviewed this property |
Best to walk around and look at each store. I just walked until I saw a place that I liked the look at.
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lim s
22 June 2018|
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Response from D7448OZannep | Reviewed this property |
Definitely chicken & rice! Or pork with rice :) I love rice so... We were always there at non-peak times so we didn’t encounter any really busy times so can’t really say which times are best.
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