Maxwell Food Centre Best Food
(Source: Miss Tam Jiak)
You want to sample Singaporean cuisine. You only have so much time, and you don’t know where to go. Where do you go? Of course, the Maxwell Road Food Centre.
Don’t be fooled by the unappealing, almost anonymous appearance of this location. This is a hotspot for tourists there’s a reason. By far, my favourite hawker centre in Singapore is this one!
What To Eat At Maxwell Centre
Allow me to tell you why the Maxwell Road Food Centre is the best in Singapore
- Located in Chinatown. It is just a few blocks from some of the city’s most popular attractions. It may also be used as a fuel station on any Chinatown walking tour. To get fantastic cuisine, you don’t need to go too far.
- Wide range and variety of local cuisines in one place at an affordable price. Well over 100 stores were selling cuisine that is distinct from each other. around to see if there were many stalls selling the same items.
- Fantastic Tasting Food. The competitiveness is fierce, and the vendors have really raised the bar in terms of quality. It’s unjust to single out one vendor while ignoring the others.
(Source: Miss Tam Jiak)
There are also several other stalls selling what may be termed “finger food” – oyster fritters, radish cakes, sesame-coated red beanballs, and so on.
The Maxwell Road Food Centre, unlike the overrated Newton Food Centre, delivers real value. I was happy to notice that the majority of the booths had maintained their pricing when I last visited in late October 2008. They haven’t lowered either one, either! Despite these ever-increasing costs, this is due to everything else.
The drink kiosks, for example, are charging 30% less than comparable hawker centres and coffee shops in the outer regions. That isn’t the problem. What I’m attempting to convey is that, in a world of corporate profits, there exists a place like the Maxwell Road Food Centre, where hawkers undercharge on their charges.
So, because of them, I’ve developed a soft spot for them. Please support their businesses. Make these individuals successful. Let them be the light in Singapore’s darkness.
How to Get To Maxwell Road Food Centre & Parking
Located at the corner of Maxwell Road and South Bridge Road.
Alight at Tanjong Pagar MRT exit G and follow the red line.
For the readers who plan to drive there, there’s an open-air car park at the back for parking.
Interested in other nearby attractions? head to Tian Hock Temple.