Maxwell Road Food Centre began as wet market in 1929 handling mainly fresh goods. Though it was meant to materialise more than a decade earlier, construction on the market began only in 1927. The first step towards developing it as a food centre began in 1986, when 70 street food hawkers who had been running business under a zinc-and-roof structure alongside the back alleys of China Square were relocated to Maxwell Road Market. In year 1987, Maxwell Road Market was officially certified a food centre. To this day, it has become a well-liked place for traditional Chinese foods.
1, KADAYANALLUR STREET, 069184
Xing Xing sells homemade Singaporean kueh like their best-seller and sold out fast - ondeh ondeh and tapioca cake with coconut flakes.
Zhen Zhen porridge cooks Cantonese style porridge for a filling lunch break
A popular chicken rice stall which has its roots in history, ran by Mr. Ah Tai who has been passionately cooking chicken rice for over 20 years.
Maxwell Rd FC(05269), Opp Fairfield Meth Ch(05271), Opp Sri Mariamman Tp(05189), Opp Blk 333(05241)
Take the Blue line MRT and alight at Chinatown Station, take Exit F and walk 9 minutes to destination. Alternatively, alight at Tanjong Pagar Station on the Green Line and take Exit A, then walk 8 minutes to destination. You can also take buses 61,166,197 to Opp Sri Mariamman Temple stop.