1 Kadayanallur Street
#01-03 Maxwell Food Centre
Singapore 069184

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11:30am - 03:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm


11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

05:30pm - 09:00pm

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So worth it for what it is!! Comes with butter rice, a pappadum, lentil stew, French beans and chargrilled chicken! Love the variety of dishes here and would definitely be back to try their daily specials :)

Seeing a few articles about this place for their contemporary Indian meal.

The daily special comes with various choices, including the 1 cold dish, 2 vegetables, 1 chargrilled chicken and butter pilaf.

While the meal itself was comfortable and not so heavy, but the portion seems too little for me. As I started to feel hungry soon after. $6.80

Visited Luckmeow rather recently; seemingly one of the newer stalls which had opened their doors at Maxwell Food Centre of the late. The establishment serves up North Indian-style cuisine; while the menu board showcases a wide variety of dishes, the dishes are served up on a rotational basis daily, which are also displayed at the front of the store for the convenience of the patrons.

While there are a few sets to choose from, we ended up with the Executive Lunch Set — consists of the Signature Butter Pilaf, one vegetable dish, one chicken dish and one cold dish. Went for the Tomato Salad with Peppery Dressing, Creamy Broccoli Gratin and Honey Baked Chicken; the Signature Butter Pilaf was pretty fragrant and distinguishable by-the-grain; carried a floral and buttery aroma that was pretty alluring. Otherwise, the Honey Baked Chicken was also one of the stars of the set; considerably succulent chicken that’s juicy and came with a nutty spiced rub which complimented the mellow sweetness on the skin, while the Creamy Broccoli Gratin had a good crunch along with the creamy sauce which was aptly decadent. Not really a fan of the Tomato Salad with Peppery Dressing but probably just something that was not to my own preferences; the cold dish does provide a refreshing burst with a zing and crunch from what seems to be pickled radish that is a great respite from the heavier elements.

A stall that is pretty much worth a try for a new take on North Indian cuisine — liked especially how everything is served in small sizes (think of it as Indian cuisine tapas-style) that makes it less intimidating to try the more adventurous dishes that they have!

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