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14 Scotts Road
#05-26 Far East Plaza
Singapore 228213

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11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm


11:00am - 08:00pm

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It was that good.
First and foremost, the oysters were plump and fresh, and bursted in the mouth for a torrent of seafood umami. But the highlight was in the hash brown looking omlette. The exterior had an unbelievably satisfying crunch, and it effortlessly shattered to reveal its fluffy eggy interior.
Honestly, it's better than a lot of famous orh luak I'd tried; was not expecting this from a zichar kitchen at far east plaza.

Value for money ($4.80 & it comes with a fried egg)!
Fragrant pork chop and generous portion. Pro-tip: Eat with their sambal belacan.

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I was super excited about this place after reading all the great reviews. Sadly not everything you see on the Internet is to be believed. This white bee hoon in particular was super bland. The prawns were big and fresh though. Other let downs were the oyster omelette--while the oysters were big and juicy, the omelette itself was fried within an inch of its life and was dry. The olive and mince meat fried rice, seafood char kway teow and Ngoh hiang were decent.

The icing on this bad cake was when we asked for a cup of hot water to warm up my child's milk in. We were charged 50cents. Definitely not coming back here any time soon.

Intrigued by the size of the tiger prawns in their Beehoon dish, we ordered their garlic prawns that came with a generous 8 huge tiger prawns for under $20. Fresh and big, it was really a good deal for the price. The garlic accentuated the taste of the prawn; although it might not appeal to all.
Their fried oyster omelette did live up to the reviews we read, with plump oysters. Similar to their white beehoon, their braised pork trotter Beehoon was a comfort-food dish with that home-cooked flavour. It was good that the Beehoon wasn’t oily nor too salty like some others.
So to get away from the bustling restaurants in Orchard, Maddie’s may be a good option for some simple 1-person meal or for a small group.


Maddie’s Kitchen is a casual eatery with homely, affordable good food in town!

Seafood White Beehoon (Prawns & Lala $6.80-S) was decent, ingredients were fresh and there were bits of crisp fried lard. Portion seemed to be rather huge (possibly enough for 2 small eaters if you’re planning to get side dishes?). Enjoyed the french bean with minced pork ($8.80) because the dried shrimps (?) made it so darn fragrant.
Lor bak ($4) was also flavourfully braised and tender while proportion of egg vs starch of the oyster omelette ($10.80) was just right with very crisp sides. We don’t eat oysters (I KNOW), but they kindly changed to 2 giant prawns for us! There’s also prawn omelette on the menu but if I’m not wrong, it doesn’t have the starchy portion thus I tried my luck with the request😂. The accompanying chilli was shiok too! Bet the oyster version would have been fantastic.

The seafood soup was comfortingly tasty, though not as savoury as the other seafood soup that opened in Far East Plaza too - but I liked how sweet and clean tasting this was. There were mock abalone, fish maw, lala, crunchy prawns, fish slices, meatballs and vegetables, etc.

Portions of the dishes we ordered was pretty good for the price and of quality, fresh ingredients. Will be back to try the hainanese curry rice too.


This is a classic example of when your head says no but your belly says yes.
Had it at “Maddie’s Kitchen”, a 6-months-old eatery on level 5 of Far East Plaza over the weekend and I liked it more than the one by a certain eatery chain found around Singapore.
The pork was tender and properly braised, the savoury stewed cabbage, appropriately mushy, and the fried egg, done on point with a frilly edge and runny yolk (I love that it also came with a drizzle of sweetish, thick soya sauce).
As much as the curry appealed to me (it’s pretty fragrant and not at all sticky nor starchy), I was glad it got splashed only on the rice and didn’t drown everything on the plate.
If you are in the area and decide to visit ”Maddie’s Kitchen”, don’t forget to order the “Oyster Omelette” ($10.80 nett). Technically, it is on the dinner menu but you can try asking nicely and the kitchen team isn’t being swept off their feet, you might get lucky.

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