Top 10 in Maxwell

Top 10 places in Maxwell, Singapore.

Latest Reviews in Maxwell

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Maxwell, Singapore.

Attended my first Burpple Eatup (woohoo!) recently and I had the chance to feast on 3 variations of the 4-Course Set Meal ($60++) from Coriander Leaf Grill🤤. For appetisers, the Falafel (fried chickpea patties) goes well with the spiced tahini yoghurt while the Paneer Shashlik (fresh cheese marinated in spices and grilled in a tandoor) reminds me of a well-seasoned grilled tofu. But the star of the night would have to be the Charcoal Grilled Red Snapper Fillet with Green Chilli Pesto, Wok Fried Eggplant and Steamed Rice - the fish is fresh and moist (love the grilled skin!) and the eggplant is really delicious. The Angus Striploin Steak with Wakame Butter is also grilled till medium rare perfection, and turned out to be juicy and flavourful. Although the meal is on the pricier side, there is a one-for-one deal on Burpple Beyond:)! Thank you Burpple and Coriander Leaf Grill for the lovely dinner!

I did not have very high expectations of Koryori Hayashi (#01-11), the humble looking Japanese stall on the 1st storey of Amoy Street Food Centre. So
imagine my surprise when the Mentaiko Pasta ($7.50) turned out to be packed with umami and really delicious❤️ A generous dollop of Mentaiko is added to the pasta and I like that the sauce is creamy and flavourful, but not jelat:) So good!

LMushroom Trio, Mozzarella. Balsamic, Arugula, Caramelised Onions, Aioli & Rye Bread 》$16

PBD nailed it! This was one of the better melts out there. It comes with a good variety of shrooms that paired perfectly with those caramelised onions and gooey, creamy melted cheese.

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We got to try food served from three different four-course set menus. I especially enjoyed the food from set menu B which consists of salt and pepper squid, falafel with spiced tahini yogurt, coriander oil and harissa sauce, charcoal grilled red snapper fillet with green chilli pesto, wok fried eggplant and steamed rice. There was also avocado ice cream with gula melaka sago for dessert but it wasn’t really my type of dessert as the textures and flavours didn’t really agree with me. Each set menu is priced at $60++ but they are one for one with #burpplebeyond yay! Anyway if you haven’t gotten Burpple Beyond yet, you can use my referral link (in bio) so to get 20% off your burpple beyond plan and you just pay $55.20 for the entire year!

Thank you @corianderleafgrill for having us and thank you @burpple for the invite! 😊

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@minkajapsg is a Japanese restaurant kaisendon (for lunch) and Sushi Omakase (for dinner) located in Oxley Tower.
Feature Seafood Rice Bowl with Seafood Soup.
Japanese sashimi rice bowl with special seafood soup that made from red snapper, prawn and fish bone. 💰$29.
@minkajapsg currently offering a lunch promotion. By presenting the lunch leaflet handed out by the staff during a weekday lunch time from 11.30am - 2.30pm, get to enjoy a complimentary ice cream dessert/soft drink with purchase of any rice bowl.
138 Robinson Road, Oxley Tower #01-06

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Its been a busier week so i'm thankful for this Salmon Pal with an assortment of pickled veggies (pineapple, onions, tomatoes), its not as sour as I expected though theres some diced chilli to watch out for. The truffle aioli sauce with the salmon sealed the deal.

The pickleville outlet looks spacious and seems like a nice hideout!

($3.50 with mealpal)

It’s pure shiok-ness. The portion of the salmon is much more than other similar bowls. Tried the beef version before also but still find the mentaiko salmon better. The young owner also prepares the food by himself and pays a lot of attention to details. Only downside is that it’s a bit slow if there is a queue.

This is my new favourite at Amoy Hawker Centre. Its healthy and the portion is generous. It’s very reasonably priced too ($4). They always have a long queue but it moves fast. Uncles are really friendly too.

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All these small ones are really not as shiok. Will probably have to set up a seafood import company myself!

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Only for dine in. Razor thin braised tongue. Soft toasted Brioche. Overall is OKAY! Maybe because our Asian palate wasn’t use to the egg salad with pickles.