Top 10 in Maxwell

Top 10 places in Maxwell, Singapore.

Latest Reviews in Maxwell

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Maxwell, Singapore.


Roasted Norwegian Salmon
Cha Soba
Roasted Beets and Carrots
Miso Glazed Eggplant
Sautéed Mushroom
Almond Flakes
Garlic MOJO Vinaigrette

Very similar to Grain Traders but cheaper and less crowded. Glad that the chasoba isn’t overcooked. The salmon portion is really generous! Mushroom and eggplant are really tasty but slightly salty. Wanna come back and try the other dishes. 😊

Fancy another round of 1 for 1 AGAIN!!!
This time round at Wanton Seng Noodle Bar & Amoy Street!!
Applicable for Lunch Bowl only
Crispy Duck Noodle ~ $10.0
| Spring Onions | Fried Shallot |
Additional Order
Roasted Pork Belly ~ $10.0
| Wasabi | Pickles |
Everything tasted so good Pork is Crispy with the Ka-Zi Ka-Zi Sound, Duck is Succulent & fall off from the bone with a slight force 😋😋 Buuuuuuut... it will be better if the noodle can be better🤔🤔 you know I know lah hor

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Mellower has been brewing cups of speciality coffee ever since its establishment in 2011.
With the intention of “Just for a cup of good coffee” ,  Mellower Coffee, indeed has been maintaining its professional strength with dedication and professionalism! I have to admit that this cuppa Flat white was one to best cup I've ever had!

Rookery indeed "Miso" us so happy that night!
As the team behind Rookery unveils their new item [Wagyu Beef • $35] curated by Chef Sebastian!Besides Wagyu Beef, [Miso Salmon • $28] was another one of mine preferred dish!
If you're having a big group over! I would also strongly recommend their [Crispy Pork Belly • $20] and [Baby Back Ribs • $29]
Thanks @rookerysg and @jeremeliang for the invitation!

Oozy sous vide egg nestled atop generous slices of medium done wagyu beef accompanied by a special yogurt sauce at the side. The redness of the meat did scare me off a lil initially, thank god there isn’t any gamey taste just soft, tender goodness. Despite some of the dissatisfactory reviews here, I actually enjoyed my budget beef bowl & would certainly be back for more. 🥩🍚


The #cubano was good, coming in a nicely toasted crisp bread (that sadly got a bit hard & tough as it cooled). There was generous amounts of flavourful pulled pork that went well with the juicy butter pickles, mustard & cheese. The #cheesesteak includes sliced beef brisket with molten cheese sauce. While tender and tasty, the beef didn’t really taste like beef (maybe cause we aren’t fans of brisket style) and it can get a bit jelat. The menu also states there are onions but sadly, we didn’t see / taste any onions in our sandwich. Do note it’s quite a big portion! Good for sharing 👍🏼
📍@parkbenchdeli, 179 Telok Ayer Street

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A taste of Korea in Singapore!
I miss eating this when @dosiraksg first launched. Kim Chi is still as spicy but the gochujiang isn’t as thick as it used to be. .
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If for whatsoever reason that you have missed out on this exclusive collaboration, you have “meat” out on some amazing roast, especially the Roast Meat Banh Mi. Using Roast Paradise’s own char siew, it is sandwiched between a French roll with other winning ingredients such as the siew yoke (roasted pork), chicken pate and mustard aioli. The accomplishments of carrot & daikon pickles, cucumber and coriander added crunch, freshness and zing into the banh mi, creating a balanced flavour from each bite.
Park Bench Deli
Address: 179, Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068627


Pop-ups can be one of the best places to discover new food. Or to get your hands on something you’ve been dying to try but haven’t had a chance, like I did today at the @parkbenchdeli X @roastparadise event. The latter’s “char siew” and “sio bak” are legendary and I have yet to brave the queues for them, so this pop-up presented the perfect opportunity. Plus knowing how good the sandwiches at “Park Bench Deli” (PBD) are, it’s a sure-win sitch.
So I hustled over there once my lunch event at “Birds Of A Feather” ended. And even though I was feeling quite full at that point, I got myself the “Roast Meat Banh Mi” ($18). This thing of beauty comprised of a light, crisp French roll spread with a thick layer of chicken pate and chunky cuts of the two meats from “Roast Paradise” that have long been on my wishlist. The richness of those was balanced deliciously with carrot and daikon pickles, fresh coriander, cucumber and mustard aioli. I couldn’t help but whack the whole thing, with a little help from a refreshing cocktail by @leontbk of @nativebarsg that complemented the flavours beautifully.
The next PBD collab I’m very excited for is the one with “Rumah Makan Minang” ( happening on Sunday, 29th July. Whatever they will be serving (did someone mention a Beef Rendang Sandwich?) will have mocktails to match. Yes, out of respect for their halal partner in this pop-up, they will not be serving any alcohol.


One of my favorite snacks in Maxwell hawker centre. They sell it at $2/pcs and always made fresh on the spot. The cake is crispy (my favorite is the rim of the circle) with juicy oyster and shrimp fillings. Try to eat it with the chilli. Best eaten while it's hot. Btw: it's Anthony Bourdain approved 👍

More often than not, your food leaves me coming back for more. I don’t mind our non-monogamous relationship where you constantly find new partners @roastparadise to have affairs with. I enjoy them very much actually. Please keep them coming.

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