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1 Kadayanallur Street
#01-10/11 Maxwell Food Centre
Singapore 069184

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10:00am - 08:00pm


10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

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It is one of the famous chicken rice. The queue is quite long, but quite quick as well. It is good and the price is $3.5 for small portion.

Years ago, you could call in advance to order your chicken rice, it would wait for you by the time you reach the (now closed) car park. Forget that now, and be prepared to queue. It’s pretty efficient, but still takes anywhere between 10 minutes (at opening at 10am, or mid afternoon) and 45 minutes (meal times). The prices are the highest among all the Hainanese chicken rice stalls at Maxwell; they only give out the chilli and dark soy sauces upon request (although that is very much part of the dish!). So, is it worth it? If you’re not a foodie, the answer is “hell, no!” On the other hand, if you can tell subtle differences in the texture of the chicken, the fragrance of the rice, or the degree of kick in the chilli sauce, or if you just line up servings from the various chicken rice stalls at Maxwell (Tian Tian, Ah Tai, Heng Heng), you would have to say “this is the best lah!”

More tourists in line than locals at Tian Arian’s Maxwell Food Centre stall. Is this a good sign?

Where is your GO TO Chicken Rice stall?

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Tian Tian is one of my favourite hainanese chicken rice stalls in Singapore, the standard is consistently good. Those smooth tender chicken and fragrant rice are truly a delight!


Braving the queue for touristy chicken rice at Maxwell Food Centre which I wouldn’t mind since it’s still one of the better chicken rice around in Singapore that serves fragrant rice with succulent chicken meat😋


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A perennial favourite with tourists who will queue 20-30 minutes to savour our national dish. This is one of my favourite chicken rice in Singapore partly due to the fact that I grew up eating this, way before it was made famous by Anthony Bourdain. The rice here is very fragrant and the chicken here is smooth and silky, considering the fact that I ordered chicken breast this time. The chilli sauce here is pungent yet satisfying and I’m always yearning for more. A plate goes for $4 upwards now. A decade ago, the starting price was $2.50 and that would have satisfied your chicken rice cravings.

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