1 Kadayanallur Street
#01-31 Maxwell Food Centre
Singapore 069184

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Back on the second consecutive day for more tapioca cake and saw they sell ondeh ondeh too. Got a box of 5 (ate one before taking photo) and one bite into it we concluded this is the best ondeh ondeh we've had.

Upon touching the tongue everything just melts and the filling oozes out. And then when the jaws close and the teeth bites into the it, there's this crispy texture that's probably the cane sugar.

All the flavours and textures come together zo perfectly and immensely enjoyable. Already thinking when we'll be back next for more.

Small box of mixed kueh
1 box of 5 mochi
(Can't remember how much)

Love the kuehs here! The selection isn't a lot but they're great at what they make. The box of mixed kuehs comes with 3 tapioca cake and 2 gule melaka coconut kueh. The tapioca cakes are light and delicious. Even though the texture is more kueh than the fibre kind that we usually like, this is really good also and it's almost jellylike. Tastes super good with the grated coconut. The gula melaka kuehs are also very good and the sweetness is just nice for us. It also comes in a bigger box but we dont know how many are in there.

The mochi is a mix of coconut and peanut fillings and both are really good as well. The fillings are full and geneorus, while the skin is just nice and the taste of it is also perfect to bring out the taste of the fillings.

Already missing them and thinking of when will be the next time we'll be here for these.

Ondeh Ondeh (5 for $3.20, 10 for $6)
These are sold out extremely quickly and early, we had to preorder them at the stall and come back after 20min, in which they'd make a quantity specific to your order. Kinda sad to say that the Gula Melaka they used for this ondeh ondeh wasn't really to my palette. It does burst into your mouth and the Ondeh Ondeh is chewy, but I didn't enjoy the taste/ flavour of the Gula Melaka that was used within, and also because it was way too sweet.

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Kueh Bingka (?)
Can't remember what this Kueh was, but it's basically a baked Tapioca Kueh with coconut on top. Thought this was kinda disappointing, the Kueh itself was quite dry and slightly hard, I didn't particularly enjoyed this, so just go for their Ubi Kayu and Kueh Kosui!

These kuehs from Maxwell Hawker are very much worth a try, but I'd defo recommend heading there before lunch to avoid disappointment!

Ubi Kayu/ Kueh Kosui (Small Box: $3.20, Big Box: $6)
We got their Ubi Kayu (Steamed Tapioca Kueh) & Kueh Kosui in a large box for $6, and man, they were extremely soft! Really loved the tapioca flavour and fragrance of their Ubi Kayu, and also how they disintegrate in your mouth so easily.

The Kueh Kosui was definitely my favourite out of all the loots we got from here, because their Gula Melaka is really fragrant, and the kueh is just so soft! This is probably the best Kueh Kosui I've had so far.

The kueh is super soft!! Was mind-blown when I tasted it the first time as I did not believe it could be so soft. The coconut was also fresh and complemented well with the kueh!