I find that the minced pork noodles at Maxwell Market is nice but I do not knowfrom which stall did my friend got the noodles from. The noodles are generally not soggy at all, in fact a little bit 'Q' when it enters your mouth. Coupled with the unique 'Ikan Bilis' mixing it with the minced pork together, which I hardly find such combination outside, I find the taste appealing. Try iT!
Over here at Maxwell Road Food Centre, you can find the traditional Hum Chim Peng here... You will need to order from the lady or the uncle who will mix the dough and put in the red bean paste while you have to fried them yourself. If you like it salted, it's original. For those with sweet tooth, you can request for sweet one whereby they will put sugar icing over them...
There is this stall which is very famous for it's fish soup. You can't miss it because whatever time of day you go, there's always a queue of people. The fish soup is highly recommended and has even been reviewed on the television by channel 8 celebrities. My friend recommended this stall to me and now I'm recommending it to everyone out there!
Itching for some local finger food? Hop down to Maxwell Market now if you're in the area for some yummy Goreng Pisang a.k.a Fried Banana... Lim Kee Banana Fritters @ Maxwell fries it just right... to the right texture, crispiness and sweetness. You can just keep eating and eating and eating these delicious finger snack....
LAGI BEST Nasi Lemak
(New kid on the Block?)
I usually visited Maxwell at least twice a week but didn't seem to notice this stall.
Tried them out last weekend and is of average. Overall not too bad but I waited quite a while for my orders. (Can't imagine the wait if it was on a weekday afternoon)
A very popular food centre among tourists and local alike with its excellent, cheap and good local foodfare. A must try is the fish soup stall as recommended by Michael Ian. The soup is thick and you can never find the same taste anywhere else.