Delicious MUST-TRY Cheap Eats In Singapore! Maxwell Food Centre

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Today I met up with Jade Seah and we tried a bunch of cheap and delicious hawker food dishes that are available at Maxwell Food Centre!

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Jeremy Pink says:

Jade Seah comes across to me as a typical SPG. Hahaha..maybe, for your next video, Georgia, do one about Sarong Party Girl!

John Doe says:

Jade is the worst person to ask along for a food show. or any talk show lol

RubberBand03 says:

Chicken rice at Blk 40 Holland Drive is very good as well

Patrick C says:

Maybe you should try the chicken rice at Golden Mile Food Centre along Beach Road and opposite Golden Mile Complex. The name of the stall is Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice and it’s in the middle of the lower level. There’s always a long queue at this stall and the hokkien mee stall right beside it.

Itchy Feet Will Travel k says:

Georgia.. Kia Ora from NZ. I been watching your old singlish vlogs. You should go out to the hawker centre & use your singlish. It will be really funny to see people's reactions.

Benjamin Soo says:

Next time you're at an Indian drinks store, try ordering an Iced Neslo (Nescafe + Milo). It's usually not displayed on the menu.

Yip Choy Lee says:

Hi Georgia,

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twft says:

Katong chicken rice just go and eat

ian tan says:

The boneless chicken rice in the basement of katong shopping centre and Nan Xiang chicken and roast meat in Tanjong Katong are a couple of chicken rice places you have to hit up! There's also Boon Tong Kee and Five Star chicken rice which are similar to Tian Tian but those have a very franchised feel to them.

Gavin Yuen says:

Boon Tong Kee chicken rice is da best lah

AGUS LEE says:

Tang hoon is glass noodles, Georgia is correct. Jade Seah try to act miss know everything…and end up sounds like a stupid bimbo. A disgrace to singaporean …

Francis Lim says:

Many Singaporean complain about the high cost of living but it’s actually the cost of living high.Heard about 5 Cs?Try eating in Australia,chicken rice and noodles dishes are about 10 Australian dollars and more.Coffee is 4.50 Aus dollars.Anyway,Tian Tian chicken rices has too much MSG.Having more mixed dishes rice with lots of veggies is a better choice and healthier diets.Avoid deep fried and BBQ,no sugary drinks too.

ylw says:

You could try asking for dhal curry with prata. Dhal is thicker, slightly grainy

thupremee says:

Tian tian is alright and definitely not the best in terms of price, QUALITY and the portion.

chelsea86 says:

3 stalls away from tian tian is the original chef and his chicken rice tastes as good and cheaper. It’s a red color signboard if I did not remember correctly.

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