Lesser-known Stories of Maxwell Food Centre

An icon of Chinatown, Maxwell Food Centre has been popular with tourists and locals alike, but besides the delicious dishes available there, what do you know about the history of this 92-year-old structure which opened as a market in 1928? Let food blogger Tony from Johor Kaki bring you through some of his favourite picks of Maxwell Food Centre and share the lesser-known stories behind the hawkers and history of the Maxwell Food Centre.


To read more about this, please visit Johor Kaki’s blog.

 

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About Johor Kaki

 

Tony is the creator of Johor Kaki blog where, since 2011, he tells personal stories about the best food, interesting places and inspiring hawkers from Singapore, Malaysia and around the world.


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Maxwell Food Centre

Did you know that the iconic Maxwell Road Food Centre first started as wet market dealing mainly with fresh produce when it opened in 1929?

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