Hup Kee Wu Xiang Guan Chang Singapore

Welcome to Hup Kee Wu Xiang Guan Chang. They’ve been making tasty Hokkien-style food for over 90 years. You can find them in Maxwell Food Centre. It’s a family business run by the third generation. They make yummy dishes like Ngoh Hiang, Pork Liver Roll, Egg Cake, and Guan Chang. This is the place to be if you want to try authentic and delicious Hokkien food.

Hup Kee Wu Xiang Guan Chang Menu

Hup Kee Wu Xiang Guan Chang offers a selection of traditional Hokkien dishes, including Ngoh Hiang, Pork Liver Roll, Egg Cake, and Guan Chang. These items are handmade with a commitment to heritage and authenticity.

Handmade Dishes

DishesPrice in SGD
Nhoh Hiang (Meat Roll)
Guan Chang (Fresh Pink Sausage)
Ter Kwa (Liver Rolls)
Neng Kway (Egg Lard Cakes)

Hup Kee Wu Xiang Guan Chang Location

Address: 1 Kadayanallur St, #01-97 Maxwell Food Centre, Singapore 069184

Opening Hours: Monday To Sunday: 11:30 AM–6:00 PM

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Is the food at the stall halal?

Yes, the food at the stall is halal-certified. This means it follows Islamic dietary rules and is okay for people who eat halal food.

What are the operating hours of the stall?

The stall opens from 11:30 am to 6:00 pm daily, except on Wednesdays when it is closed.

What is the specialty dish at the stall?

The stall is renowned for its Wu Xiang, a delectable fried dish featuring a variety of ingredients deep-fried to perfection. It is often served with Bee Hoon and is known for its delightful sweet and salty flavor profile.

Where is the stall located?

The stall is situated at 1 Kadayanallur Street #01-97, Maxwell Food Centre, Singapore 069184.

Hup Kee Wu Xiang Guan Chang Reviews

Eugen SafinEugen Safin
10:16 04 Jan 24
Good Wu Xiang.
Nicholas WongNicholas Wong
11:40 04 Nov 23
Ngo Hiang and Wu Xiang are the stars of the show. Everything else is good. Sauce is nice.
Stephen LimStephen Lim
04:58 06 Aug 23
Great food, Mr. Teo took over from his father from Amoy Street. From road side stall to the coffee shop stall in Amoy Street. He is the third generation to carry on the business.Had been patronising his stall from then. Food prepared by himself and his better one.Must try his Chinese sausage and Wu Xiang., also the yellow egg cakeEnjoy
Jonathan KohJonathan Koh
16:05 11 Jul 23
In my opinion, this is one of the finest surviving handmade Wu Xiang Guan Chang hawker stalls in Singapore. It offers an authentic taste that is not compromised by mass production. The stall takes pride in its homemade chili and sweet sauces, which perfectly complement the dishes. Additionally, the owner of the stall is known for being exceptionally friendly and has even been featured in social media interviews, showcasing his dedication and passion for his craft.
Derrick LinDerrick Lin
13:41 02 Jul 23
It’s all about the nostalgic feel. If you don’t mind paying a little more for the traditional taste, this is the store to go to. The serving is smaller than other stores too. The beauty is in the old taste that you can’t really find in Singapore anymore and it is not oily. If you grew up eating this old taste, you will love this, if not, this store might not be suitable for you. You might enjoy other stores that serve larger, cheaper and more oily and modern taste wu xiang.
Marco MateusMarco Mateus
08:49 23 Feb 23
Amazing Chinese fritters shop! Super friendly uncle will give you an amazing spread of TRADITIONAL Chinese fritters. Quality and authenticity at very affordable prices! Please make sure to try the lard cake!!!
derek neoderek neo
15:10 04 Sep 22
Visited on Sunday noon. The Chinese sausage is above average. The don't serve my favourite deep fried prawn cake. Ok, been there done that.

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