Jiang Nan Wei Dao at Maxwell Singapore

Welcome to Jiang Nan Wei Dao Singapore. They’re excited to have you try the delicious food from Jiangnan, a region in China known for its tasty dishes. Our chefs put a lot of care into making each dish suitable, so you’re in for a real treat. Whether you love Chinese food or are curious, they invite you to enjoy the flavours, friendly service, and a unique experience.

Jiang Nan Wei Dao Menu

Explore the delicious flavours of Jiangnan at Jiang Nan Wei Dao Singapore. From crispy Spring Rolls to savoury Sweet and Sour Chicken, our menu offers a delightful journey through authentic Chinese cuisine. Enjoy comforting soups, flavorful main courses, and sweet treats, all crafted with care for a memorable dining experience. Join us for a taste adventure at Jiang Nan Wei Dao Maxwell Singapore.


DishesPrice In SGD
Spring Rolls$6.99
Steamed Dumplings$8.99
Scallion Pancakes$5.99


DishesPrice In SGD
Hot and Sour Soup (cup)$4.99
Hot and Sour Soup (bowl)$8.99
Wonton Soup (bowl)$7.99

Main Courses

DishesPrice In SGD
Sweet and Sour Chicken$12.99
Braised Pork Belly$14.99
Yangzhou Fried Rice$10.99

Noodles and Rice

DishesPrice In SGD
Beef Noodle Soup$11.99
Vegetable Lo Mein$9.99

Seafood Specialties

DishesPrice In SGD
Szechuan Shrimp$13.99
Steamed Fish with Ginger and Scallions$16.99

Vegetarian Options

DishesPrice In SGD
Mapo Tofu$9.99
Stir-fried Mixed Vegetables$8.99


DishesPrice In SGD
Red Bean Pancakes$5.99
Mango Sticky Rice$7.99


DishesPrice In SGD
Green Tea (per person)$2.99
Lychee Punch (glass)$4.99

Jiang Nan Wei Dao Singapore Location

Address: 1 Kadayanallur St #01-62, Singapore 069184

Opening Hours: Monday To Sunday: 12:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is the specialty of Jiang Nan Wei Dao Singapore?

Jiang Nan Wei Dao Singapore specializes in authentic Jiangnan cuisine, offering a diverse menu featuring dishes from the renowned Jiangnan region in China.

Are there vegetarian options available on the menu?

Yes, Jiang Nan Wei Dao Singapore offers a variety of vegetarian options, including dishes like Mapo Tofu and Stir-fried Mixed Vegetables.

Can I make reservations for dining at Jiang Nan Wei Dao Singapore?

Yes, we welcome reservations for a hassle-free dining experience. You can make reservations online or contact us directly.

Is the restaurant suitable for large groups or special events?

Absolutely! Jiang Nan Wei Dao Singapore can accommodate large groups and special events. Please contact us in advance to make arrangements and discuss any specific requirements.

Are there options for those with dietary restrictions or allergies?

We strive to accommodate dietary restrictions and allergies. Please inform our staff of any specific dietary concerns, and we will do our best to provide suitable options.

Does Jiang Nan Wei Dao Singapore offer takeout or delivery services?

Yes, we provide takeout services for those who prefer to enjoy our delicious dishes at home. Additionally, we may offer delivery services through partnered platforms.

Jiang Nan Wei Dao Singapore Reviews

Taste of Jiang Nan
Based on 71 reviews
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Erin PangErin Pang
04:54 26 Jan 24
They are no longer selling sheng jian bao (fried bun).
Uday VadulaUday Vadula
08:05 16 Jan 24
05:56 30 Dec 23
Alvin WongAlvin Wong
10:27 13 Dec 23
super silky noodles and addictive chilli dumplings w hint of sichuan peppercorn
17:13 28 Nov 23
Spicy wontons in chili oil were ok. 5,5 SGD for 8 peaces. Kitchen seems clean and the staff seem to be making those dumplings by hand, one by one. Nevertheless, I think I saw them using frozen wontons, even though they are made locally.
Melissa EisnerMelissa Eisner
08:41 19 Sep 23
Some of the best hawker food out there, easily the best at Maxwell. Loved the fried dumpling, as well as the chili oil dumplings. Great Xiao long Bao as well. Great service with a smile. We loved it so much we went back for seconds. Yay!
Johan WangJohan Wang
11:41 04 Sep 23
Really liked the hand made dumplings, you can see them doing it while waiting for the order.It wasn't too strong the flavor of the filling, and the skin was very thin.The chili sauce was not too spicy, with a tangy flavor. Very very nice.10 pieces for 6,5$
Star CarterStar Carter
10:31 25 Jul 23
This is one of the better stalls that offer dumplings in chinatown. Especially the wantons, the skin is silky soft, pork filling bursting with flavours though tiny amount of meat. Their noodle is very good too, the scallion oil noodle is simple in appearance but very addictive. The noodle is springy, chewy with hint of scallion fragrance and taste in every bite. The soup that comes with wanton is decent too, mellow and savoury giving a good balance to the noodle and wantons. The fried rice with pork chop is good too, fragrant rice grains and tender well marinated pork chop. Overall, good place for dumplings, noodle, fried rice and pork chop.
Benjamin ChehBenjamin Cheh
17:37 20 Apr 23
Overall, my impression of Jiang Nan Wei Dao at Maxwell is positive. As a couple from China, we found that there was a lot of variety to try, from noodles to rice. We particularly enjoyed the chilli oil, which added a delicious taste to our noodles. Although the prices were a bit expensive, we felt that the quality of the food justified the cost.We ordered the Red Oil Dumpling Noodles (no11) and Pork Chop noodles (no10) and found the sauce to be mildly spiced but with a numbing sensation on our tongues, which we think may have been due to the chili oil. Despite this, we would still recommend this dish.It's important to note that the restaurant operates from 12 pm but takes a break between 3pm to 5pm before closing again at 8pm. We recommend coming before the crunch time as the queue can be quite long. Overall, we would definitely come back again. Do check out their Facebook page for their updates on the opening or closing day.

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