Rojak · Popiah & Cockle At Maxwell Singapore

Welcome to “Rojak · Popiah & Cockle” in Maxwell Food Centre Singapore. There, the food stall is like a tasty adventure waiting for you. They make yummy dishes like rojak, popiah, and cockles, showing off the delicious flavors from around Asia. Maxwell Food Centre is busy, but they are easy to find. Come and try their simple, tasty food; it’s like a taste of all the good stuff from this part of the world.

Rojak · Popiah & Cockle Menu Singapore

Look no further than Rojak · Popiah & Cockle. They got a famous rojak salad with fruits, veggies, and a spicy peanut sauce. You can also try their yummy Popiah rice rolls filled with veggies, shrimp, or pork. Want seafood? They have stir-fried cockles and tasty curries, too. Are they feeling adventurous? Try their spicy Mee Siam noodles, yummy Nasi Lemak rice, or savoury Satay skewers. They even have refreshing drinks like Teh Tarik and Kopi.

DishesPrice In SGD
Cockle Laksa$7.99
Popiah Platter$10.99
Rojak Special Combo$12.99
Char Kway Teow with Cockles$8.99
Sugarcane Juice$2.50
Kopi or Teh Tarik$2.00

Rojak · Popiah & Cockle Singapore Location

Address: 1 Kadayanallur St, #01-56, Singapore 069184

Opening Hours: Monday To Sunday: 11:30 AM – 8:30 PM

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Where is “Rojak · Popiah & Cockle” located?

We are situated in Maxwell Food Centre, a popular hawker destination in Singapore. Look for our stall to enjoy our delicious offerings.

What is Rojak?

Rojak is a mixed fruit and vegetable salad, tossed in our special sauce, creating a delightful blend of sweet and tangy flavors.

What is Popiah?

Popiah is a fresh spring roll filled with a combination of vegetables, minced pork, and a savory sauce, providing a light and satisfying bite.

Are there vegetarian options available?

Yes, both our Rojak and Popiah offerings have vegetarian options, ensuring a delightful experience for our vegetarian customers.

Can I order takeout?

Certainly! If you’re in a hurry, you can order your favorite dishes for takeout. Just let our staff know, and we’ll prepare your order accordingly.

Rojak · Popiah & Cockle Singapore Reviews

FS ChongFS Chong
08:07 24 May 24
A Michelin Plate Food Outlet
Miruna CizmasMiruna Cizmas
15:23 15 May 24
If you want to try Asian street food, I recommend this little restaurant in the Chinese district, which is located in the Maxwell Food Centre. The prices are more than acceptable for Singapore, and if you like Chinese food, this is the right place for an Asian street food experience 🍜
Timm FazlerTimm Fazler
07:21 14 May 24
The popiah is bloody delicious
CH B ChenCH B Chen
10:18 11 May 24
Special and delicious, highly recommended.
Ying XuanYing Xuan
17:29 04 May 24
Delicious rojak! hands down my favourite 🤩
Živa AntolinŽiva Antolin
09:33 29 Nov 23
Tried rojak for the first time here and it was absolutely delicious - the perfect balance between sweet, spicy and sour. I returned the next day to get some more. I took the smallest portion and it was just the amount. I also tried popiah, which was also good. There is usually a queue, but the wait time is not so long (about 10 minutes).
Jing Yee ChoongJing Yee Choong
15:01 19 Nov 23
Worth trying the popiah and rojak when you’re in Maxwell food centre. You can choose to have spicy or non spicy popiah. Go for non spicy if u cant take spice. S$3.40 for 2 pcs of popiah and S$4 for a small plate of rojak.
07:37 05 Nov 23
Both Chinese Popiah and Rojak are signature dishes in food centres. While so, good ones are probably one in many - and here is one that I think is really good. If you yearn for popiah and rojak at the same time, and you happen to be around this food centre, this is for sure a good choice.
Dariusz GDariusz G
11:29 01 Oct 23
I really wanted to try rojak during my stay in Singapore, because it was a dish completely unknown to me. So I joined a long queue to this hawker stall and what did I get? Something very interesting, surprising the taste buds with its sweetness, nuttiness, subdued spiciness and a taste difficult to define, most likely coming from the ginger flower. The whole dish is very good, but it is better to take a small portion, because after some time it can get a bit boring and become little monotonous. Worth a try.
Well SmtWell Smt
10:48 15 Jun 23
Ordered a rojak ($5) and popiah ($3 for 2 rolls) at the Maxwell food court. Good value for money. The food is more on the sweeter side though and the you tiao is a little stiff. Highly recommend to ask for less sauce or pairing with the other salty dishes. The queue is not too long.

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