The Green Leaf Maxwell singapore

Welcome to The Green Leaf stall at Maxwell Food Centre in Singapore. They’re all about tasty food and good vibes. Picture this: a lively spot at Maxwell, filled with the yummy smells of our delicious dishes. We’re here to give you a taste of fresh and green flavours that will make your taste buds dance.

Their friendly team is ready to make you feel right at home. Whether you’re a local food fan or just passing by, The Green Leaf at Maxwell is your go-to place for a yummy adventure in Singapore’s food scene. Every bite here is like a party of fantastic flavours. It’s all about enjoying the goodness of fresh and green in every single meal.

The Green Leaf Menu Singapore

The Green Leaf Menu in Singapore is a tasty adventure. Packed with fresh flavours, it’s got something for everyone. Each dish has top-notch ingredients, from yummy salads to delicious main courses. Whether you love veggies or crave meaty goodness, our menu covers you. Try a bite of Singapore’s diverse and delicious offerings at The Green Leaf, where every dish is tasty.

DishesPrice In SGD
Green Garden Salad$8.99
Avocado Spring Rolls$10.99
Basil Pesto Pasta$12.99
Grilled Lemongrass Chicken$14.99
Quinoa and Roasted Vegetable Bowl$11.99
Green Leaf Special Noodle Soup$13.99
Seared Tofu with Sesame Glaze$15.99
Matcha Green Tea Cheesecake$9.99
Fresh Fruit Sorbet$7.99
Green Elixir Smoothie$6.99
Lemongrass Ginger Iced Tea$4.99

The Green Leaf Singapore Location

Address: 1 Kadayanallur St Stall #100, Maxwell Food Centre, 069184

Opening Hours: Monday To Sunday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Is The Green Leaf a vegetarian restaurant?

While The Green Leaf does offer a selection of vegetarian options, our menu is designed to cater to a variety of tastes. We have dishes that include both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options to ensure a diverse culinary experience.

Are there vegan options available on the menu?

Yes, The Green Leaf Singapore provides vegan-friendly options. Our menu includes plant-based dishes crafted to satisfy the taste buds of our vegan patrons.

Can I make reservations at The Green Leaf?

As a stall at Maxwell Food Centre, we operate on a first-come, first-served basis. Reservations are not available, but we strive to provide a quick and efficient dining experience for all our customers.

What are the signature dishes at The Green Leaf?

Some of our signature dishes include the Green Leaf Special Noodle Soup, Seared Tofu with Sesame Glaze, and Matcha Green Tea Cheesecake. These dishes showcase our commitment to unique flavors and fresh ingredients.

Are takeout and delivery services available?

At present, The Green Leaf offers dine-in services at Maxwell Food Centre. Takeout options may be available, and we are exploring the possibility of introducing delivery services in the future.

The Green Leaf Singapore Reviews 

The Green Leaf
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rehana parveenrehana parveen
05:12 23 Nov 23
Bought nasi lemak and was charged $4.8 for a mediocre food. Chicken and egg was not fresh AT ALL. really upset as I was really famished. worse $4.8 spent.
Wei Chong OngWei Chong Ong
05:57 14 Mar 23
Ordered the Lontong ($3.50). Lontong soup was very diluted and oily.
yoda Moetyoda Moet
07:39 09 Mar 22
Nasi Lemak was a joke ….. ordered via online platform for delivery and it came with 1 fried egg, 1 hot dog and 1 piece of fried chicken. 2 halves of a peanut in the Sambal Chilli and absolutely no Ikan Bilis, rice was gluey and clumped together. Even the Cheap convenience store Nasi Lemak was better than this. Cannot recommend at all.
17:50 14 Oct 21
By chance, I came across this stall and saw, malay epok-epok (curry puff ) . I went there around 3.30pm where she was frying the potato epok-epok (kentang in malay) .Too bad that day she did not do the sardine version which is my favourite too.I love the way she pack her take away epok- epok , someone order 20 pieces 😋.Each epok-epok cost $0.70 cents only and is super delicious, sardine also $0.70.She do sells other things but I can't comment any of her other food as I only ate her epok-epok because I arrived after lunch time hehehehe.I really love the piping hot epok-epok, just so happened that she was frying it.Nice to eat during tea time with a glass of hot Tea-Tarik.So if you are a fan of malay epok-epok do give it a try.👍😀
Rogue Ventures AdminRogue Ventures Admin
02:39 16 May 19
Lontong gravy is watery & tastes diluted, without the rich coconut flavour I was hoping for. Ketupat is thinly sliced and breaks easily, and tastes bland (doesn’t seem to soak up any gravy flavour). Somewhat disappointing.

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