Review: Rojak, Popiah & Cockle – Maxwell Food Centre (Singapore)



Maxwell Food Centre Singapore

Rojak, Popiah & Cockle

sells rojak, popiah and cockles. Rojak is decent. Popiah is quite ordinary though.



This rojak comes with slices of cucumber, pear, pineapple, mango with you tiao, tau pok and some bean sprouts mixed in a thick rojak sauce that isn’t overly sweet. The mango and pineapple tastes decent. The you tiao has some crispy bits but tau pok is rather soft and isn’t crispy. Comes topped with generous amounts of grated peanuts. Tastes quite decent and likeable.


This popiah has a chewy skin that is a little dry, wrapping up a filling containing the usual moist radish shreds, vegetables, bean sprouts and egg bits. A sweet sauce is spread on its skin before rolling up its filling, giving this popiah a sweet taste. This popiah tastes quite ordinary, but still decent.


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Rojak, Popiah & Cockle


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