It is almost impossible to find Rickshaw Noodles in Singapore anymore, a dish that is dated back to the early days of Singapore. Fortunately enough, 70 years old Madam Soh Pho Tee of Zhong Guo Jie Re Shi (Rickshaw Noodles) is still selling the heritage dish at her food stall at Maxwell Food Centre. The stall is first started by Madam Soh Pho Tee's mother back in 1943. This means the stall has a history of 73 years!
Rickshaw Noodles 3/5
Madam Soh has recently raised the price of the Rickshaw Noodles from 80 cents to $1, due to increasing foodo cost. For a dollar, you get a bowl of piping hot yellow noodle that comes with dried shrimps and some sliver of greens and carrots, topped with fried shallots.
Mee Sua 3/5
Besides the rickshaw noodles, the stall also sells Mee Sua, Fried Beehoon and Fried Kway Teow. All of these at only $1 too. The bowl of Mee Sua comes with pieces of mushroom, chicken and topped with fried shallot.
Ngoh Hiang 3/5
To complete your meal, you may want to pick from the array of Ngoh Hiang. I picked 5 items and it only cost me $1.90. Imagine my meal only worked out to be only $3.90!
Zhong Guo Jie Re Shi (Rickshaw Noodles)
Maxwell Food Centre
1 Kadayanallur Street
Nearest MRT: Tanjong Pager (EW Line)
Mon-Thu, Sat-Sun: 630am - 130pm
(Closed on Fri)
1) Alighat at Tanjong Pager MRT station. Take Exit B. Turn left onto Maxwell Road. Walk down Maxwell Road. Walk to destination. Journey time about 10 minutes. [Map]