Singapore has plenty of delicious hawker food
and it is an enjoyable experience to visit hawker centre and savour freshly cooked meals. One stall that recently entered the Singapore hawker food scene is Mulim-owned Jab'r Grill
! If you're visiting Maxwell Food Centre, head over to this stall and try their signature, juicy skewers made from a variety of proteins with a side of fried rice and more ?
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Savour Jab'r Grill's Special Skewers, Tea Rice & Other Delicious DishesCredit: Jab'r Grill on Facebook
Thinking of juicy skewers for lunch with fried rice or noodles? Jab'r Grill
is the answer to your cravings! They specialize in skewers and for $5.50 per set, you'll get 1 stick of standard skewer with a side of base like fried rice or noodles of your choice. For their Skewer Set
, you have the option to choose the base that ranges from Fried Bee Hoon
, Oriental Fried Rice
or if you're looking to try something new, opt for the Tea Rice
that's cooked with aromatic herbs and raisins for a hint of sweetness. To top it all off, all of their fried rice and noodles are MSG-free!
Credit: Jab'r Grill on Facebook
As for the skewers, there are 6 different types of proteins you could choose from! For a spicy kick, try out the Fiery Turmeric Chicken
or you can try the unique 5-Spice Coffee Rub Chicken
which goes perfectly with a side of fried rice. Prawn lovers would be delighted to know they have juicy Lemongrass Prawns
that's cooked fresh everyday. To experience something more premium at this hawker stall, choose the Rainbow Salmon
with an additional $1! It's called rainbow because they add colourful veggies with the soft salmon to give that vibrant look. Something that meat lovers should definitely try from the premium menu is their signature and mouthwatering Garlic Wagyu Beef
! It'll be delight with every bite ?
If you're here for breakfast, enjoy their all-day breakfast menu! Jab'r Grill has the fragrant Nasi Lemak
with spicy sambal and of course, with any skewers of your choice for $4.50. You can also end your breakfast sweetly with assorted Malay kuih that they sell for $2 per packet. From kuih lapis , kuih bakar pandan to curry puffs, these kuih are perfect with a cup of coffee or tea!
: #01-25 Maxwell Food Centre, 1 Kadayanallur St, Singapore 069184
Mon - Thurs & Sat: 9am - 7pm
Sun: 9am -3 pm
Closed on Fridays.