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Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Buffet / All You Can Eat, Larger Groups, Eating Outdoors, Late Night Food, Families with Kids, Drinks
Good food and great variety. Service was acceptable. Convenient location.
Food was decent. Service charge and GST were added to the bill (although this was not stated on the menu). Do not come during off-peak hours, the air conditioner is not turned on until peak hours and the entire place was very warm and stuffy. Unfortunately, due to this reason, I couldn't wait to leave.
very good experience will visit next time with more friends and family
A lot of Liang Seah Street is changing these days, so it’s good to know you can still find somewhere that does things the old way at Maggie Thai & Chinese Restaurant – well, almost. This cosy, friendly eatery with colourful walls has been dishing up delicious versions of Thai, Chinese and other Asian classics since 1998, and their experienced staff are some of the most learned in Bugis when it comes to time-tested Chinese and Thai culinary traditions. However, Maggie Thai & Chinese Restaurant are not afraid of mixing things up, and there are definitely some tweaks to the menu with the particular palate of Singapore local residents in mind.
Take, for example, the incredible Thai assam fish head, something that is simultaneously unquestionably Thai and uniquely Singaporean. Another Singapore special worth a go here on Liang Seah Street are the variations of juicy crustaceans, like chilli crab, black pepper crab and salted egg crab. For the old school Thai and Chinese standards, though, we recommend starting with something simple but delicious in the salted egg prawn roll, then enjoy the super healthy and even more tasty Thai lime steamed fish, which is surely the best incarnation of this Thai favourite to be found in Bugis.