If you’re someone who can eat maggi mee for breakfast, lunch and dinner (even though you really shouldn’t), you’re going to love this new spot—it’s Singapore’s first maggi-inspired restaurant!
Opened by the folks behind the popular Muslim-owned establishment, Royz Et Vous comes Magg, and it’s not your average maggi-centric joint. All their maggi mee dishes are elevated with premium meats and seafood like beef brisket, duck, striploin, scallops, jumbo prawns, clams, mussels and even lobster and more for that extra nutrition.
Chicken & Cheese Arrabbiata, $15.90
Maggi Goreng Basah, $18.90
Miso Beef Shortplate, $15.90
Maggi lovers can look forward to a slew of different fusion maggi dishes inspired by various cuisines like Western, Japanese, Korean, Thai and Malay. Prices for noodles start from $12.90 and range from individual portions, to sharing platters. Choose from options like Miso Beef Shortplate ($15.90), Chicken & Cheese Arrabbiata ($15.90), Lemak Chilli Padi Duck ($15.90), Maggi Goreng Basah ($18.90), Whole Seabass Tom Yam ($28.90) and more.
Seafood Jumbo Platter, $159.90
But one of the star dishes on the menu has definitely got to be their jumbo maggi platters that could probably feed a small village and is piled high with either assorted seafood or meat! The Seafood Jumbo Platter ($159.90) comes packed with a mountain of seafood like giant prawns, scallops, mussels, squid, clams and even an entire lobster! Seafood fanatics will definitely love this one, and you can even dip the various seafood items into their house-made spicy sauces for some extra kick.
Premium Beef Striploin, $15.90
Crispy Squid Legs, $9.90
Smoked Duck Skewers, $10.90
Chicken Skewers, $7.90
Fried Mantou with Pandan Custard, $8.90
For the carnivores, you can opt for the Meat & Chicken Jumbo Platter ($159.90) instead, which comes with whole slabs of beef striploin, beef brisket, duck, chicken, sausages and more. Each Jumbo Platter is good for up to 6 persons, so bring the pack along if you want to conquer it! If all that maggi isn’t enough for you, Magg also has plenty of other sides to suit your fancy, including Premium Beef Striploin ($15.90), Crispy Squid Legs ($9.90), Corn Cheese ($6.90), White Clams in Dashi ($8.90) and Smoked Duck Skewers ($10.90), to name a couple.
Magg shares the same space occupied by Royz Et Vous’ other Muslim-friendly concept, Indobowl, along Sultan Gate. Magg takes the instant noodles you already love and takes it to the next level and that’s why we think it’s a great spot for if you’re looking for some comforting noodles but are down to try different variations with a unique twist too! Their jumbo and sharing platters are also worth the money, especially if you’re coming in larger groups.
Must-try dish (s): Maggi Goreng Basah, Fried Mantou with Pandan Custard
Address: 29 Sultan Gate, Singapore 198477
Opening Hours: Sunday-Friday, 12pm-4pm & 5pm-10pm; Saturday, 12pm-10pm