The steam chicken rice is very fragrant and one can just eat it without the chicken too. However, I find the rice a little oily which is not too healthy. The fragrance lingers in the mouth. The chicken is tender and smooth. I think the serving of the chicken could be more. The chilli is spicy and well-made and goes well with the chicken.
This stall serves good tau suan. The soya bean is very well-cooked and you could see distinct grains of them. It is thick and viscous which is what it should appear. As such, the dessert can be filling too. The level of sweetness is just right which make it a delectable dessert. The stall is generous with the you tiao too.
The prawn chee cheong fun is certainly a good breakfast to have. The chee cheong fun is smooth and tender. Importantly, it is not very thick too. Thus, one does not get sick of it. Together with the fresh prawn and sweet soya sauce, it is a delicious dish as the chee cheong fun itself is tasteless actually. Additionally, there is also sesame seed and sesame oil.
This is my favourite stall for minced meat noodles. It is very well-known for soup minced meat noodle instead of the dried ones. There is always a long queue for it. The noodles are very springy and very well-cooked. The soup base is very sweet and does not make one thirsty after drinking too. There are lots of minced meat and meat balls given too. The meat balls are fresh and chewy. Usually I will order the $3 serving as the small one at $2.50 is not enough.
Rojak is one of my favourite snacks. The you tiao and fried beancurd is very crispy and the serving is generous. The taste of the prawn paste was mixed well. It is neither too salty nor spicy. The peanut gratings enhanced the taste of the items in the rojak. There are also cucumber, turnip, beansprouts and pineapple. Thus there are actually some healthy food amongst the fried stuff in rojak.