Located at the far corner on the second floor at #02-03, a colleague who had tried this stall had recommended us to try the wanton mee from here. When we reached, i found out that they had a wide variety of other options including Laksa yong tau foo, chicken feet noodles, fried chicken cutlet noodles and also curry chicken mee.
On separate occasions I decided to have the wanton noodles, fried cutlet noodles with curry and the laksa yong tau foo and found them all very satisfying.
The serving portions are adequate, and the prices reasonable (from $3 onwards).
The wanton mee ($3) is the traditional sort with thin noodles that easily soak up the dark, slightly sweet sauce, and wantons that are large, juicy and tender. What impressed me most was their char siew- it was roasted to perfection- crisp on the outer, tender and chewy and just the right bit of sweetness on the inside.
The laksa yong tau foo was the winner in my opnion- with laksa gravy that is rich, full of flavour and sufficiently spicy, and yong tau foo that is unique, for $3.5 I felt this meal was really worth what I had paid.