The queue is forever there at this stall. If you do not see a queue, please do not be too happy. It means that they have either sold out their porridge or they are not open at all. 😛
A S$2 bowl of porridge gets you chunks of meat (either fish or chicken; your choice) and lots of spring onion and seasame seeds as topping for your porridge. A must try at this stall is also their yu sheng (raw fish slices). A small one is S$3 and they are not stingy with the slices. The fish slices come in a plate that is covered totally with fried shallots, ginger slices, seasame seeds and spring onions.
The best part that I love about this stall is that I can get plain porridge for less than S$1 and add yu sheng as a side dish.