The die-die must try at this nasi lemak stall is their chicken wing. For a packet of rice with chicken wing, egg, ikan bilis and otah, it’ll cost you S$3.90.
I had the honors of tasting the food here on 6 Oct 2007 and what we had were:- 1 fried chicken drumstick, 1 fried chicken wing, 1 piece of otah (this is the big version, not the teensy weensy kind you get at the usual stall), a tablespoon of ikan bilis with peanuts, 3 pieces of kuning (a kind of small fish which is very popular with nasi lemak), 1 fried egg (sunny side up) and 1 piece of luncheon meat with 2 plates of rice (normal portion) and these cost us S$8.70! But my friend and I gave the thumbs up for their fried chicken. The rice is also very fragrant with a coconut-y taste. Overall, great! Except for the price. 😛
Only gripe here is that it is pretty pricey for nasi lemak but hey, where else can you get delicious nasi lemak at ungodly hours? 😀 And oh, the queue never ends at this stall.