This stall sells only yang chow fried rice and each portion is S$3. The rice is fried beautifully and comes with char siew (pork), prawns, egg and a sprinkle of spring onions. Each rice grain is coated with the egg, making the rice very fragrant.
You can choose to add a side dish for 50 cents each: choose from fried egg, fried ikan bilis (small fish) or hae bee hiam (dried shrimp).
Ask for extra sambal belachan (a kind of chilli paste) if you are a huge fan of spicy food.