This is possibly the only stall in Singapore that has a queue number board, which makes you feel like you’re visiting the doctor. The elderly hawker, Cheng Kok San, takes his time to grill the tau kwa and dough fritters, resulting in the 30-minute wait but fabulously warm rojak. The tau kwa is amazingly soft and chewy. Thrown into the mix are lime skin shreds, raw mangoes and a delicious gravy. Expect to see the tables in front of this stall filled with customers waiting for their turn to place their order. We suggest that you order something else you can nibble on while you wait for your rojak to arrive. It will be a long wait.