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I have tried set 2 ($3.40) before a few of year ago but the taste for rice still remain the same. The chicken still crispy and crunchy after a while.

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Always a steady queue at this stall. They also serves hokkien mee and penang char kway teow as well.

$5 portion, with crispy fried pork lard bits on the side. Kway Teow was very good, flavourful. Cockles were fresh.

San Xi stall served an unique plate of chicken rice here, as they are accompanied with lots of taugeh at the bottom as well as a bowl of warm soup.

For the bigger size, you get a decent portion of chicken meat. Their steamed chicken really soft and not too dry.

First ever chicken rice birthday cake

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Only opens in the morning. Kovan chee kueh is quite a popular store here. The cai po was great.

Eating chee kueh always presents a common obstacle for all, that u have to ration your cai po so that you have enough for your last pieces of chee kueh.

For 20cents, u can ask for additional cai po, which I highly recommend to add, so u can enjoy your chee kueh without worrying that your cai po not enough.

So hard to get to eat this store, early morning always crowded, long queue, by 11am, closed liao, cannot eat for lunch.

So finally, the chance presented itself, and this truly is the better stores here at BMFC.

Char Siew has very good fat ratio to eat.