When we visited on a Monday evening, the other stall with a really long queue was the Boon Tong Kee Kway Chap stall! Do be prepared to queue at least 20 minutes for it, and it may be even longer on weekends.

We ordered the kway chap and it comes with a bowl of rice sheets in a herbal broth. We really liked the broth as the herbal flavour was pretty pronounced and we thought the medicinal taste was interesting since most kway chap serve the noodles in a soy-based broth that is noticeably saltier. This dish is definitely not for you if you don't like herbal soups. Also, don't be deceived by the serving size because even though the bowl looks small, there is a lot of rice noodles in one bowl and it can be really filling!

The braised duck and pig innards are served in a separate side dish and the portion was fairly generous. There was quite a large amount of duck meat and pig intestines too, although we felt that the duck meat could be softer.

You should pair the meat with the chilli sauces provided. There are two chilli sauces: the darker one is sweeter whereas the one that is bright-red is spicier (it is very spicy in fact). Take your pick although we personally prefer the spicier chilli, as it really adds a lot of flavour and it can even help you to mask the taste of the innards to some extent!