I first read about this stall in ieatishootipost. It is run by a young man (who seems to magically appear when he receives his orders from the other lady that mans the stall) and he serves thin crust pizzas here. When I was there there was a new offering - a beef salami pizza which seemed quite interesting.
His pizzas come in two sizes and are made on order. The base is tomato and there were plenty of yummy sausages, our only gripe being the insufficient cheese. The crust is really thin and the edges are crispy - but the outtermost borders were too burnt! Not packing as much flavour as Pepperoni's, but this is almost a quarter of the price. Indeed it feels like I'm having cheese and crackers, with meat.
Still although we didnt walk much from the car it was still a sweltering hot day (I'm sure by now you can sense I'm quite heat intolerant) so we had Zhao An Grass Jelly again..our second visit cos we missed the smooth gliding grass jelly alot!
Don't ask me why Kelly chose the hot version...
Its self service so although we sat very near the stall we waited and waited (cos silly us thought he'd just bring it over) but he was simply too busy. We couldnt wait to try cos this stall was selected as a Makansutra Street Food Master and we love rojak so we couldnt wait to eat the die die must try dish.
What we loved about the rojak was the extremely fragrant assam hae ko sauce. The you tiao was also extremely sweet and freshly roasted - it tastes like it was coasted with sugar bits cos it was so crispy and sweet! The slippery cuttlefish was a joy to eat with the sauce too. Heck, everything tasted very good with the sauce - the pineapples, ban guang. Kelly liked the tau pok very much. What we wished for was more generous peanuts and a larger portion - we should have just gone for the biggest one at $5! - We eventually went back to takeaway the $5 portion to bring to Sheryl's potluck.
And Kelly was really thirsty after all that salty food so she got a drink from here (totally ignoring that fruit juice stall recommended in Makansutra =p even though it had her favourite plum juice) and it was a new discovery.
The chee cheong fan here is freshly made on order and oh wow this was SUPERB! The silky smooth sheets just melt in your mouth and it was tasted so good on its own we didnt need the sambal chilli much. The prawns were extremely fresh and crunchy too. Fantastic with the light broth and the fried shallots. We're gonna come back and try the scallop chee cheong fan the next time round.
Oh but we were quite turned off by the lady cos she was really sour faced throughout the entire episode and there wasnt even any other customers to keep her busy - maybe cos she was eating her meal and hungry people arent happy people. Oh well but the food is too good we will still go back!
Then I recognised this stall, again on ieat, for its handmade fish noodles - its noodles made entirely from fish meat. Think fishballs in the form of noodles. I realise when I went back home that Citizoom Minced Fish Noodle has actually a few franchises and the original one is at Aljunied.