Excellent soft moist and flavourful char kway teow form the Hill St Char kway teow Stall. (All stalls mentioned here are located in the middle section).
A nice but not special hokkien stir fried prawn noodle from the prawn noodle stall.
Awesome fishball noodles - fishballs are light, very bouncy with a great ripping texture, mee pok noodles (flat tagliatelle light wheat noodles) are superb, perfect point of tender and resilience. From the fishball noodle soup stall with the long lines. I prefer getting the dry style noodles with the soup on the side.
Cuttlefish and kangkong is a dish one would very rarely see outside Singapore and Malaysia. Essentially a salad with cooked cuttlefish, kang kong, julienned cucumber and other vegetables, slices of fried bean curd/tofu (this particular variety is called tau pok) with a reddish sweet sauce (likely made from fermented beans and/or red wine mash) and topped with ground peanut. The version form the stall with the long lines here is excellent.