There has never been a time when a queue isn’t spotted in front of this corner stall at Whampoa Makan Place and hence I knew I had to try it out.

There were hits and misses in this plate; while the portion of each ingredient was reasonable, it would have been better if the fried chicken wing was hot and had a crispy batter, and if the otak was more lemak. What stood out was the sambal belacan, although sweeter than spicy, yet not losing its kick. The rice had a fragrant coconut milkiness which was a perfect match to the sambal belacan, and am glad to see that it wasn’t overdosed with green colouring!