I'm a lover of dry version so naturally this is my order. However, I had a sip of le husband's soup version and decided I shall have the soup version next time I visit. The soup tastes like something cooked by mama at home, comforting and healthy (not excessively salty or MSG-ed) and very much to my liking.
Having said that, I reckon the dry version should be very popular as well with patrons looking for an omph in their meal. The chilli that looks like a dollop of sambal is actually a Chinese-style chilli with black bean flavour.
Stall owner is not stingy with ingredients and there's plenty of Minced meat balls and freshly fried Ikan bilis. It was a very satisfying meal!