As embarrassing it may sound to you and me, , I could not remember the stall name now despite eating at that Laksa stall at Yuhua Food Centre for 30 years.
At this time of writing, the food centre is still under renovation but come May, I will change the post title to the actual stall name.
Like Li Chang Fishball and Hokkein Mee stalls, this Laksa stall has been around since 1985.
In fact, it is one of the pioneer stalls set-up before I and my family moved in.
I like the laksa for its thick gravy, clams and fishcakes which is pretty much the same reason why most people patonized the stall come lunch hour.
I also like the dry prawn mee boon for its thick assam, delicious prawns and mee boon topped with dried Kailan vegetables.
Besides curry chicken rice, this is my favourite Wednesday dish.
Though I cannot remember the stall name at this point of time, I can remember the stall is positioned at the far right end and dividing point between market and hawker centre.