We came here on an early Saturday evening and the place was packed! I hadn't been back here since the food centre underwent its upgrading. It's totally unrecognisable. But never mind, hubby knew which stall to go for. The Chinese stall for sambal BBQ stingray was supposed to be good (well, in those days). It was all right, although the meat did not seem to absorb the BBQ aroma or have any burnt caramelised edges - it tasted more like steamed stingray with sambal sauce poured on top. And for some reason, the chili kept churning in my tummy the rest of the evening (dang pregnancy!)
I also couldn't resist going for the tauhu telor (fried tower of tofu & egg) from stall no. 5. I love tauhu telur but found out hubby doesn't. Anyway, this one is not bad, it arrived crispy and piping hot (prepared on order, not like some that are left sitting there in some display case). But it was such a grease-bomb that I could not finish it. Some mouthfuls of the egg simply burst into oil. Good sauce though, not unlike tasty rojak sauce.
Hubby had satay from stall no. 9 (I hope I have the order of the numbers correct). He liked the well-marinated satay on its own - the beef was fairly tasty but a bit tough for me. However, beware the peanut sauce: it was so bland that if you dip your satay in it, it will mask all taste of the meat.
We were too full at the end to go for the famous chng tng. Oh well.