This stall is on Level 2. Unfortunately, I don't have the stall number but if you're there during peak meal times, that is 12:00-1:00pm and 6:00-7:30pm, just look for the long queue!
They are one of the few stalls in Singapore still selling chicken rice for S$2 a plate. Their chicken noodles are S$2.50 per plate. I would rate their soya sauce chicken as on par with their more expensive competition in Upper Cross Street, just a stone's throw away.
I had a plate of chicken rice $2, additional roasted pork (crispy and delicious!) $1 and a plate of bean sprouts $2. I was given a small bowl of soup (a bit bland but helps to wash down the meal :-).
I'd say it's very good value for money. During my queuing, I saw a Japanese couple studying the stall's food and prices and I encouraged them to try (with the help of some sign language..) and I noticed that they did. When I finished my lunch, I saw them near the front of the line. I'm sure they enjoyed the food.
Oh, I got a tip from a regular in the queue: if you're queuing in the evening check the chicken hanging in the glass case. Better still, ask the stall operators if they have enough chicken for everyone. The regular guy experienced queuing for more than 45 mins but the chicken had run out when it got to his turn.
For groups, you can order a whole chicken for $14 and