Whenever my taxi is in the vicinity of Sengkang area, in the north-eastern part of Singapore, I would crave to have my favorite dish of Mee Siam, a dish of thin rice noodles (vermicelli) in spicy, sweet and sour light gravy. It's a popular one-dish meals in both Malay and Chinese version.
Inevitably, I would drive straight to Block 401, Hougang Ave. 10. For the uninitiated, you would probably not be able to locate the stall instantly because it's tucked in front of a larger stall selling assorted Chinese rojak ( Gou Yong Hei Pei ) under a sighboard " Eng Teck Nasi Lemark". The excellent flavor of the Mee Siam would definitely compensates for the difficulty in locating this stall, which has no signboard.