Hawker's Delight seemed like the most highly-recommended Singaporean place in town. It also showed up at the top of an industry insiders poll for cheap eats and was the cheapest place we ate on our trip.
We got there around 2:00 on Friday, it was more than half full, got busier while we were eating. Again I was disappointed that they didn't have curry mee, char kway teow, or coconut rice.
These vegetable rolls were on display at the order window so I got them (2 for $1.75).
Char kway teow ($7-8?) had no wok hay. It was OK but I wouldn't order it again, let alone go out of my way for it.
My companion ordered some gado-gado, it was served hot and the sauce had an unexpected note of clove or star anise or something. To my taste it should have had a lot more shrimp paste (I'm not sure it had any).
Good for the price, I'd go again if I were in the area and wanted a cheap lunch.