If you want to pack yourself with delicious carbo, fried stuff such as Chinese sausages, luncheon meat and deep fried prawn rolls but complemented with stir-fried vegetables, and sometimes a hint of sinful lard bits with a dose of special sauce which wet your tongue with moisture as you slurp the fried kway teow and mee, then Holland V Fried Beenhoon is the place to go.
I have been visiting this place, on and off, for the last ten years. The good thing about writing for them is that you know that they will still remain at this place until the end of their generation, or if someone fortunate and reluctant to take over this hard-worked family business, which will toil you as early as in the wee hours of the morning. Writing for them is as worth as the loyalty of their die-hard fans such as myself whom have been visiting them regularly even when I stay further away from Holland V.
The difference that separates them apart from the traditional fried noodles is the special secret sauce that makes the noodle moist and tasty. Hence the taste is not oily and will not leave you feeling lethargic for the rest of the day. If you tried it with the cuts of green chili, it just makes you crave for more.
They have started humbly without the rest of the fried stuff, and yet, the humble fried noodle, less the presentation, remains consistent in taste. The stall has attracted people from all races and different nationalities. And do not be surprise if you see a line of early-bird customers, queuing for one of the few stalls which open early just to serve their loyal customers.