The flour bits were crispy yet moist on the outside and chewy on the inside. They did not clump together as one lump of thick flour piece, neither was it overcooked till they were too dry like some other stalls. The owner had diligently cut them up with his spatula while frying the order on the spot.
Here's a close up of the dish. Look at how juicy and fresh the oysters are, an indication of the quality of food served. Best eaten when sizzling hot and when the crispiness is still there!
An empty plate and you can still see the wetness of the dish.