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Top 3 Best Fried Carrot Cake in Singapore

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Top 3 Best Fried Carrot Cake in Singapore


Everything in the plate, from the radish, eggs, shrimp, fish sauce, sweet preserved radish (chai por), chili, sweet sauce to the sprinkled of fresh chopped spring onion, fried carrot cake simply alluring, the fragrance from a real good fried carrot cake could be addictive Not too many are good and we would recommend the following 3 carrot cake stalls that we think serve the best carrot cake in town.

Lagoon Carrot Cake

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This is always our benchmarking carrot cake stall when we make the comparison with other carrot cake stalls. We love the almost perfection of everything went into the frying of this delicacy. The perfect radish texture, the great condiment and the seasoning concocted by the chef to create the succulent heavenly taste make you yearning for more.    

Lagoon carrot cake
Address: East Coast Lagoon Food Village, 220 East Coast Parkway, #40 East Coast Park.
Operating Hours: 11.30am-11pm (opens at 8.30am on weekends and public holidays)

Chey Sua Carrot Cake

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The Carrot Cake had a yummy looking crispy brown crust that covered the actual carrot cake. The carrot cake was slightly different from the normal carrot cake, instead of being in huge chunks, the carrot cakes were cut into much tiny pieces, making it soft and easy to munch on. Another unique selling point of the carrot cake here is the use of preserved radish (Chai Por) which was on the sweet side, making the supposedly savoury dish into a rather sweet one. However, the sweetness introduced a different dimension to the carrot cake’s taste and overall still a well received delicacy.

Chey Sua Carrot Cake
Add: #02-30, Toa Payoh Market and Food Centre, Block127 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh
Tel: 98169412
Hrs: Tue – Sun: 06:00 – 13:00 Closed: Monday

Lau Goh Teochew Chye Thow Kway

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The black carrot cake was a little mushier the additional sweet sauce added to coat the radish cake with a black colour coating.

There is no difference in the way how a white or black carrot cake was fried, however, the black carrot cake somehow was crispier and that made the black carrot cake tasted real scrumptious, which could be the result of prolonged frying or the sweet sauce that made some differences. 

We know the amount of sweet sauce can make or break the dish. Peter has obviously mastered the skills of frying the black carrot cake, the perfect sweetness in the cake and the slight crispiness and the char on the carrot cake truly make a remarkable taste that was tantalizing to the taste buds.

Lau Goh Teochew Chye Thow Kway
Address: 70 Zion Road, Stall 26
Zion Riverside Food Centre
Opening hours: Mon to Sat 12pm – 2pm and 7pm – 11pm;
Sun 10am – 3pm and 6pm – 11pm.
Closed on Tuesday

iEat&Eat Team

iEat&Eat Team

iEat&Eat Team is made up of a team with an undying passion for good food and photography. We are determined to explore and showcase the best local and international delights that Singapore has to offer. With the never-ending myriad of restaurants, food kiosks and cafes sprouting up all over the island, we promise you won’t be bored!

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