Tag Archive: Best Fried Carrot Cake

Song Zhou Luo Buo Gao – Black Carrot Cake Champion Of The East

12 April

It’s said that food is a highly emotional affair so if it’s a question of where sells the best rendition of a Singapore hawker delight, it probably takes a lot of self-control to maintain a calm debate. One local favourite that could spark off such a heated discussion is the humble chye tow kway (fried carrot cake). To say which stall can satisfy the toughest tongue is a challenge...

Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre – 6 Stalls You Die Die Need To Try

12 March

A relatively unknown hawker centre located in the Southern part of Singapore, Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre is one which we recently found out, houses a myriad of terrific food stalls. We fell in love with the nasi lemak from Noordima Malay Food Stall and found ourselves sorely addicted to the black carrot cake from Guan Seng Carrot Cake If it’s...

Jing Jing — Fried Carrot Cake At Only $2.50 That Are Worth The Calories

8 December

One thing that Singaporeans find hard to resist is a solid plate of fried carrot cake. This classic, local delight can be found at almost any hawker centre in Singapore and is our go-to dish when whenever we crave something greasy and full of egg. Every hawker cooks their carrot cake differently, and some places sell either black carrot cake,...

7 Fried Carrot Cakes In Singapore So Good, It Can Become Our National Dish

13 October

Speak to any Singaporean and ask them what the national dish of Singapore is and you’ll likely be bombarded with a whole list of hawker food delights, be it the humble chicken rice or char kway teow. While all these are surely considered to be Singaporeans’ fondest dishes, fried carrot cake—or better known as cai tow kuay amongst many—is undeniably...

7 Local Hawker Dishes That Epitomise The Term “Wok Hei”

21 September

If you are a Singaporean, let alone Chinese, and you still don’t know what the term “wok hei” refers to, then you need to buckle up and read this article because you are missing out on some very important information. In Chinese, the term wok hei translates to, “breath of the wok”, which might sound dramatic (as all Chinese sayings...