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Guan Seng Carrot Cake

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Located along Telok Blangah Crescent, this stall serves Fried Carrot Cake.
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• 12 Jun 2009 • 1 review • 0 follower

carrot cake

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The best carrot cake in Singapore is Guan Kee Carrot cake @Albert Food Centre Temporary Market. The texture of the cake had d tradition flavour of my olden days, where the trishaw man used to sell fried carrot cake along the roadside. Always in my memories!
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• 24 May 2009 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Breakfast @ chong pang market

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2 stalls side by side inside the food center. i like the corner stall without dark sauce. If you go at late afternoon, next person taken over the stall and fried oyster omelette only. Also must try the fried oyster omelette and prepare for long queue during dinner time.
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• 17 May 2009 • 1 review • 0 follower

Not too bad...

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Have tired afew times,not too bad
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