Russell W •
02 Jul 2013 • 12 reviews • 0 follower
Having tried many different stalls selling Cai Tau Kway (Fried Carrot Cake), this stall definitely left a very memorable impression that makes me craving for more.
The queueing and serving took about 5 minutes, which was pretty impressive, considering the amount of customers they served at that point of time.
I ordered both the white and black types of Fried Carrot Cake.
The black sauce they used was slightly too much, but nonetheless, it still tasted delicious though I was left pretty thirsty halfway through the meal! The texture of the fried carrot cake was rather spongy and not soggy, which made biting it really pleasant.
This one wasn't fried together with dark sauce but still, when dipped into chili sauce provided, it was fantastic! I could taste the authenticity of this traditional dish right exploding right in my mouth. But still, in my personal opinion, I still prefered the black one.
Overall, the dishes were rather oily, they need to use less oil. But quantity and quality wise, it tasted awesome and the amount served was much more than I expected.
A must-try, definitely!