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Hai Sheng Carrot Cake

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Hai Sheng Carrot Cake sells white carrot cake.
+65 90035259
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Lunch (5 votes), After Work (4 votes), Brunch (4 votes)
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Decent Fried Carrot Cake at Ang Mo Kio

It has been some time since I last came to this hawker centre in Ang Mo Kio. My colleagues had wanted Yong Tau Foo and we came to a stall in this hawker centre. I mentioned that the fried carrot cake was not bad and my colleague promptly went to order a plate after he finished his noodles. He ordered the $2 white version without chilli. The carrot cake base was cut into small cubes, about 0.5cm wide, and pan fried before the pickled radish and egg is added. Taste wise, the carrot cake is decent. An interesting sight is the wide rectangular flat pan, about 2m x 1m, which allows two person to stand side by side to fry the carrot cake to order.

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• 25 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Standard drop

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We patronize this stall for the longest time, loved the crispiness. But standard has dropped significantly, and the stall owner's attitude is bad. Both gave me face when I asked for more chilli.
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• 23 Jan 2015 • 339 reviews • 2 followers

Decent Fried Carrot Cake at Ang Mo Kio

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It has been some time since I last came to this hawker centre in Ang Mo Kio. My colleagues had wanted Yong Tau Foo and we came to a stall in this hawker centre. I mentioned that the fried carrot cake was not bad and my colleague promptly went to order a plate after he finished his noodles. He ordered the $2 white version without chilli. The carrot cake base was cut into small cubes, about 0.5cm wide, and pan fried before the pickled radish and egg is added. Taste wise, the carrot cake is decent. An interesting sight is the wide rectangular flat pan, about 2m x 1m, which allows two person to stand side by side to fry the carrot cake to order.
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• 20 Sep 2013 • 15 reviews • 0 follower

All time favourite

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Carrot cake is tasty and not too oily. The stall owner is very generous in adding eggs and salted vegetables. The chilli is not too spicy.
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