We all love fried carrot cakes don’t we? It is the best thing you have ever eaten when you put that first spoonful of carrot cake into your mouth and start chewing.
If it is good, you usually float to Heaven and back with that first mouthful. We scout the island for the 10 best carrot cakes in Singapore so that you can experience that heavenly feel with every mouthful of carrot cake the next time you visit these stalls.
Fu Ming Carrot Cake
This is the best black carrot cake ever. It has wok hei (the smell of getting fried to just about to burn) and it shines like a diamond in the light of day. The taste is great and the carrot cake is almost mochi-like.
The only bad thing about this is the tiny portion. You got to eat something else alongside with this in order to get a full stomach. Oh, and the black carrot cake is the best.
Address: Blk 85 Redhill Lane, #01-49 Redhill Food Centre Singapore 150085
Opening hours: Mon – Sat: 3pm to 1am Sun: 6am to 1am, closed on Thursday
Price: $2 onwards
Ghim Moh Carrot Cake
This black carrot cake has its cube even and firm even after frying and some of the cubes are also caramelised to give it a crusty bite. The portion is also not much but you can order the $3 one to fill up your stomach and your craving!
Address: 6 Jalan Bukit Merah, ABC Brickworks #01-140 Singapore 150006
Opening Hours: Early morning – 9pm, closed on Monday Price:
Ke Shuang Xing Fried Carrot Cake
Both the black and white version of carrot cake here are delicious. The black sauce version is caramelised on the outside to give it a crusty bite, but the sweetness ends there. The carrot cake itself is not sweet, which makes the taste of this black carrot cake really good.
The white version has chunky carrot cake cubes covered in egg and has a fragrance of dried shrimp when you bite into it.
Address: 861 North Bridge Road, North Bridge Road Market and Hawker Centre #01-104 Singapore 198783
Opening hours: 6am to 6pm, closed on Monday
Price: $2 onwards
85 Bedok North Fried Oyster
The carrot cake here comes in big chunks to ensure your stomach is filled. The black one has a balanced taste with a mild sweetness that is not cloying while the white version comes with plenty of eggs done just right with the perfect amount of browning.
Address: Blk 85 Bedok North St 4, #01-10 Fengshan Market & Food Centre Singapore 460085
Opening hours: 4pm – 2am daily
Le Yi Shi Fried Carrot Cake
The carrot cake here comes in big rectangle chunks which are value for money. This stall uses a lot of garlic to fry, so it smells really good. The black version comes with a mild sweetness that is pleasant on the palate while the white version is savoury and has a layered taste to it.
Address: 93 Toa Payoh Lorong 4, #01-38 Toa Payoh Lorong 4 Hawker Centre, Singapore 310093
Opening hours: 5am – 1.30pm Closed on Monday
Price: $2.50 / $3
Lagoon Carrot Cake
This stall allows you to order both the black and white version in the same plate (called Yuan Yang). It is really delicious with big firm pieces of carrot cake coated with eggs and fried to perfection. The prawns add a delicious seafood taste to the carrot cake and give it more oomph. The black version is damp but not wet and gives a pleasant mild sweetness when you bite into it.
Address: 1220 East Coast Parkway #01-40 East Coast Lagoon Food Village Singapore 468960
Opening hours: 11am – 11pm
Price: $6 onwards (with prawns and relatively big portion)
Stall 36 Chomp Chomp Carrot Cake
This stall has got the famous wok hei too. The black version comes with eggs still crispy and a mild sweet taste. The white one is good too even though it could do with more cai por. Both of them are best eaten with the chilli provided, which is a little sourish (suspected lemon is added) with a mild spiciness that appeals to the general public.
Address: 20 Kensington Road Chomp Chomp Food Centre Stall 36 Singapore 557269
Opening hours: 5.30pm – midnight, closed alternate Tuesday
Price: $3 / $5
Xin Ji Fried Carrot Cake
This carrot cake has something really special in it. You can actually taste the radish in the firm chunky bites of cake. Besides, both the black and white versions are drier than the rest and there is wok hei. The eggs are also plentiful and do not compromise the taste of the overall product.
Address: Blk 22 Toa Payoh Lorong 7 #01-60 Kim Keat Palm Market & Food Centre Singapore 310022
Opening hours: 9am – 2pm Closed on Wednesday and Thursday
Hua Li Fried Carrot Cake
This is near to the Singapore-Malaysia customs, so you can consider stopping by for carrot cake before going to JB for a day of shopping. The black carrot cake here is more delicious than your average carrot cake, but it is cut into really small bites and is very sweet to taste.
You might be better off taking the white carrot cake, which is amazing. There is a faint fragrance of oyster in the carrot cake and shreds of carrots to balance out the bitterness of the wok hei.
Address: Blk 4A, Woodlands Centre Road, #02-34 Woodlands Centre Road Food Centre, Singapore 731004
Opening hours: 9am – 7pm Closed on Tuesday
Seng Kee Carrot Cake
This stall only serves white carrot cakes and they fried the carrot cake into chunky block that resemble a cake as we know it. The carrot cake is eggy and crispy and has a lot of cai por, which is really yummy.
Address: 51 Upper Bukit Timah Road, #02-182 Bukit Timah Market and Food Centre, Singapore 588215
Opening hours: 7.30am – 11pm Closed on Thursday
That’s it folks, now you know the secret of the best carrot cake in Singapore, go forth and enjoy!
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