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Awards and Titles
Michelin's Bib Gourmand (2019)
Opening Hours
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Tue - Sun
06:30 - 13:00
Payment Methods
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Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Food-Stand/Chey-Sua-Carrot-Cake-581344545264358/
Signature Dishes
Chey Sua Carrot Cake
Review (18)
Level4 2016-04-19
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The chance is here! And this time round I was here on a weekday morning in Toa Payoh for a plate of so called one of the best carrot cake in Singapore. In the past I was there in the evening and was rather disappointed as by the time I was there, Chey Sua Carrot Cake Stall was already closed for the business day.There was no queue in front of the stall which caught me by surprised and immediately i went up and order a medium portion at $3 but was asked for a table number. They provide the service to your table and no wonder there was no queue to be seen.They are one of the few carrot cakes stall left that insist in preparing their own carrot cake from the scratch instead of adopting the factory packed carrot cake. And if you are looking for traditional taste like this, Chey Sua Carrot Cake may suits the list.Though most of the Carrot Cake comes in white or Black version, for Chey Sua, their default will be white. I was absolutely surprise when the lady took my order over. Carrot cake was fried to crisp and you can see the distinctively layer and amount of eggs used. The combination of crispiness and softness of their carrot cake was heavenly. Not forgetting about the consistent use of chai bor that had been mixed with the carrot cake, elevating its taste. Unlike the usual carrot cakes we had in rectangular and cube shapes, theirs remind me of Korean Kimchi Pancake.Spelling another difference in their carrot cake will be the style of chilli used. If you realised, chilli was only a final touchup on the exterior crisp layer. The uniqueness of Chey Sua Carrot Cake had really won my heart! I don't mind travelling here in the morning for a plate of this again! continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-04
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I realized one thing lately, Carrot Cake was not nice when eating alone but fabulous if shared it with colleagues. Placed our order and told the boss our table’s number, the waiting time was about 20 minutes.Ultimate recipe, I prefer the white version which was flat and neat. Chopped into tiny pieces, it was then pan-fried until crispy with eggs. The boss insisted to have their own steamed rice cake, the texture was better than the factory-made. Paired with salty radishes, the chunks were even tastier with the chilli. She ordered a plate and the portion was all right for three of us. Only $2.00, it was affordable for sure. continue reading
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Level3 2013-11-03
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My wife will also order the carrot cake from this stall whenever we go to the market. Its pan fried till the outer layer is crispy. The chili makes the carrot cake taste nicer with a bit of a sweet after taste. This stall have been invited to Singapore Day in Sydney. That shows how famous it is among Singaporeans. They are open only in the morning and closes at about 1pm. continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-26
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I had to wait about 30min for my order and the person selling the carrot cake wasnt very friendly. the carrot cake was good though, texture was just right, not too crispy and not too soft, fresh and flavourful. price was also reasonable at 3 bucks for quite a large plate. overall i like it just that the waiting time was a bit too long, I suggest you could order other food first while waiting. continue reading
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Level3 2013-08-01
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Whenever I had a craving for carrot cake, I will always think of Chey Sua carrot cake. What's so different about them is that their carrot cake is made from scratch. I like the way which it is served in a large chunk which is similar to the concept of a pancake. The outer layer is pan-fried till crispy while it is soft and moist in the inside. Lastly, this plate of carrot cake only costs $2. continue reading
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