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Review (15)
Level4 2014-01-18
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It was a hot day and it is far too hot to eat at the hawker centre. I decided to just takeaway my lunch back home. There are quite a few carrot cake stalls in the hawker centre but I ordered from this carrot cake stall as I could see them frying the carrot cake and it looked appetitsing. I requested mine with chilli and it is added into the carrot cake and fried at the very last minute before it was dished up. The carrot cake here is fried like a pancake style as it had enough egg to coat the carrot cakes together into one block. The uncle will then it into smaller rectangular blocks and serve. I ordered the $3 portion and I think there are around 6 blocks in my takeaway order. The carrot cake is really fragrant and the taste does not disappoint as well. The carrot cake is crispy on the exterior due to the generous coating of egg surrounding the carrot cake as the carrot cake is pan fried for a while on the pan. The interior is soft but not mashy. continue reading
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Level4 2014-01-11
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This is one of the best carrot cakes i have eaten and will continue supporting.Most of the time i would only eat black carrot cake that is sweet.This carrot cake is different,this stall only sells white carrot cake.And best of all they will deliver the carrot to your table where you are seated.I always order the $3 portion which comes with generous portion of eggs and crunchy caipok.The carrot cake is nicely fried and has an crispy edge which i loves. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-06
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He zhong carrot cake $2The portion of carrot cake was reasonable for one that costs $2. It makes a light lunch or a side dish to be shared with 2 people. The carrot  cake's texture was not hard and quite soft. They were fried with eggs. There was no wok taste and The taste was rather bland, lacking of fragrance. They should appeal to people who eat healthy. After reading the reviews, I find it a disappointment after trying. continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-05
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My colleague took me to Bukit Timah Market and introduced this stall to me. I remembered I was not even hungry but I ordered anyway because it's only $2. I did not regret at all. This is the best carrot cake that I had ever tasted in my life. The carrot cake was soft and yummy inside and there were a lot of egg fried in together. On the outside it was slightly charred and giving it a bit of a crisp. All put together, the texture was so good. You must give this carrot cake a try if you are in the area. continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-11
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There are so many carrot Cake Stalls in Bukit Timah Hawker Centre, which one to choose from? Just look out for He Zhong Carrot Cake for its Original Taste, the 老字号 which was clearly indicated on its signboard. The plate of traditional delicacies comes in $2 / $3 / $5 according to their portion.Given a version between the black and white Carrot Cake, I will often go for the former for its additional fragrance and sweetness. Well, but from He Zhong, we do not have a choice as there is only one version available, the white. Their carrot cake was one of the minority seen nowadays as these spongy soft cubes were clustered together with the help of a generous spread of fried egg laid over them. Moisture content was maintained with tasty chye poh bites in between. Every bite of the carrot cake was had an infusion of Fish Sauce and Chye Poh taste. All in all, its not too oily and definitely deserve a try if you had yet eaten such a big cake that one can actually hold the whole piece up and eat them like a pizza. continue reading
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