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One of my favourite childhood food at Maxwell Food Centre still available selling was this Oyster Cake.Unlike other Oyster cake sold at pasar malam or some hawker centre, this Oyster cake taste different.Although the skin looked burnt, this burnt looked gave the special taste to this Oyster cake. The skin was very crispy and fragrant, though it tasted slightly to the oily side. The inside of the Oyster cake was filled with marinated minced pork, generous amount of oysters, and a few prawns. The
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One of my favourite childhood food at Maxwell Food Centre still available selling was this Oyster Cake.

Unlike other Oyster cake sold at pasar malam or some hawker centre, this Oyster cake taste different.

Although the skin looked burnt, this burnt looked gave the special taste to this Oyster cake. The skin was very crispy and fragrant, though it tasted slightly to the oily side.

The inside of the Oyster cake was filled with marinated minced pork, generous amount of oysters, and a few prawns. The taste of the Oyster cake was very flavourful.

Although I found that the cheaper one without the prawns tasted better because the prawns were not marinated. It was just a cooked prawn inside the fillings, giving a crunchy bite with not much of a flavour enchancement.

Overall, I find this Oyster cake was still the best tasting as compared to other stalls in Singapore.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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