Straight forward signage and naming, Fried Carrot Cake 菜头果 at Bishan, its hard not to notice, since its right at the corner of the coffee shop it resides in. We shall do a food review of their black and white carrot cakes.
Their white carrot was fried marvelously, ample greasiness yet achieving crispiness and subtle wok-hey at the right spots. Eggs were added generously and seasoned amply. Cai por or preserved radish were in abundance, as every bite had a pleasant crunch in them, savoury and satisfying.
Black carrot cake were comparable in terms of satisfaction, apart from the sweet dark sauce added for the caramalization on the service. Ain’t the gooey and messy sort, but rather dry with ample seasoning.
Our pet peeves were perhaps the kways and seasoning. Kways that they use were lacking in bite or firmness. Ain’t exactly the best we had for it was probably factory made, but chunk sizing was perfect. Seasoning although sufficient, but could do with alittle more.
Pricing starts from $3.20 / $4 / $5, and their portion for a small order was sufficient and generous, considering the rapid raise in cost.
Whether white or black carrot cake, Bishan Fried Carrot Cake was sufficient to satisfy our palates with tasty and filling carrot cakes.
6am – 1pm Daily
150A Bishan Street 11, Singapore 571150