The chicken skin was very crispy and almost crunchy like pork rind, and ungreasy. The chicken wing was also crispy outside, and fairly tender inside. The flavour was overall moderately salty, and somewhat one dimensional with tinge of spice layering.
The plate of Fried Black Carrot Cake is pretty decent with sweet-tasting black sauce and natural egg sweetness. The carrot cake is run of the mill type but good enough for a simple breakfast if you want to fill a portion of your stomach.
Chris Kway Chap, one of the popular Stalls to fix your craving.
Very cheap carrot cake with prices starting at $2. Both the white and the black carrot cake were very crispy. The white had a good rice fragrance, while the black was really sweet and charred (at areas to a crisp), and tasted like the old school carrot cake I had when I was young, at the old Commonwealth Crescent Market.
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There might be other stalls closer to home that sell carrot cake sticks, but I would hands-down make the journey all the way to Bedok for Chai Chee Cai Tou Guo because these are really some of the crispiest carrot cake sticks I’ve ever had.
I think children will love the Prawn Paste Chicken here. Not only is it juicy, but it is also incredibly crispy. However, I prefer the prawn paste flavour to be more distinct.
I don't mind returning back to the same place for a bowl of Kolo Mee again should I have any cravings for it.
Humble, simple dish yet so satisfying.