20 Jan Carrot Cake
This is a standard Singapore dish that you’ll find at just about every hawker food center throughout the city, it is also called Chai Tow Kway. It’s a snack type of dish that also popular throughout Southeast Asia. Carrot cake in Singapore doesn’t actually contain any carrots at all, but it got its name because it’s made with daikon radish, which is a Chinese dialect can refer to both daikon radish and carrots.
Carrot Cake is made with rice flour and shreds of daikon that is formed into rice cakes, fried in lots of pork lard, and eggs.
Song Zhou Luo Bo Gao
Address: #01-18, Bedok Interchange Food Centre, 207 New Upper Changi Road
Open hours: 6:30 am – 8 pm (Monday to Saturday)
Prices: $3 SGD / plate
How to get there: Bedok MR station, the food center is just right next to the station