Singaporeans love their fried carrot cake (also known as Chai Tow Kway). Radish cubes fried with garlic, preserved radish (chye poh) and a generous dose of eggs, this greasy hawker staple is not the most healthy dish to have, but it certainly hits the spot when you’re having a cheat day.
Whether you’re a fan of the white (crispy on the outside and melt-in-your mouth on the inside) or the black (sweet, sticky and moist) version, check out our list of carrot cake stalls that have been given the thumbs up by our editors as well as food writers. The choices here will definitely satiate your cravings.
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