This no-frills stall on the second storey of Berseh Food Centre is one of the few existing places in Singapore that still sells oyster cakes, a traditional Fuzhou snack. A circular, palm-sized amount of batter is first topped with ingredients before being lowered into the boiling hot oil. Once cooked, the uncle pours another layer of batter to seal the ingredients before flipping it over to fry. The Regular ($1.80), which is recognisable by the peanuts studding the batter, comes loaded with oysters, minced meat and one prawn encased in a flavourful crispy pancake. Tastemaker Wei Zhi Chiang was pleasantly surprised to find that the oyster cake was not greasy at all and stayed fluffy on the inside. Pro tip: Request for more ingredients ("jia liao", $2.30), to guarantee a freshly fried one with more prawns and oysters!
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Wei Zhi Chiang