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166 Jalan Besar
#02-34 Berseh Food Centre
Singapore 208877

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Thursday:
10:30am - 06:00pm

Friday:
10:30am - 06:00pm

Saturday:
10:30am - 06:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
10:30am - 06:00pm

Tuesday:
10:30am - 06:00pm

Wednesday:
10:30am - 06:00pm

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My first time having oyster cake. Very flavourful and It taste as good even after it has cooled off. I will be back for this yummy oyster cake soon!

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I have never not eaten at least one of these when I visit Jalan Berseh Food Centre.
“Fu Zhou Poh Hwa Oyster Cake” (stall #02-34) does the traditional Fried Oyster Cake very well. Shaped like a big round cushion, the exterior which is studded with crunchy peanuts and tiny ikan bilis, is extremely crispy while everything within remains tantalisingly moist and juicy.
What I love most about this stall is that they make their oyster cakes only upon order. However, there is no need to stand in a queue as you get a buzzer that goes off when your order is ready for collection. How thoughtful and convenient, right?
Biting into the piping hotness of a freshly fried #炸蚝饼 must be one of life’s great pleasures. As you break through the deep golden-brown crispiness, the steam that is released is rich in the intermingled aromas of oysters, prawns, minced pork and coriander. It’s the momentary tease before said ingredients storm your tastebuds and trigger a gamut of joyful facial expressions.
I highly recommend paying for extra ingredients because it amounts to only $2.50 but the additional surf and turf filling takes this humble snack to another level.

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Believe it or not, i had never tried oyster cake until recently when i chanced upon this stall at Berseh Food Centre. Shaped like an UFO, the cakes were crispy on the outside while moist and tasty on the inside with a decent amount of minced meat, prawns and oysters. Tasted great on its own and even better with the chilli!

That said, they are currently available for takeaway and also delivery for selected locations. Check out their Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/Fu-Zhou-Poh-Hwa-Oyster-Cake-403995279628755/ ) for more details.

Oyster cake with extra filling, $2.50

The cake is deep fried to golden brown perfection. Inside is packed with an oysters, prawns and minced meat.

Ask for the extra filling one because its better value money. And pro tip, ask for ikan billis toppings instead of peanuts. Then there'll be an extra burst of flavour in every bite thanks to the ikan billis on the top of the cake.

First time tried and loved it.
With the exterior crisps, inside filled with 2 prawns and 2 oyster, and topped with peanut and silverfish.
Every bite is tasty and flavourful.
💰$2.5.
📍Fu Zhou Poh Hwa Oyster Cake.
166 Jalan Besar #02-34
Berseh Food Centre.

Believe it or not, i have never tried oyster cake until yesterday when i chanced upon this stall at Berseh Food Centre. Shaped like an UFO, the cakes were crispy on the outside while moist and tasty on the inside with a decent amount of minced meat, prawns and oysters. Great on its own and even better with the chilli.

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