29 Bendemeer Road
#01-35 Bendemeer Market & Food Centre
Singapore 330029

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06:30am - 04:00pm

06:30am - 04:00pm

06:30am - 04:00pm

06:30am - 04:00pm

06:30am - 04:00pm

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Special carrot cake ($4)
⭐️ 4/5 ⭐️
🍴We all know and love a good white and black carrot cake. But Yong Xiang goes one step further in their special off-menu carrot cake - mix of fried teochew kuehs! This was not only a unique but also delicious mix and once can choose which kuehs among Peng Kueh, Soon Kueh, Ku Chai Kueh etc. to combine.

Fried together with egg and dark soya sauce, it was nicely sweet and savory, with a good spicy kick from their chilli, and with subtle wok hei aroma. Instead of traditional soft radish cakes, the soft chewy dumpling skin taken to high heat gave it elements of crisp while retaining some chew. Only wish was for more fillings - radish/ shrimp / chives than skin to amp up the flavour. Definitely worth a try when in the area!

📍Yong Xiang Carrot Cake, 01-35, Bendemeer Market & Food Centre, 29 Bendemeer Road, Singapore

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The chunks of kueh have a really QQ texture. Pan-frying them gives them a pleasant smoky aroma and an addictive crisp on the skin.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/yong-xiang-carrot-cake/

Rather thick kueh skin, nothing too special. Perhaps the rendition of it fried with carrot cake would be a tastier bite.

Don't sleep on this. In fact I don't know any other place that does 炒笋粿 in a carrot cake style. I must say this is really awesome for several reasons. 1. the soon kueh skin has a really QQ texture and in large pieces so you can happily chew on it. 2. extra aroma from the black sauce and the oil 3. more flavours with the egg and the radish.


Kuehs are pan fried together with carrot cake, and carrot cake have enough wok smell, craving satisfied!!

Cheap and accessible - two words you don't associate with yam paste.