Father & Son Carrot Cake has $2.80 chai tow kway in Admiralty
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Inflation has affected the prices of most hawker dishes, and fried carrot cake is no exception. As such, it’s nice to see a hawker stall such as Father & Son Carrot Cake in Kampung Admiralty Hawker Centre offering a plate from just $2.80. In this economy, that’s a godsend.
While this isn’t Father & Son Carrot Cake’s only outlet—the more well-known one is in Bukit Panjang—it’s the one with the lower prices. You’ll find many affordable food options among the 43 stalls in Kampung Admiralty Hawker Centre, which is just a three-minute walk from Admiralty Hawker Centre.
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Again, a plate of black or white chai tow kway here starts from $2.80, with the largest portion you can get being $5. If you prefer to have a combination of both black and white, AKA yuan yang, you can go for the Mixed Carrot Cake (from $4).
Image credit: Bukit panjang Father & Son Carrotcake
Those looking for a heartier meal can opt for the Fried Kway Teow w/ Cockles (from $4), which features silky and smoky kway teow and reasonably fresh cockles.
Reviews of the stall have been mixed. Some patrons have noted that the carrot cake here has pretty good wok hei, while others have remarked that the standard of food has dropped over time. Still though, if you’re looking for a cheap plate of carrot cake, Father & Son Carrot Cake is worth a shot.
Address: 676 Woodlands Drive 71, #02-18, Kampung Admiralty Hawker Centre, Singapore 730676
Opening hours: Fri-Wed 6am to 2pm, 4:30pm to 8pm
Father & Son Carrot Cake is not a halal-certified eatery.
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