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Ding: Singapore’s first salted egg carrot cake

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Located at this atas coffee shop, Wild Market is Ding, a fried carrot cake stall like no other. This store only sells white versions of carrot cake with a little modern vamp to it.

With 36 years of experience of helping out at her parent’s stall, Candy Lim, the founder of Ding, decided to come out with her brand of carrot cake. Her carrot cake is enhanced and has improved frying method that makes it crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.

This ultimate salted-egg sauce was rich and creamy. Laksa leaves can also be found in this dish, making it more flavourful. I never knew that salted egg could have tasted so delicious with carrot cake.

Ding also serve tom yum carrot cake. Nothing extraordinary about this as many other places also sells carrot cake in this flavour. I would be more impressed if other ingredients such as prawns were to be found in this dish, making more resemblance to ‘tom yum’. None the less, this particular carrot cake has got the right amount of spiciness from the tom yum sauce, giving it the right balance.

All in all, Ding is worth a visit with their overwhelmingly tasty salted egg carrot cake.

Ps: Wild Market is also really beautiful with great atmosphere, you should check it out!

For more info,
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Address: 100 Beach Road #01-27/37, S189702
Nearest MRT: Esplanade
Operating hours:
Mon – Fri: 8am to 12am
Sat – Sun: 10am to 12am
Tel: 9247 5319
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wildmarketsg/

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