The stall sells both fried kway teow and fried carrot cake so Makan Boy had to try out both! Well, their fried kway teow ($2.50) is quite special actually. This is the first time I seen pork floss with char kway teow. Even the stall uncle claims that they are the first and only to complement their char kway teow with pork floss. I must say this combination is not a bad idea and the char kway teow tasted really sweet. Just right for my taste buds! Oh yeah, they also have a big share of vegetables to go with it.
In order to try both the black and white version, the mixed black and white carrot cake ($3) was ordered. Overall, their carrot cake really didn't taste up to standard. It was too dry and not flavorful enough.
This is definitely a great place to try out their fried kway teow when you do drop by Boon Lay Food Market. You might want to give their carrot cake a miss though. Even though their stall closes at 11.30pm, sometimes they open a little bit beyond that time when there are more customers so do try your luck!
Boon Lay Fried Carrot Cake and Fried Kway Teow
Block 221B, Boon Lay Place, #01-125 S640221
Mon to Sat 6pm - 11.30pm