Review: Oyster Boy (Singapore)

Oyster Boy: Oyster Cake & Prawn Cake


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Oyster Boy

offers a limited menu selection of either oyster cake or prawn cake. Both options taste lovely.

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Oyster Cake

The oyster cake comes with a generous filling of oysters, prawns and minced pork meat mixed with chopped coriander leaves, housed in a thin and crispy fried crust.

The oysters are rather plump, and the small whole prawns taste quite fresh. The minced pork meat with coriander leaves is moist and flavourful. Its thin fried crust has crispy edges and crispy ikan bilis toppings.

This oyster cake tastes lovely!

Prawn Cake

The prawn cake is similar to the oyster cake, but its filling consists only of prawns and minced pork with chopped coriander leaves as its filling. Its fried crust is thin with crispy edges, and topped with crispy ikan bilis. The small whole prawns taste quite fresh, and the minced pork meat with coriander leaves is moist and flavourful.

The prawn cake is also a good option. I like it too.


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Oyster Boy

Golden Mile Food Centre

Singapore 199583


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