Top 10 Best Soy Bean Curd In Singapore
Soy beancurd also known as tau huay in hokkien, most common and tasty desserts in Southeast asian country. It was a chinese traditional dessert which make by soybeans and gypsum powder. There are different style for different countries, it is usually served either with a clear sweet syrup alone or with palm syrup. Most common you can find in Singapore is with clear sweet syrup. Tropika Club aggregated rankings or “ranking of rankings” compared from the following sources to further ascertain the final rankings. This is further refined using the TripAdvisor rankings to decide between the position in case there is a tie. Read on to find out where are the Top 10 Best Soy Bean Curd in Singapore.
1. Rochor Beancurd House
Introduction: A tau huay list would be remiss without mentioning any of the famous Rochor beancurd places. Many might confuse it with the Rochor Original Beancurd , but they are both run by different owners. Rochor Beancurd House has three locations in Singapore, and they open till the wee hours. Rochor Original Beancurd City are both as good, but Rochor Beancurd House at Geylang makes the list because it’s the only one open for breakfast.
Offerings: On top of their signature silken soya beancurd, you can even add toppings such as red bean, peanuts or even peanut riceball. Of course, no tau huay meal is complete without youtiao or egg tarts. Rochor Beancurd House is constantly experimenting with new items (such as tofu fries) so be sure to check in regularly.
Location: 745 Geylang Road Lor 39, Singapore 389653
Contact: +65 6748 3989
2.Selegie Soya Bean
Introduction: Selegie may be something of a chain now with outlets all around the island and even delivery service.Selegie Soya Bean has since flourished into a business comprising of five shops and two market stalls. They promise to serve the freshest and dessert and food snacks while maintaining reasonable prices.Selegie Soya Bean has gained a foothold in the soya beancurd community with its sweet and tantalising soya beancurd
Offerings: It infuses a modern twist to its traditional beancurd by incorporating ingredients such as gingko nuts and glutinous rice balls filled with grass jelly or fruits. With other traditional snacks such as fried carrot cake and even homemade muffins to go along, it will definitely take your tau huay meal up a notch.
Location: 990 Upper Serangoon Road Singapore 534634
Contact: +65 6280 5711
3.Lao Ban Soya Beancurd
Introduction: Possibly the pioneers of the soya beancurd craze, Lao Ban Soya Beancurd has got Singaporeans queuing for hours at its very first stall at Old Airport Road.
Offerings: Serving up two beancurd flavours which is original and almond .Their simple pudding like beancurd texture has drawn many to buy several bowls at one go.What sets them apart from their competitors is their smooth and silky beancurd texture. With a beancurd consistency that literally melts in your mouth, who could ever resist.
Location: 51 Old Airport Road, #01-127, Old Airport Road Food Centre, Singapore 390051
Contact: +65 9088 1028
4.Rochor Original Beancurd House
Introduction: Rochor Original Beancurd is everyone’s go to place in town when they are craving for a tau huay supper. You might know of the family saga resulting in three siblings opening their own beancurd stalls.They are not only famous in tau huay but also famous for their fried dough sticks (You tiao) and soya bean milk.
Offerings: With its late night operating hours and conveniently located in the Central region, the Rochor Original Beancurd is undeniably the go to supper place for tau huay lovers.Boasting a sweet and firm yet silky beancurd texture that hardly breaks when you scoop it up.Pair your beancurd with other traditional pastries such as fried dough sticks (youtiao), egg tarts, curry puffs and more.
Location: 2 Short Street Singapore 188211
Contact: +65 6334 1138
Introduction: Founded in 1995, Mr Bean is the leading chain soya bean food & beverage retailer in Singapore today. With more than 50 stores in Singapore & Asia, Mr Bean offers a variety of soya bean drinks and snacks. Young and old can enjoy refreshing ice blended flavoured soya drinks, ice-creams, pastries and more.Hailed as the “healthiest” soya makers around, Mr Bean serves up nutritious and delectable soya beancurd.
Offerings: Their soft and silken texture beancurd boast a firm consistency without an overpowering soy taste will make you unforgettable.Other than soy bean curd ,Mr Bean also serves up other healthier alternatives of soy products such as soy ice cream and grass jelly soya milk as well as their popular pancakes.
Location: 53 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3, #01-19/20 AMK Hub, Singapore 569933 (Several outlets islandwide)
Contact: +65 6844 2298
Introduction: Soft and silky, Beancurd City is part of the Rochor family feud, where siblings decided to rival against each other with their prized recipes. It retains the rich bean flavour and lusciously soft texture.
Offerings: Beancurd City’s version is soft and silky. It has just the right amount of sweet syrup without going overboard on the sweetness level.Likewise, a beancurd meal is hardly ever complete without the accompaniment of a youtiao or butterfly fritters.
Location: 133 Jalan Besar (1.53 km)208851 Singapore
Contact: +65 9662 3377
7. 51 Soya Bean
Introduction: 51 Soya Bean offers some of the best Chinese Cuisine serving a tantalising collection of dishes that are suitable for family, large groups, catching up with friends and colleagues. This stall is located in Old Airport Road Food Centre along Old Airport Road. 51 Soya Bean is a retailer of healthy soya to love.
Offerings: From Tau Huey Pudding to Almond Flavour Soya Bean its extensive menu is reflective of the stall’s efforts to cater to every palate.It contains high in calcium, low in saturated fats and it is cholesterol free. This soothing to the throat bean curd is available in a variety of flavours such as almond, strawberry, durian and its original flavour.
Location: 51 Old Airport Rd, Old Airport Road Food Centre & Shopping Mall, Singapore 390051
Contact: +65 8181 2201
8.Tan Soon Mui
Introduction: Founded in 1966, this particular stall is three generations old and it’s probably the only tau huay stall in Singapore with prices still in the 1960s at only 50 cents a bowl.
Offerings: Their other specialty is chin chow. Order a ‘Michael Jackson’ to try both, the local term for a drink of creamy soya bean milk mixed with strips of black grass jelly.
Location: 49A Serangoon Garden Way, Serangoon Garden Market And Food Centre, Singapore 555945
Contact: +65 9799 9568
9.Teck Seng Soya Bean Milk
Introduction: It was run by 64 years old Mr Low Tech Seng since 1985.His stall is very easy to recognise, the rainbow color sign on stall front and the long snaking queue. This stall is very famous in their traditional handmade soy beancurd and soy milk.
Offerings: You can get super silky smooth bowl of goodness at here.The taste is light and refreshing, this makes a nutritious breakfast option or could just be the perfect dessert after a hefty hawker meal.Comes in 3 sizes (small bowl $0.80, big bowl $1.00, big container $1.70)
Location: #02-69, Tiong Bahru Market, 30 Seng Poh Road, Singapore 168898
Contact: +65 9786 5103
10.Yong He Eating House
Introduction: Another gem tucked away in the midst of Geylang (and open 24 hours to boot), Yong He Eating House serves up local favourites tau huay, you tiao and slurping good soya bean milk.If you find yourself loitering around the Geylang area looking for a light and slightly less sinful supper, do give their tau huay a go.
Offerings: Yong He Eating House popular for their delicious Taiwanese cuisine such as Shao Bing, You Tiao and Beancurd with Soya Bean Drink.They do both the sweet and less common savoury version of beancurd.The saltish or savoury bean curd was the highlight that it is not an item found in many places. Instead of bean curd in syrup as a sweet dessert, the “salty” bean curd in this case was topped with a savoury sauce with bits of stewed minced pork. The smooth bean curd would taste good in either version but this is something unusual.
Location: 458 Geylang Road, Lorong 24A, Singapore 389473
Contact: +65 6745 5682
11.Whampoa Soya Bean & Grass Jelly
Introduction: This corner stall at Whampoa Market opens at the crack of dawn and serves only hot beancurd in their signature red bowls and metal spoon. Long lines are a usual sight but the wait is short.
Offerings: Their traditional bean curd is very smooth and silky,It is worth for the queue to try their tau huay that is still made traditionally by using gypsum rather than commercial lactone. One and the only original flavor where you can’t find easily in other stall.
Location: Blk 91 Whampoa Drive, #01-52 Whampoa Market & Food Centre, Singapore 320091
Introduction: Nine Fresh Dessert Taiwan 九鲜 is offering a piece of Jiu Fen 九份, Taiwan Dessert to Singapore desserts’ fans. Nine Fresh is a Singapore brand, founded as BeansTalk initially. All its current outlets are at heartland.
Offerings: There are 4 different types of desserts which includes Taro Ball Signature, Beancurd Series, Grass Jelly Series and the Seasonal Desserts. Choose a set from either series and if you wish for for toppings, choose your choice from 20 selections.Nine Fresh Signature ($2.50) is assembled with beancurd, grass jelly, red beans, green beans, pinto beans, taro balls and roasted or soft peanuts
Location: 520 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh, #01-50, Singapore 310520
Introduction: Specialising in traditional tao huey (beancurd) and fresh made soymilk, N&B snacks is a small franchise that can be found in areas such as Potong Pasir and Serangoon.The franchise also expanded into snacks, which sees them selling chicken pies, apple puffs, tuna puffs and croissants.
Offerings: N&B Snacks offer a 3 in1 Tau Huay ($3.60) that has beancurd, soya milk and peanut tangyuan all in the same bowl. This combination is a great for those who are looking for a jazzed up version of the usual dessert since you get the best of three worlds!
Location: Blk 253 Serangoon Central Drive, #01-229, Singapore 550253
Contact: +65 6343 0895
14.Go Go Beanz
Introduction: Fresh soya drinks and bean curd are available at their outlets daily made with Certified Organic Soy Beans.
Offerings: Go Go Beanz serves up beancurd that are made from organic beans, making this delectable dessert all the more heart warming.The red bean topping complements the soya beancurd, which is delicate in texture and melts in your mouth. The contrast in texture is satisfying to have and just the perfect dessert after a hefty hawker meal. They have other locations at ABC Market, Old Airport Road, etc.
Location: Blk 335 Chinatown Food Complex, Smith St #02-138
Contact: +65 6227 7270
15.QQ Soya Bean
Introduction: QQ Soya Bean was established in 2011 at the Old Airport Road Food Centre. Being one of the pioneer bean curd stalls that started the chilled bean curd craze in Singapore, QQ Soya Bean uses 100% pure soybean and has obtained the “Healthier Choice” approved by the Singapore Health Promotion Board.
Offerings: QQ Soya Bean has created a selection of mouthwatering soya bean products that has made themselves noteworthy. QQ Soya Bean Smooth, light and simply delightful on the tastebuds, their black bean soya bean drinks and bean curd are well received by their customer.
Location: Old Airport Road Hawker Centre 51 Old Airport Road, #01-165 Singapore 390051
Contact: +65 98258685
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