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JUN 13

I like the soya beancurd from Selegie Soya Bean. It is smooth and doesn't have the "siap siap" (don't know how to put it in English) taste. Very easy to swallow and sometime one bowl is not enough for me. Other than their original beancurd, I will add in 3 balls of glutinous balls (tang yuan) to make it even more tasty. It comes with 4 main flavors - yam, red bean, peanut and sesame. I like the yam tang yuan as the filling is a lot and one have to bite slowly in order not t...
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2013-05-25
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MAY 13

After my friends & I were done with our Prata breakfast, one of us suggested to have beancurd which was just down the walkway. Ever since being hooked onto the Lao Ban and 51 Soya Beancurd craze, I've neglected the traditional soya beancurd for a long while. If you ask me which one I prefer, my obvious answer would be the Lao Ban/51 soya beancurd pudding. However, my favourite kind of traditional beancurd is the one with Tang Yuan smile Selegie's menu offers a wide range of de...
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2012-07-14
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JUL 12

Selegie Soya Bean outlet has a long line of people waiting to buy their soya beancurd, soya bean drink and their snacks. Mrupupup waited for some time to have their soya beancurd and soya bean drink with pearls. Selegie Soyabean has many outlets in Singapore and was establised in 1998. It was worth the wait as their soya bean drink and soya beancurd are very nice. Their soya beancurd melts in your mouth and taste very nice. Their soya bean drink was thick and loved their generous po...
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MAY 12

I like the combination of soya bean curd with ball dumpling. It is like it has two types of different flavour that you can eat. I order the warm soya bean curd, which they scope upon ordering, and added the dumpling. You can tell them what flavour dumpling you want. It can be all the same, or mix of flavour. For the syrup, you can choose between the normal syrup or request for the another kind of syrup made with brown sugar.
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MAY 12

My roommate recommended me to try the Selegie bean curd. She said the soya bean curd was nice. So, i went to try with my friend. I ordered the soya bean curd with peanut rice dumpling while my friend ordered the soya bean curd with "gula melaka". We are quite disappointing as the taste of bean curd is not what we thought. I prefer lao ban's soya bean curd more. The rice dumpling tasted normal.
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MAR 12

While Selegie's soya beancurd is one of the better ones around, it isn't nearly as smooth and soft as Rochor Beancurd and GoGo Beanz. Unfortunately, the ah balling were a different story altogether. While the yam filling was pleasantly smooth, the glutinous rice skin was thick and stiff. Following the likes of Lao Ban, Selegie has also diversified into the soya pudding market. Their version was, however, rather tasteless. Stick to the old favorites, I say.
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OCT 11

my girlfriend was craving for some soya bean so we drove to jalan kayu to order our favourite selegie soya bean. we love the soya bean here, it is simply so fresh. the bean curd is so soft and smooth, simply glides down your throat in one mouth. the syrup is a little sweet through, but when eaten with the bean curd, it is just right! totally worth it to travel down.
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SEP 11

Whenever I heard about Selegie soya bean, it would be positive comments and people have been recommending it. It is my first time trying the soya bean curd, and I ordered the soya bean curd with grass jelly. The normal soya bean curd cost $1 while this one with the grass jelly cost $1.60. Even though it may cost quite a lot more as compared to the normal one, I felt it was worth it as the grass jelly was generously givenlolThe soya bean curd was smooth and easy to eat. And the grass jel...
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JUN 11

My wife and i went shopping whole day and when we are driving back home to Hougang. I was asking my wife whether interested to go Fernvale (Jalan Kayu) to see what the progress of new flat that been built. We went there and saw our flat built at level 13 and thinking the flat so be ready for collection by end of next year. My wife asked me whether can go buy some drink as she felt thirsty. We drove abit upwards to Selegie Soya Bean Store to buy each of us a cup of grass jelly ...
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2011-04-08
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APR 11

I was really excited as I approached this stall and was amazed as soon as the dish arrived. My partner and I have ordered a new quirky dish- tofu fries. At first, it really sounded amusing as we had never tried tofu fries in our lives before.. only the common ones made of potatoes or sometimes, sweet potatoes. But then, this was made of tofu. Much healthier, easier to digest and of lesser calories since they are tofu fries.. still they were fried ones though. The tofu fries were yummy. A...
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