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Level1 2012-05-03
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Went there for breakfast with sister. I ordered Soya Beancurd with Soya Bean. First time trying, it was average. It was smooth but to me something was missing, the texture was different from the Mr. Bean's beancurd. The sweetness level was just right, without being too sweet. It is also very cheap. continue reading
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Level4 2011-06-19
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This Morning, my wife and I bring my father in law to his dentist clinic at Bedok Reservoir. We reached there about 10am and my father in law asked both of us to go have breakfast without him as he went to see his dentist. My wife and i decided to go the Hawker at Bedok 630. My wife told me that she like to have soya bean drink, soya beancurd. We saw a queue at a stall called Boon and we bought one bowl of soya beancurd and 1 glass of soyabean drink to share as my wife don't want me to have too much due to my gouty problem. Beside this, we also ordered Carrot cake and fried mee hoon for our breakfast. Overall the soya bean drink and soya beancurd taste really good and it is also very cheap cost only $1 for both. continue reading
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Level4 2011-06-19
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Long time never drink soya bean, so decided to order one glass. Taste good, not too sweet and the price is cheap. The stall sells soya bean and grass jelly too. The name of the stall is quite unique by using only 1 word. The uncle also very friendly. I will visit this stall again to try the grass jelly. This place is quite crowded as the wet market is just beside this hawker centre at Blk 630 Bedok Reservoir. continue reading
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