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Level4 2013-09-20
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A while back, I was at Maxwell for lunch. It is my first time trying out Hong Kong ibean. The ibean logo looks similar to mrbean so I took a second look when I saw the logo at first. On closer look, there are a total of 5 different flavours - original, almond, strawberry, durian and green tea flavours. I ordered the original flavour which costs $1.50. The other flavours cost $2/$2.50 if I am not mistakened. It seems like quite a lot of beancurd stalls are popping up and actually to me, I felt that the taste is about the same, just that the level of sweetness is different for different stalls. I quite enjoyed the beancurd here because I felt it is not as sweet as the chilled beancurd from other beancurd stalls that I had. On a hot day, I think having such dessert is really refreshing and cooling. continue reading
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Level1 2013-09-15
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I am always prone to the sweet, soft bean curd. After having lunch at Tian Tian, we wanna try some dessert. Coincidentally, we found this stall with my beloved bean curd so we decided to have a try. It has many flavor. We ordered one plain bean curd and one mango bean curd. Plain bean curd ($1.5): I am totally obsessed to this soft, sooth curd Rather than bean curd, it tastes much like milk pudding. Its delectable flavor with just-right sweetness is praiseworthy. Mango bean curd($2): The refreshing mango flavor is an absolute perfect match to soya bean The aroma of the curd makes us to droolThis little stall chooses to adopt a low profile in Maxwell. Although it has not yet been discovered by the reporters, it deserves us to have a try when visiting Maxwell continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)