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Introduction
This is Lao Ban Soya Beancurd's flagship stall purveying authentic soya beancurd, which has been a local favorite resulting in the proliferation of its outlets islandwide. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
13:00 - 18:00
Mon - Sun
13:00 - 18:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Restaurant Website
http://www.facebook.com/Laobansoya
Signature Dishes
Soya Beancurd
Review (8)
Level4 2013-12-22
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My first time trying out the famous lao ban soya beancurd as I generally prefer those traditional type of beancurd. But it turns out to be a great experience. Lao ban beancurd is quite smooth and has that strong soya taste which makes it taste so great. However, I find it a little too sweet, but taste great. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-28
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The number Lao Ban Soya Beancurd stalls has multiplied these years from their original Old Airport Road Stall.When Lao Ban had its stalled opened in CityVibe, we got to see long snaky queues all the way up to the nearby taxi stand everyday after work without fail. Their faithful diehards were all preparing to wait for the delivery man to replenish the stock even though it was sold out at the point of queueing. Business were real good during then.Novelty soon wore off, perhaps due to their rapid expansion, these "Soya Puddings" are easily obtained in the west, thus the queues were simple and short nowadays. I went into the queue ith 2 to 3 pax ahead of me and soon I got 4 original bowls of Soya Beancurd and 1 cup of soya milk. I was rather surprised that they have soya milk drink and I immediately asked for it. 4 Bowls of Original Soya Beancurd was then placed in their plastic bags. The auntie is extremely friendly and keep chatting to me throughout the transaction. The little mascots of Lao Ban featuring an old couple "Ah Ma & Ah Gong" is rather cute and makes me quite happy to see them while enjoying my bowl of Beancurd.Famous for their seamless looking beancurd, this chilled bowl of dessert is smooth and silky, well filtered without any air bubbles lying afloat. Precise portion of gelatine powder were used to give the pudding a sturdy yet jelly soft taste that melts down your throat. A good balance of sugar and coffee mix powder were used too, sweetness is moderate and perfect for taste! Lao Ban is still my favourite Soya Pudding! Original Beancurd: S$1.50 / bowlSoya Milk : S$1.00 continue reading
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Level2 2013-07-18
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Bought 6 boxes of Lao Ban from the Clementi outlet. It tastes just the same as the one from Old Airport Road. Personally, I am not a huge fan of this new tau huay that has gotten popular over the recent years. In my opinion, Lao Ban adds too much coffeemate and I can't finish a whole box on my own and if I finish the whole box, it leaves a sick taste in mouth. I am still a fan of the whole school Tau Huay, with its tofu texture in the syrup! continue reading
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Level3 2013-06-13
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What's a good meal without desserts? More often than not, when I am around Clementi central for a dinner, Lao Ban is always the "after meal place" that I head to for desserts. You see, the only place months ago to have Lao Ban is Old Changi Road, but after new outlets emerged all over the city, Lao Ban Soya Beancurd is much easier to get.Different from the traditional soya beancurd (where they serve with sugar syrup), newer renditions like Lao Ban's served it pre-mixed, and using a special recipe to ensure that their soya beancurd is smooth and silky, so much you probably just put it in your mouth and swallow.All in all, Lao Ban proves to be a more favourable choice for the younger crowds in Singapore. continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-08
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I suspect Lao Ban Soya Beancurd standards are dropping from its heydays. Back when it first started, the amount given was always nearly to the brim and that each bowl was smooth and almost creme brulee like. This bowl that I bought from Clementi was much too hard and felt too much like normal beancurd. It was also overly sweet and the bowl was just three quarters full. A pity. continue reading
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