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Telephone
8181 2201
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
11:00-22:00
Mon
Closed
Tue-Sun
11:00-22:00
Payment Method
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.facebook.com/Laobansoya
Review (76)
Level3 2013-12-18
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Silky, smooth pudding. This is one beancurd you can't get elsewhere. There have been online debates going around saying that Lao Ban uses powder mix instead of authentic soya bean. Whether this is true or not, it really doesn't matter so long this is a tasty dessert and from the crowds and queues 24/7, does it even bother consumers? Even if it's powder mix, I must take my hat off to Lao Ban for coming up with such an innovative recipe and recreating it into something sensational.The unique thing about this beancurd is the layer of 'skin' on top that somehow adds texture and flavour to the dessert. It reminds me of the steamed milk pudding from Yee Shun in Hong Kong. I did some reading and found out that the milk skin is created by heating up milk or in this instance, soy milk.Just look at how smooth the texture is. Makes me want to gulp down a few more bowls. It isn't overly sweetened so you don't get sick easily from eating too much of it. My family enjoys this dessert as much as I do and you just have to try it to find out. continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-03
39 views
This is the start of the soya bean curd craze at Old Airport Road Hawker Centre. The queue at the stall is ridiculously long. To manage the crowd, they even have 2 or 3 stalls at the same hawker centre. And I'm not even counting the competitor stalls selling similar bean curd.The bean curd here really tasted very different from the traditional one, so I dun think it's fair to compare this with the normal soya bean curd. I will still have my usual craving for the traditional plain & smooth bean curd, topped with sweet syrup. Here, the soya beancurd tastes more like solidified soya milk. Dun believe me? Try leaving it in the open or just stir it, until you see some liquid residue. The liquid tasted exactly like soya milk. Like it or not, all up to individuals. It just offers another variety of soya bean curd, besides the traditional one and the egg bean curd. Coolz! continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-08
26 views
When I saw there were many people queueing at this Lao Ban BeanCurd stall, I also went to queue to try their offering.They have quite a number of flavours of beancurd on sale. But I think I thought it would be safer to try their famous orginal one.The beancurd smelled like almond pudding. The look of the beancurd also looked like one.The texture of the beancurd was not like regular beancurd, it was slightly softer and more slippery.The taste was somewhat not as good as I would be expected. More of creamer taste than soya bean taste and a bit too sweet for my liking. There was a hint of vanilla or almond essence, I am not too sure.Overall, at this price I would prefer have hot orginal beancurd from other traditional stalls than this one. continue reading
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Level3 2013-10-07
16 views
The LaoBan Tau Huay is not like the conventional tau huay. It is more of a pudding. Lao Ban's tauhuay is very delicious, It is so smooth and silky, coupled with a slight milky and caramel-ish essence, it almost melts in your mouth. My favourite is the original flavor, but it also comes in almond flavour. They also have soy milk which tastes slightly different from the old-school soy milk but equally fantastic. It is totally worth the wait even if you have to queue for it. continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-01
2 views
Lao Ban beancurd is one of the leading soya beancurd stalls in Singapore. Usually there will be a very long queue here but queue moves quite fast as the service is very efficient and beancurds are ready-made to sell. The beancurd $1.50 was very smooth, soft and silky. It melted in my mouth the moment I put it in. definitely something I'll recommend you to try if you're here! continue reading
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