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
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Merely $1.50 per bowl of the original beancurd, I think is very cheap and taste great. Bought ten bowls back home to share with my fellow family member. The beancurd texture is very smooth and light. It is not too sweet and ideal for all age groups. The packaging is also clean and hygiene. Usually I will have a bowl after my meal and is quite a perfect dessert before or after meals. The staffs are friendly too. continue reading
I just bought home some of these yummy Lao Ban Beancurd!Didn't know that there's one near my house till i stumbled upon it.I was so excited that i immediately bought 3 of it!Two original flavour and one almond Beancurd!Finally i get to try this famous Lao Ban Beancurd I've been hearing so much about it!I ate the original one as i wanted to try how it taste it, original at its best taste!Their tao huey is really smooth and it's not too sweet!I love the taste of it, can't seem to get enough of it!My family feels that it's nice too, my mum loves the almond one so i'll definitely be getting this again soon! continue reading
Another day, another food trend – that’s the food scene in Singapore for you. If you remember a couple of months back, beancurd was the food of the moment. Not just any beancurd mind you, it was the silky non-traditional beancurd that doesn’t come with any syrup because it’s already sweetened and smooth. Fast-forward a couple of months later, this new-fangled beancurd is still around and the undisputed leader of the pack would have to be Lao Ban beancurd. You know a shop is successful when it has to customize plastic bags to fit up to 6 beancurds in one bag. As usual I got the original flavoured one ($1.50) which is actually more than twice the price of the traditional beancure, but you will soon learn why. What sets Lao Ban apart from the crowd is that their beancurd seems to have a very multi-dimensional taste. It is not just sweet but it has an almost creamy taste to it which I’m very fond of. This distinguishes it from the rest of its competitors and is why I feel that it is the best in Singapore. The fact that it melts in your mouth is also an added plus! If you haven't tried lao ban beancurd yet, you must be living under a rock. I strongly urge you to leave it and go get yourself some of this delicious milky goodness! continue reading
I was thrilled to find Lao Ban's Beancurd outlet at Chong Pang Market. For starters, it's the best place to have that stall since the food at that same location is cheap yet amazing Also, this is the first outlet in the north! I've been going down all the way to Tampines to buy containers of bean curd! - It was worth every trip but I'm so glad the new outlet is closer to home! Newly opened and one has to already start queuing in line to be served while the beancurd was flying off the chillers. Don't worry though, staff are very quick at serving hence one wouldn't have to wait too long. I have been a fann of Lao Ban's beancurd ever since my sister brought home a container early this year. I love the silkiness of the bean curd that totally melts in your mouth. You can even try slurping it down, it's that silky! Other outlet's tend to make their beancurd too blunt or too sweet and sometimes I force myself to finish the bowl but it's just nice at Lao Ban and has an aromatic fragrance. The best part is, replacing beancurd with a calorie packed slice of cake for dessert is the step to a healthier lifestyle!Highly recommended to be the #1 for Beancurd! =D I rate this beancurd dessert 10/10Tip: Don't go home with just one container! continue reading