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Introduction
Started in 1995, Mr Bean is the leading chain soya bean food & beverage retailer in Singapore today. With more than 50 outlets located islandwide, Mr Bean offers a variety of soya bean drinks and snacks. Young and old can enjoy refreshing ice blended flavoured soya drinks, ice-creams, pastries and more. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
07:00 - 21:30
Mon - Fri
07:00 - 21:30
Sat
07:00 - 18:30
Sun
08:30 - 18:30
Public Holiday
08:30 - 18:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.mrbean.com.sg
Signature Dishes
Grass Jelly Soya Milk Pearly Bandung Soya Milk
Review (8)
Level4 2013-08-25
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Mr bean is popular with their soyamilk and assorted pancakes! They have many different flavours of pancakes such as red bean, peanut, kaya and chocolate, just to name a few. In addition, they also have a few limited edition flavours namely strawberry cheesecake and chocolate hazelnut! I will always order the chocolate pancake because i love chocolate! If the pancake is piping hot and you take a bite to it, it is extremely soft and the chocolate will ooze out from the pancake! Extremely nice! Although i tried the other flavours of the pancake, the chocolate pancake is still my ultimate favourite in the list continue reading
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As I have already stated in my other review, I am a total lover of watermelon soy milk, because it just tastes so refreshing and healthy at the same time. So, here I am to recommend another soy bean place that serves up amazing watermelon soy milk, and yes, with pearls too! Just that, over here, the cost of added pearls cost 80cents, a bit more expensive than the cost elsewhere. I like my soy milk not so sweet, so I go for 50% sugar level, and mind you, that's clearly sweet enough. I like how they really blend the watermelon, soy milk and ice so thoroughly, you can't taste chunks of ice, but rather, get a smooth consistency. The pearls here are better too, they are chewier and bouncier. Super recommend. In my picture, you can only see 1/4 left, as i was just to preoccupied with slurping down the good stuff before I reminded myself about the picture haha. continue reading
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Level3 2011-10-28
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I usually would buy the cheesy flavour pancake because the amount of cheese is rather generous, it taste rich and creamy. The pancake cost about $1.20 if I remembered not wrong. The pancake batter is nice, I wonder how healthy the pancakes are…since mr bean claims that all their products contain soybean. continue reading
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Level4 2011-10-27
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Out of all the mini pancakes in Mr Bean, the egg mayonnaise flavour is the most delicious one!;DThe pancake is fully filled with the nice egg mayo, and I could taste the egg mayo in almost every bite. The flavour is just right and the pancake is slightly crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.The egg was not in very small pieces, it is in a size where could just nicely get the biting sense of the egg with the mayonnaise.(:Each piece at $1.50…definitely worth it^^ continue reading
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Visited this Mr Bean store after my group work on Sunday. It left me with no choice but to buy some food from Mr Bean since no food court opens on Sunday at Singapore Polytechnic. Soya Milk, Soya Bean Curd and Red Bean PancakeI ordered the pancake and the soya milk. I myself do not like the smell of pancake including mr bean's one but it is not a sin to give a try.The soya milk is very fragrant and has strong soya smell..The pancake has a vanilla essence and the red bean paste is very nice.The service is good. The shopkeeper is really nice. Nice for our wallet too. continue reading
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