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Arriving by Public Bus: #130/410 (Bus Stop Number 53291 - Sin Ming Plaza) Nearest MRT: Exit A - Marymount Station (CC16 on the Circle Line) Nearest Carpark: Sin Ming Plaza continue reading
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Telephone
8288 7020
Opening Hours
Today
12:00 - 04:00
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 04:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rochor-Beancurd-House-LLP/24599729073
Signature Dishes
Soya Beancurd You Tiao
Review (17)
Level3 2013-12-17
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If you remember the Rochor beancurd saga many years back where a group of siblings got into a dispute and then split up to start up their own brands of beancurd. Well, Rochor Beancurd House is one of them. Rochor Beancurd House, Rochor Original Beancurd and Beancurd City are not affiliated in business but related by blood and each brand has its own fan base.Rochor Beancurd House @ Upper Thomson Road is one of the many supper places I frequent when I crave for soya beancurd with dough fritters. It’s not that they have the best tau huay in Singapore but it serves up decent beancurd to satisfy my palates and it’s nearer my home too.It is not uncommon to see a long queue on a weekend late night but service is swift so waiting time is minimal.And here’s what we have ordered. Cold soya milk, soya beancurd, egg tarts and fried dough fritters.I always order my soya bean items with less sugar syrup so I can taste the rich flavour of soy beans in both the drink and curd. Of course, if you’re not used to the strong bean taste, then you’d probably need more syrup to mask it to make it more appetising.The beancurd is smooth, not quite silky but not gritty either. It has the right amount of soy bean flavour in it without being diluted. I actually like the drink better because the flavour is richer and more intense.The dough fritters are super greasy but taste sinfully crispy with a slight chewy interior. Goes well with the beancurd too. Do note the quality of these fritters varies as one time when I had these, they were left out too long and were quite hard.The egg tarts are below average. The custard is decent but the crust lacks the flakiness and puffiness.My verdict? Just order soya beancurd in soya milk. Won’t go wrong. Plus if it’s late at night, it’s probably healthier to just opt for beancurd without the greasy fried stuffs. Beancurd & soya milk rating? 7/10For full review and pictures, please visit http://springtomorrow.com/2013/12/17/rochor-beancurd-house/ continue reading
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The tofu fries from Rochor Beancurd House is crispy on the outside and tender on the inside.It is yummy, perfect as a snack after dinner. The tauhuey and soya bean milk are all worthy to try too. Moreover you can add black pearls to the tauhuey as an extra kick. The combination of the black pearls and tauhuey is formidable. There are three branches of Rochor Beancurd House, very travel friendly for everyone continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-25
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A simple dessert that was sweet and light, it was enjoyable during a hot day. Rochor Beancurd House was selling both hot and cold beancurd. Undeniable, there were an increasing number of people starting to eat Beancurd nowadays.Traditionally, hot beancurd was more popular, but I prefer the chilled one. This freezing soya beancurd was really smooth that just glides down your throat. The portion was just nice for one person, it cost $1.30 per bowl. continue reading
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After lunch, my friends and I were still feeling hungry for some desserts (Don't we always!). Rochor Beancurd House stood out along Upper Thomson Rd and we decided to give this famous dessert place a try. The first thing that caught my eye was the soya beancurd drinks that were being ladled out into plastic cups. My stomach only had space for either that or a bowl of beancurd, so I chose the latter since it is the specialty of the eatery.It turned out to be a nostalgic walk down memory lane. Beancurd, known affectionately as tau huay, is now mostly made in the renowned "Lao-Ban" fashion - the powdery, melt-in-your-mouth pudding texture. However, I was pleasantly surprised that Rochor Beancurd House serves the old-school beancurd I thought was only available in Malaysia. If you don't know what old-school beancurd is like, it's the harder type of beancurd that breaks into bigger pieces and not the powdery type. I think you'll understand when you see the picture (see below!)It's really wonderful to eat it again after so much "Lao-Ban" beancurd. There's also an option between warm beancurd or cold beancurd. Each bowl is $1.20. There's even a whole wall dedicated to pictures of Mediacorp artistes' visits to Rochor Beancurd House! continue reading
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Level4 2012-11-23
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dessert after dinner! despite the long q, the service staff serve in a fast manner..we had our less sweeten beancurd with Portuguese egg tarts..total spending is $5..the beancurd is thick and silky, we added soya milk to it too..the soya milk smell is strong and fragrant..as for the egg tarts, it is still hot when served..the "skin" is crispy and the egg is very smooth and tender..will come back again! continue reading
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