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This is my go-to pleace whenever I am craving for Tau Huay (Bean Curd)!Its located in town, near Sophia Road/ Dhoby Ghaut, so I will swing by if I am in the area.If I am driving, I will double park, jump out of the car and into the car in minutes.The bean curd is really smooth and glides down your throat. The portions are just enough without being too much to finish all by yourself.The store will have pre-packed take-away plastic containers ready to go.You can ask for less syrup, which I did on
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This is my go-to pleace whenever I am craving for Tau Huay (Bean Curd)!
Its located in town, near Sophia Road/ Dhoby Ghaut, so I will swing by if I am in the area.
If I am driving, I will double park, jump out of the car and into the car in minutes.
The bean curd is really smooth and glides down your throat. The portions are just enough without being too much to finish all by yourself.
The store will have pre-packed take-away plastic containers ready to go.
You can ask for less syrup, which I did on this occasion and I find the sweetness is just right. This is a good to control sugar intake, cos most times the syrup will always be left unfinished.
You can also order the fried dough sticks (You Tiao) and the egg tarts.
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2014-03-16 224 views
This dessert shop 8s always so crowded and long queue is always experted here at most hours.  Fortubately took me less than 5 minutes to grab four pieces of their egg tarts here.  Dining area is very warm and squeezy so decided to buy back home to eat.  Egg tart is at $1.40 each which is.quite reasonable.   The pastry is quite fluffy but unfortunately is abit hard as well.  The egg custard is too dry and abit tasteless. Not really that nice. Service was alright as well.
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This dessert shop 8s always so crowded and long queue is always experted here at most hours.  Fortubately took me less than 5 minutes to grab four pieces of their egg tarts here.  Dining area is very warm and squeezy so decided to buy back home to eat.  Egg tart is at $1.40 each which is.quite reasonable.   The pastry is quite fluffy but unfortunately is abit hard as well.  The egg custard is too dry and abit tasteless. Not really that nice. Service was alright as well.
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2013-12-12 138 views
Rochor Original Beancurd is just tucked at the side of Short Street in Bugis area and is usually a "hot" place where patrons will just park at the road side to have a quick bite and go.This old school beancurd had been there for a very long time and was seen taken over by non-locals now.With the famous beancurd pudding, "Lao Ban" or "51 Beancurd" arising everywhere, I guess that their business were more or less affected. However, Rochor Original Beancurd is still noted for its smooth consistency
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Rochor Original Beancurd is just tucked at the side of Short Street in Bugis area and is usually a "hot" place where patrons will just park at the road side to have a quick bite and go.
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This old school beancurd had been there for a very long time and was seen taken over by non-locals now.
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With the famous beancurd pudding, "Lao Ban" or "51 Beancurd" arising everywhere, I guess that their business were more or less affected. However, Rochor Original Beancurd is still noted for its smooth consistency old school style of beancurd in its chilled condition. Just like the beancurd the drinks were soothing and not overly sweet. In summary, if we were to compared its quality to the past, it was alot better during then.

Cost: $1.30 (Beancurd)
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2013-09-23 94 views
What better for supper than some smooth and silky beancurd?Maybe a cup of cold soybean milk? Or perhaps some fried doughsticks?Well, make that all of the above.The soya beancurd we ordered was with soymilk. Most days I'd rather have it just with sugar syrup but my girlfriend wanted soymilk.It was a little of an overkill seeing as how we also had a cup of cold soybean milk.The doughsticks weren't served hot. I was terribly disappointed. Just as well, it helped me skip the oily mess.Otherwise tho
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What better for supper than some smooth and silky beancurd?
Maybe a cup of cold soybean milk? Or perhaps some fried doughsticks?

Well, make that all of the above.
The soya beancurd we ordered was with soymilk.
Most days I'd rather have it just with sugar syrup but my girlfriend wanted soymilk.
It was a little of an overkill seeing as how we also had a cup of cold soybean milk.

The doughsticks weren't served hot. I was terribly disappointed.
Just as well, it helped me skip the oily mess.

Otherwise though, loved my beancurd and soymilk.
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2013-09-21 59 views
I walked over from Laselle to Peace Center (Dhoby Ghaut area) through a shortcut and chanced upon this Rochor Original Beancurd shop. This is the Rochor standard beancurd ($1.20)! It is the rare better quality old-school beancurd which I will eat now. It managed to uphold its name with its smooth consistent beancurd taste and not overly sweet sugar syrup. While it is already the better old-school beancurd, I still enjoy the contemporary sort of beancurd more. The whole seating area is very lim
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I walked over from Laselle to Peace Center (Dhoby Ghaut area) through a shortcut and chanced upon this Rochor Original Beancurd shop.
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This is the Rochor standard beancurd ($1.20)! It is the rare better quality old-school beancurd which I will eat now. It managed to uphold its name with its smooth consistent beancurd taste and not overly sweet sugar syrup. While it is already the better old-school beancurd, I still enjoy the contemporary sort of beancurd more.
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The whole seating area is very limited. We were lucky to get seats almost immediately when we reached, but probably others are not as lucky, need to wait for quite some time before there is a space.
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2013-07-28 22 views
It has been a long time since I've patronized this beancurd store again. With the rise of all the other popular beancurds like 'lao ban' and 'rochor beancurd', I'm not sure if they have affected the business here. In the past, i had a hard time finding seats during late nights, but last friday at about 11pm+, i could easily find some seats outside the shop. I ordered a tau huay and realized that the taste was slightly different. It was quite bland. I hope their standard won't drop as I've been e
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It has been a long time since I've patronized this beancurd store again. With the rise of all the other popular beancurds like 'lao ban' and 'rochor beancurd', I'm not sure if they have affected the business here. In the past, i had a hard time finding seats during late nights, but last friday at about 11pm+, i could easily find some seats outside the shop. I ordered a tau huay and realized that the taste was slightly different. It was quite bland. I hope their standard won't drop as I've been eating their tau huay for many years.
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2013-07-20 22 views
I was looking for a light snack during tea time and decided to stop by Rochor Beancurd. The beancurd costs $1.20, pretty reasonable; it was smooth and silky, and not too sweet. However, since the introduction of chilled beancurd like lao ban and the like, I've preferred those to the traditional beancurd. The grass jelly costs $1.50; it's also not too sweet and quite chewy, but nothing special about it, and grass jelly drink would be a better choice.
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I was looking for a light snack during tea time and decided to stop by Rochor Beancurd. The beancurd costs $1.20, pretty reasonable; it was smooth and silky, and not too sweet. However, since the introduction of chilled beancurd like lao ban and the like, I've preferred those to the traditional beancurd. The grass jelly costs $1.50; it's also not too sweet and quite chewy, but nothing special about it, and grass jelly drink would be a better choice.
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The Rochor road beancurd is one of the places that I will usually visit once in a while for Taohuay craving. Love the beancurd here cause of its softness and freshness. What’s more they sell like You tiao (fried dough fritters), a must to accompany with Soy Bean or Bean Curd, Ham Chim Peng (Chinese Doughnut) and also Portuguese egg tart. Its abit oily but really tasty and delicious. Don’t think I will ever get tired of this place for its beancurd and its really comforting food. Definitely good f
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The Rochor road beancurd is one of the places that I will usually visit once in a while for Taohuay craving. Love the beancurd here cause of its softness and freshness. What’s more they sell like You tiao (fried dough fritters), a must to accompany with Soy Bean or Bean Curd, Ham Chim Peng (Chinese Doughnut) and also Portuguese egg tart. Its abit oily but really tasty and delicious. Don’t think I will ever get tired of this place for its beancurd and its really comforting food. Definitely good for hangout with a group of friends. There are upstairs and downstairs seatings. If you find it too hot, you can sit upstairs to enjoy the air-condition.
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Situated by the road side and just a corner coffee shop, lined by cars on either side of the road, you cannot help but wonder what has this stall got to offer. Located side by side with another original Rochor beancurd, I later realized that both owners are brothers, but the purpose of this makan session is not to uncover the dispute between them (which apparently was quite a big woo-hah) but to enjoy some great food! Due to stomach size constraints, we only went for the stall located on the rig
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Situated by the road side and just a corner coffee shop, lined by cars on either side of the road, you cannot help but wonder what has this stall got to offer. Located side by side with another original Rochor beancurd, I later realized that both owners are brothers, but the purpose of this makan session is not to uncover the dispute between them (which apparently was quite a big woo-hah) but to enjoy some great food! Due to stomach size constraints, we only went for the stall located on the right.
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(+) Silky smooth and melts in your mouth instantly. You just basically swallow it all down, glurp!
(+) Does not feel gritty like how some lower standards tau huay taste.
(+) Mildly sweet, just enough to satisfy my sweet-tooth craving and not be overwhelmed.

(-) The original version, i.e. with sugar syrup and no added soya milk which my fiance tried was too sweet for my liking.

One's dining experience with tau huay cannot be regarded as complete without some fried fritters to complement it. A sinful indulgence yes, but with a healthy beancurd dish to go down with it, we conveniently convinced ourselves that 'one cant hurt'. Older generation folks generally enjoy dipping the you tiao into the beancurd and enjoy it. I personally cannot find a way to enjoy that but slicing the you tiao into smaller pieces and slurping it up with the beancurd was pure bliss.
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(+) Very crispy and crunchy and you can hear the 'crak-crak' sound with each bite!
(+) Due to difference in texture and mouthfeel, highly complements the soft tau huay.
(+) Not overly greasy.

Just as a little food tidbit, Portuguese tart is a slight variation from the egg tarts that originated from Chinese roots. The key feature being the former being prepared similar to creme brulee, where the surface and puffy pastry is being caramelized.
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(-) Notice the condensation formed on the surface, which explains that the tart had been baked some time ago.
(-) The condensation caused the supposedly fluffy pastry case to be moist, which is a huge minus for pastries.
(-) The egg custard filling was too sweet for our liking.
(-) I personally am not certain if this is an egg or Portuguese tart, seems like a hybrid in my humble opinion.
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2013-04-29 21 views
This is a favourite dessert haunt of mine whenever I'm in the area for dinner with friends. Or sometimes I'd just drive by just to get some for takeaway.It's cheap and good desserts that you could probably only find here. The quality of the beancurd is always consistent - soft and custardy. I personally like mine cold, it's a simple healthy dessert for a hot day.If you choose to eat in the store, there's the alleyway seats or air-conditioned room upstairs. But upstairs is really crammed and when
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This is a favourite dessert haunt of mine whenever I'm in the area for dinner with friends. Or sometimes I'd just drive by just to get some for takeaway.

It's cheap and good desserts that you could probably only find here. The quality of the beancurd is always consistent - soft and custardy. I personally like mine cold, it's a simple healthy dessert for a hot day.

If you choose to eat in the store, there's the alleyway seats or air-conditioned room upstairs. But upstairs is really crammed and when its crowded (as it always is) it gets really noisy (also because people like to come here in large groups). That being said, its also a great place to bring a large group of friends to cap off the evening. Everyone would be agreeable - if you feel peckish, you can order their fried doughs - you tiao, butterfly buns, red bean or salted buns, there's even egg tarts. If you're thirsty, you can get a cup of soya bean drink and if you're craving desserts, you can get the beancurd!

Final verdict: Crowd-pleaser that definitely gets crowded very often!
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2013-04-01 22 views
I cannot think of a better start to a weekend other than having a bowl of tau huey... Located off Selegie road this place offers a variety of snacks for all who wants to have a great evening... Before the night ended... my mum and i decided to head over to this place after our church visiting... I must say... being the start of a long weekend... It was quite packed so i decided to bring it back home.. The order was massive...2 soya bean drink... 2 beancurd.. 1 you tiao and 1 egg tart for about $
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I cannot think of a better start to a weekend other than having a bowl of tau huey... Located off Selegie road this place offers a variety of snacks for all who wants to have a great evening...

Before the night ended... my mum and i decided to head over to this place after our church visiting... I must say... being the start of a long weekend... It was quite packed so i decided to bring it back home.. The order was massive...

2 soya bean drink... 2 beancurd.. 1 you tiao and 1 egg tart for about $7? I think it wasnt that bad.. My chinese was being put to the test but hey i fulfilled my objective of getting the order done! The down side to this if you take away.. the you tiao will be colder and not as crispy but because the weather has been like a sauna that spoiled its heating instrument to make it permanently hot and humid... i could fry an egg... such so much so taking away sometimes in the comfort of your home is that it is much better...

The service is pretty standard very prompt and very fast and i didnt pay that much...
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2013-03-29 11 views
We ordered 1 hot, 1 cold tau huay, 1 butterfly bun and 1 you tiao at only $4.40. The hot tao huay tasted really nice and sooting. As for the cold one, I think the taste is not as superb as compared to the hot one (personal preference). Butterfly bun and you tiao is just offed from the oven so tasted really crispy and nice! The place however is really noisy especially with many people around.
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We ordered 1 hot, 1 cold tau huay, 1 butterfly bun and 1 you tiao at only $4.40. The hot tao huay tasted really nice and sooting. As for the cold one, I think the taste is not as superb as compared to the hot one (personal preference). Butterfly bun and you tiao is just offed from the oven so tasted really crispy and nice! The place however is really noisy especially with many people around.
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2013-03-04 14 views
now that, is what we call a full set happy meal.meet my friend. mr generous.so we stopped by for beancurd.and he offered to make the orders.you wouldnt believe what he came back to the table with.well, actually you would. because i have the photos to prove it. all those were good.in some form.the egg tart was crisp and flaky. the doughsticks freshly fried and oh so yummy.
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now that,

is what we call a full set happy meal.

meet my friend.

mr generous.
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so we stopped by for beancurd.

and he offered to make the orders.

you wouldnt believe what he came back to the table with.

well, actually you would. because i have the photos to prove it.

all those were good.

in some form.

the egg tart was crisp and flaky.

the doughsticks freshly fried and oh so yummy.
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2013-01-19 24 views
The FoodI ordered the fried dough stick, butterfly fritter, soya bean milk and beancurd. The fried dough stick was crispy and not so oily and when dipped into soya bean milk, taste shiok !! The beancurd was soft and silky and sweetness just nice. I always ordered hot one for the soya bean milk and beancurd as can retain the natural and smooth taste. The ServiceAs I went on weekday evening hence the queue is still acceptable. The auntie who take down orders also friendly with a smile.The Ambience
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I ordered the fried dough stick, butterfly fritter, soya bean milk and beancurd.
The fried dough stick was crispy and not so oily and when dipped into soya bean milk, taste shiok !! The beancurd was soft and silky and sweetness just nice. I always ordered hot one for the soya bean milk and beancurd as can retain the natural and smooth taste.

The Service
As I went on weekday evening hence the queue is still acceptable. The auntie who take down orders also friendly with a smile.

The Ambience
Although the shop is quite small with 2 storeys, i find that the place was well-ventilated and not stuffy hence still acceptable

The Price
Reasonably priced at $1 each

Overall
I will definitely come back again and highly recommended to try this!
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Speaking of tau huey (beancurd), I always prefer the traditional silky kind rather than those instant kind of pudding beancurd sold massly outside now. Rochor Beancurd is one of my top choice whenever I have cravings for some late night dessert. Usually I'll order their You Tiao (fried dough stick) to dip inside my bowl of warm silky good stuff as I think they have one of the best You Tiao in town. Their egg tart and hum jin peng is nice too, if you are a fan of these greasy fried food.Limited s
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Speaking of tau huey (beancurd), I always prefer the traditional silky kind rather than those instant kind of pudding beancurd sold massly outside now.

Rochor Beancurd is one of my top choice whenever I have cravings for some late night dessert. Usually I'll order their You Tiao (fried dough stick) to dip inside my bowl of warm silky good stuff as I think they have one of the best You Tiao in town. Their egg tart and hum jin peng is nice too, if you are a fan of these greasy fried food.

Limited seats available, so I'll avoid going over on a weekend night as it can get quite crowded.
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