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06:00 - 17:00
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06:00 - 17:00
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Signature Dishes
Grass Jelly Soya Bean
Review (10)
Level1 2014-05-21
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Apparently blk 92 whampoa market was closed for renovation, I found one stall blk 85 that resembles and has the same signboard as the original. Went to order 3 bowls of takeaway soyabeancurd, the toppings were as usual filled to the brimbut the staff, 3 of them was chatting all the way. As i was buying for 2 elderly, i requested less sugar but I was ignored and they kept talking among themselves. I was the only one oredering and it took me 5 minutes to get my soya beancurd. Are they too famous to even care abt my measly $9? continue reading
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Level3 2013-10-17
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Unlike Lao Ban Tau Huay, Whampoa Soya Bean and Grass Jelly serve traditional Tau Huay which is silky and smooth. It is hard to find this quality of traditional Tau Huay these days. Their queue is endlessly long, that shows how good their desserts are. My mother likes the combination of soya bean and grass jelly drink. For $1, you can get a large cup! I think it is rather bang for the buck. continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-08
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The bowl of 糖水 (Tang Shui) was Served chilled and reveals a soothing sensation as I enjoyed the spoonfuls of cooling effects down the throat. It consist of Wolf-berries, white fungus and lotus seeds.whereby the white fungus has good properties that aids in blood production and enhance circulation to the skin for a radiance and moisturized complexion. Not only that, it is beneficial for our lungs, effective in healing dry cough and clearing heat in the lungs. Cost: $2.50Another bowl of interesting find from this stall is its combination of soften Ginko Nuts, Lotus Seeds, Kidney Beans and Tau Huay. A fantastic harmony of Tau Huay smoothness and bites from the beans/seeds. The texture of Tau Huay belongs to the traditional kind unlike the "Soyabean Pudding" we had in trend nowadays. A slightest pressure on them would just simply disintegrate them into our mouth, as good as "melting in mouth" feeling. And also part of the reason of my liking. Cost: $3Quite a common bowl of dessert that we can get in most of the desserts stall perhaps. Not too sweet with the preserved longans and rather cooling bowl of delight after meal. Grass Jelly tasted towards bitter with herbs unlike those that we commonly get in the market place. Cost: $2For more reivews, visit http://umakemehungry.blogspot.sg/2013/10/desserts-from-whampoa.html continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-11
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I really like grass jelly drink and at the same time really like soy bean drink too! So this combination of soybean with grass jelly strips is perfect for me. This drink costs $1 and is a rather large cup. There is always a long queue for this stall too! The soy bean taste is strong and not too sweet and the jelly strips add contrast of texture to the smooth soy bean. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-01
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Ordered some soy bean drink to go along with my local breakfast. For one dollar I get a large cup that is filled with fresh soya bean dink. The drink is refreshing and chilled and is sweetened just nice so that it is neither too sweet nor tasteless. The drink also does not have too much ice such that it does not get too diluted after awhile. Overall a good choice for a quick and cheap local drink though not outstanding. continue reading
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