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Fermented Beancurd or Smelly Tofu as it is more popularly called, is like Durian - you either like it or you hate it. Mini Star has been making Fermented beancurd in the Geylang vicinity for the longest time. Unlike in Hong Kong or Taiwan, you can't really located the shop by following the stench - it seems like the Authorities made them installed state-of-the-art ventilation system to get rid of them.The fermented beancurd ($4 per piece) was deep-fried to a light crisp on the outside while it’s
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Fermented Beancurd or Smelly Tofu as it is more popularly called, is like Durian - you either like it or you hate it. Mini Star has been making Fermented beancurd in the Geylang vicinity for the longest time. Unlike in Hong Kong or Taiwan, you can't really located the shop by following the stench - it seems like the Authorities made them installed state-of-the-art ventilation system to get rid of them.

The fermented beancurd ($4 per piece) was deep-fried to a light crisp on the outside while it’s moist and soft inside. Served with sweet sauce and chili sauce with slivers of cucumber, it really isn't smelly at all.
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For those of you who chose to skip the fermented beancurd. Do try the duck meat pancake ($7), duck meat stuffed into chinese styled pancake and fried to ultimate crispiness.
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If you are an adventurous foodie, try the fermented beancurd at Mini Star. The smell might be a little overwhelming at first, but once you tried it, you will just keep coming back for more!
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Date of Visit
2013-10-20
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$10
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  • fermented beancurd