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Review for Lao Ban Soya Beancurd (Old Airport Road) (老伴豆花)

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Address: #01-127, Old Airport Road Hawker Centre, 51 Old Airport Road, 390051
02 Jun 2013
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Smooth, delicate Tao Huey!

Very smooth and delicate Tao Huey from Lao Ban! Silky and refreshing as well. Almost akin to "melt in your mouth". On the down side, I find it a little too sweet. But still, definitely the best in Singapore. Value for money too - $1.50 for one bowl. 
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$3 for 2 pax
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Awesome Tau Huay

The hype about Lao Ban tau huay is not without basis. With a soft and silky texture, the chilled sweet dessert is sure to leave you craving for more! The price is also pretty reasonable. Perhaps it'll be better if you takeaway and eat it in a nice comfy place instead of having it in the hawker centre...

More reviews on stalls in Old Airport Road Food Centre at http://awwsnapz.blogspot.sg/2015/01/singapore-hawker-food-trail-old-airport.html
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Superb Beancurd

Lao Ban's beancurd will always be my favourite. The sweetness is spread evenly throughout the nicely textured beancurd and is a must try for all to eat! Usually when I eat it, one is never enough
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Smooth & Silky!

One of the best I've tried but slightly too sweet for my liking.
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The Soya Beancurd Face-Off: Lao Ban vs 51

Please visit http://whattoeatah.wordpress.com/2012/09/26/the-soya-bean-curd-face-off-lao-ban-vs-51/ for the complete review and uploaded photos. Long gone were the days when Soya Beancurd was scooped into a bowl and served with a layer of syrup. The tradition can still be found in the streets of Singapore along Rocher Road or Selegie. However, when you mention the word Soya Beancurd these days, Lao Ban will be the first to appear on many people’s minds. Ever since they opened a stall at Old Airport Road Food Centre, it has triggered a “beancurd” war nationwide. But, before those who were initially clueless about Lao Ban, let me first do a face-off between Lao Ban Soya Beancurd and 51 Soya Bean. Then you decide again.