721 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8
#01-2823 FoodLoft
Singapore 560721

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

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I added 3 mandus for $4.50 which I find it abit pricey. The mandus were very crispy but it reminds me of the mandus from CJ brand. I find the portion abit little. The soup was just nice, not too spicy. They used pork slices, like shabu shabu. The tofu was really silky. I would come back once in a while.

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Their fresh silken Soon Tofu is made with premium Korean soybean 🌟 from the pristine Paju, South Korea πŸ‡°πŸ‡·. The 10-ingredient secret soup recipe guarantees a rich robust-tasting soup. πŸ₯£
I had the Assorted Soon Tofu Set ($8), which comprises seafood like prawns 🦐, clams, squid πŸ¦‘ as well as meats like beef slices πŸ„. We also tried their Pork Soon Tofu Set ($7), topped with a pretty generous serving of thin pork slices πŸ–. The sets are served with rice, kimchi & seaweed for a wholesome meal.

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A warm and comfortable food you can get from the coffee shop, an affordable concept by SBCD Korea Tofu House.

For $7, you get a decent bowl of tofu soup with tender pork, kimchi and seaweed. The tofu was super smooth and tasty soup as well.

SBCD Korean Tofu House, known for their soft tofu stew, recently opened their express outlet Buk Chang Dong Soon Tofu at Ang Mo Kio (with another outlet opening tomorrow at Punggol). You can get your fix of tofu stew at pocket-friendly prices (from $6 - $8) here, with 6 types of soft tofu sets to choose from. Each set comes with kimchi, rice and a packet of seaweed.

Disclaimer: I’m reviewing this on the basis that I’ve tried the stew from SBCD. The portions you get here are obviously smaller but still substantial enough for me. Of the 2 sets that we had (Assorted / Pork), I would recommend going for the assorted as there’s more variety in the ingredients. The tofu was smooth and silky, while the soup was comforting (although we felt the that the soup at SBCD was more well-balanced in taste overall). We also had the Mandu (dumplings), which we really enjoyed and highly recommend you to order as a side if you are here! They were so crispy and juicy!

Overall, I feel that this is good for the price you are paying. But if price is not a factor for you, then I’ll encourage you to head down to SBCD to get your fix instead!

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Pork Korean Dumplings (5s) - $6.50
Beef Soon Tofu Set - $7
Buk Chang Dong Soon Tofu is the express brand for SBCD Korean Tofu House, bringing yummy tofu soup to heartlands. The freshly handmade silken tofu are made of specially imported premium soybean from Paju, South Korea. It is my first time trying and their tofu was so smooth and light, it slips right through my mouth! That explains their high popularity
Buk Chang Dong Soon Tofu

Within a homely estate lies this soondubu specialty place that I saw quite a number of people ordering! We tried the Seafood Soondubu ($8) and the Pork Soondubu ($7) but personally I liked the pork version better as the soup is somehow more robust, although the seafood version did contain quite a variety of ingredients. I must say, the portion is smaller than normal Korean stew places so please take note! The mandu ($4.50 for 3) is really surprisingly good albeit expensive. Nonetheless, the stews were indeed comforting, and will be something I crave for when it rains!