20, Jalan SS15/4B
Subang Jaya 47500

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12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm


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The Tao Foo Fah is smooth but a little watery but overall it is quite good, the ginger sugar wasn't too sweet it was just nice RM3.50/bowl. Ordered from Grab food so don't worry.

Commanding the dessert scene is this joint serving affordable soy milk desserts in all forms – shaved ice, soft serve and the classic tau foo fa. On warm days, get their creamy Soy Soft Serve (from RM3.80). Otherwise, it's always a good idea to get the Dao Fu Fah (RM3.90), where smooth beancurd is doused in ginger, brown or white syrup. For the best experience, ask for a two-syrup combo! Pro-tip: Add Tong Yuen (RM1.30 for four pieces) to your bowls, which Burppler Carmen Chan describes as "chewy, dense, glutinous balls of goodness."
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Am I posting tau huay? Yes I am, cause this smooth bowl of bean curd in a light ginger syrup was yummy, and that cup of thick soy milk was one of the best I’ve ever had. I wouldn’t make a special trip down, but if you’re in the area, do yourself a favor and try this!


Definitely the perfect dessert during cold rainy weather! 😻

Tried out Dao back in October 2018 and I thought, “Hey, this is a nice and affordable dessert place!” Though I haven’t been back here much (I have been a few times, but not frequent enough), I still think it’s a nice place in general. We had the Dao Fu Fah (RM 3.90) which is beancurd with the choice of brown syrup and add-on of tongyuen - pumpkin glutinous rice balls - for RM 1.30 and the Dao Panda (RM 6.90) which is beancurd topped with black sesame paste and add-on of tongyuen (RM 1.30). I love the beancurd, as well as the tongyuen. It’s such a simple and classic bowl of dessert to have once in a while. They have more than one branch now, so do check them out if you haven’t.

Smooth, warm soybean curd with the brown sugar syrup and the chewy tang yuen is all we need during rainy days! Don’t you all agree?