49A Serangoon Garden Way
#01-41 Serangoon Garden Market
Singapore 555945

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Beancurd smooth.

Uses gula melaka as syrup.

Quite good.

$1 only

Really really smooth, but so hot that you can't really eat it quickly at all. The sugar syrup had a strong pandan fragrance as well.

While the syrup might not seem like a lot since the tau huay filled the bowl to the brim, there's actl just enough so don't have to ration at the beginning. I always make the same mistake without realising that the syrup seeps to the bottom

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Tasty & smooth grass jelly (chin chow) for an after-meal dessert or to beat the heat. At only $1 a bowl, it is very cheap as well.


A hit amongst the Burpple Tastemakers on this week's Serangoon Garden Market trawl, this stall in Serangoon Garden Market serves a winning bowl of Tau Huay ($1). It's as traditional as it can get — the beancurd is only served hot, and in a retro blue and white porcelain bowl to boot. As Tastemaker Zhihui Lim describes, the beancurd is extremely smooth and delicate, and the syrup wasn't excessively sweet. Tastemaker Wei Zhi Chiang says it slid down her throat, while Tastemaker Irene Arieputri declares that it blew her mind. Their only gripe is that they wished it could be served cold but hey, it'll be well worth your perspiration.
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Zhihui Lim


Probably not something I expected of this food exploration, but this traditional bowl of tau huay stole the spotlight. The soft silky texture was on point although the aunty said they only had the warm version. I rarely find tau huay mindblowing, and this might be one of those rare occasions. So happy to end our feast on a light sweet note!



Beancurd so delicate and smooth, wished there was a cold version but at only $1, wouldn't mind getting this even with the super hot weather! Also liked how the syrup wasn't excessively sweet.