Selegie Soya Bean

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Selegie Soya Bean sells soya bean milk, tao huay and other desserts such as tang yuan. 

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It’s always a good time for tau huay
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4.5
My childhood self didn’t know about Lao Ban or Rochor Beancurd. There was only Selegie Soya Bean. Faithfully after breakfast at Marine Parade Food Centre, my whole family would savour the tau huay from Selegie. Tau huay after a hearty breakfast was the perfect finisher.

Smooth and lightly sweetened, Selegie Soya Bean is a well-known name in Singapore. My favorite thing about Selegie’s tau huay is its texture. My spoon always cleaves through the tau huay cleanly, leaving me (yeah, I’m a little OCD) feeling extremely satisfied. The tau huay is never too sweet, which makes it a go-to choice when I’m looking for something a little lighter to complete my meal.

Selegie has outlets throughout Singapore, so it is very likely you can get your tau huay fix right in your neighbourhood. Definitely worth the few cents for a great end to every meal.

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Good Beancurd
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4.0
Before I had Lao Ban Beancurd, there was Selegie Soya Bean. Many a times, when we were not satisfied with dinner, my family and I would head over to Selegie. My parents would have a bowl of beancurd while my sister and I ordered their soya bean milk with pearls.

Selegie beancurd is smooth and silky. It is not overly sweet, but for those with a sweet tooth, the aunties there will gladly top up your beancurd with more sugar syrup. One thing I like about Selegie Soya Bean is that they have several add-ons such as black sesame or peanut tang yuan and black pearls, which introduces different flavours and textures to the dessert.

It may not warrant a special trip down, but if you’re in the vicinity, you should give Selegie Soya Bean a try. You won’t regret it.
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