red bean is fabulous. so is the butterfly bun, the youtiao, the soyabean drink, the douhua, egg tarts, and the chincao
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Rochor Beancurd is a go-to of mine and I think it's a good place to go for supper if you're in need of something light and cheap!
The place is a typical shop selling bean curd and other Chinese tidbits to snack on. The bean curd is actually quite nice and smooth. However, the service is very bad. The person selling the bean curd seems to be over worked and very tired....More
A perfect stop over for a light supper. Extra seating are available on the 2nd level. Cheap and fresh too!
Everything was there, just go and grab. I ordered a cold soy milk and bean curd. Was so nice at hot sunny day or after a long walk. The beancurd could be smoother. The taste wise was excellent. Just try to take away. THe place...More
The last time I have had a beancurd at this place was 5 years ago, and it still tastes pretty much the same. I don't think anything's changed here, the variety of foods stays the same, the service is still terrible (if you can't speak...More
I love this place. I just love it. I tried it last week and I already came back for more. Both cold and warm are amazing. Service is not fantastic but food is worth it. I'm coming for more soon!
Tasted the cold beancurd, eggtart, and you tiao..and it taste really really good. Took the wrong subway exit at bugis,so we walked quite far from the place. Should've exit at rochor instead.
Tried this place again after a few years especially since I moved closer to the city. Unfortunately, I think other places (e.g. Geylang) are much better than this outlet along Short Street. Soya Bean drinks are watered down and the fritters soggy.
came here for some more beancurd recently. It's still very cheap at just $1.50 a serving, and the beancurd is just as tasty as on previous visits. They don't ever seem to make any improvements to the appearance of the venue though.