10 Best Beancurd in Singapore to Go Along With Your Dough Fritters [2022]

Here are our top beancurd in Singapore picks!

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Last Updated on January 11th, 2022

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If you”re a fan of soy bean products, at one point in time you would have wanted to try beancurd which is the jelly form of soya milk.

Eat it as a breakfast staple with dough fritters or simply enjoy it on its own! Here are our top beancurd in Singapore picks!

1. Rochor Beancurd

Beancurd Singapore - Rochor Beancurd
Type of InformationDetails
ContactTel:
+65 6741 7358
Address156/158 Sims Avenue
Opening HoursMon – Sun:
10am – 11.30pm
Online Reviews651 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.0/5.0)

The roots of Rochor beancurd dates back to 1955 where beancurd was first sold out of a pushcart makeshift store, to where it is now – a recognised beancurd haunt amongst many Singaporeans.

Their classic traditional beancurd indeed hits differently. Level up the experience by pairing it with the dough fritters selection!

2. Selegie Soyabean

Beancurd Singapore - Selegie Soyabean
Type of InformationDetails
ContactTel:
+65 6280 5711
AddressMultiple outlets islandwide
Opening HoursMon – Sun:
7.30am – 10.45pm
*Check opening hours of individual outlets
Online Reviews321 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.2/5.0)

The Selegie name is certainly no stranger to us with many of us eating this beancurd while growing up. The expansion all across the island is a testament to the unwavering quality all over the years.

While you enjoy your beancurd, they also offer other food products such as muffins (the blueberry muffin is delicious), durian bombs and egg tarts to complement that of the beancurd. Indeed one of our favourite beancurd in Singapore!

3. Whampoa Soyabean and Grass Jelly

best beancurd in singapore_whampoa soya bean and grass jelly
Type of InformationDetails
ContactTel:
+65 9138 7800
Address91 Whampoa Dr, #01-52 Makan Place,
Singapore 320091
Opening HoursTue – Sun:
7.15am – 8pm

Mon and Fri:
Closed
Online Reviews49 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.1/5.0)

As the name of the store suggests, Whampoa Soyabean is located in Whampoa hawker centre, serving up fresh beancurd. I particularly enjoy the silkiness of the beancurd which trumps over that of many other beancurd stores.

If you’re a fan of “michael jackson”, do give their soybean curd and grass jelly dessert a try – indeed a best of both worlds.

4. Laoban

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Source: Daniel Food Diary
Type of InformationDetails
ContactTel:
Check contact of individual outlets
AddressMultiple Locations
Opening HoursCheck opening hours of individual outlets
Online Reviews143 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.3/5)

Crowd favourite! I remember frequenting the store at Old Airport Road weekly, purchasing at least 5 bowls of beancurd to enjoy over the weekend! The sweetness level is just right as the firm yet silky beancurd hits the mouth, it is almost impossible to resist digging in for another scoop.

Evident from the success and popularity of their products, supermarkets even stock this freshly made beancurd, essentially making it all the more accessible for the whole of Singapore.

5. Gogo Beanz Soyabean

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Type of InformationDetails
AddressChinatown Complex Food Centre, 335 Smith St, #02-138,
Singapore 050335
Opening HoursWed – Sun:
8am – 3pm

Mon – Tue:
Closed
Online Reviews3 Google reviews (Average rating: 5.0/5.0)

Fresh soy products – One of the first things that strikes us about Gogo Beanz is the variety of beancurd products, more unique ones at that.

Some of the more unique ones which caught our eye is the riceball beancurd and candy jelly beancurd which are not commonly found at other beancurd stores across the island.

6. Tan Lee Loong

Beancurd Singapore - Tan Lee Loong Soya Bean
Source: OpenRice
Type of InformationDetails
AddressHong Lim Market & Food Centre, Blk 531A Upper Cross St #02-71 Chinatown
Opening HoursMon – Sat:
6am – 3.30pm

Sun:
Closed
Online Reviews4 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.8/5.0)

Silky and smooth beancurd going at a dollar each – Tan Lee Loong is a must try when you head to Hong Lim Hawker Centre.

Like many other traditional beancurd stores, they serve up soybean milk and beancurd that comes in the standard transparent plastic boxes. Its value for money indeed bumps it up into our top beancurd Singapore list!

7. Teck Seng Soyabean

Beancurd Singapore - Teck Seng Soyabean
Source: Simple Foodie
Type of InformationDetails
ContactTel:
+65 9786 5103
Address30 Seng Poh Rd, #02-69 Market,
Singapore 168898
Opening HoursTue – Sun:
4.30am – 12pm

Mon:
Closed
Online Reviews44 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.9/5.0)

Hand made beancurd located in Tiong Bahru market – Snaking queues start forming early in the morning and the beancurd often gets sold out before 10am.

The beancurd is made from scratch where the owner cooks the beans to make soybean milk before letting it set to form beancurd. Teck Seng Soyabean is definitely worth waking up early for!

8. Woong Kee Traditional Beancurd

best beancurd in singapore_woong kee traditional bean curd
Type of InformationDetails
Address1 Kadayanallur St,
Singapore 06918
Opening HoursMon – Fri:
11am – 8pm

Sat – Sun:
10am -9pm
Online Reviews28 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.5/5.0)

The Woong Kee name originated from Ipoh and has successfully expanded across the island, bringing to customers crowd favourites such as the 3 in 1 beancurd with red beans, lotus seeds and ginkgo nuts.

They even have set meals that come with dough fritters to pair with the beancurd, satisfying those breakfast cravings that we all need especially on a Monday!

9. Beano

Beancurd Singapore - Beano
Type of InformationDetails
ContactTel:
+65 9852 7900
Address6 Everton Park, #01-02,
Singapore 080006
Opening HoursMon – Fri:
7.30am – 7pm

Sat:
7.30am -2pm

Sun:
Closed
Online Reviews11 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.8/5.0)

Beano was founded by Alan Yoon who decided to take his passion for soybeans a step further by leaving his corporate posting to start his own soybean shop. It took loads of experimentation and research to study Taiwan’s soy milk products before coming up with a beancurd which Beano is proud to call their own.

They serve up their signature original, chocolate and also Bandung flavours. If you’re looking to try the rest of their homemade products, do give their kombucha a try too!

10. 51 Soyabean

best beancurd in singapore_51 soya bean
Type of InformationDetails
ContactTel:
+65 9388 1098
Address505 Beach Rd, B1-04, Golden Mile Food Centre,
Singapore 199583
Opening HoursMon – Sun:
10am – 10pm
Online Reviews12 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.6/5.0)

Touted to be a close competitor of Laoban beancurd, Old 51 Soyabean brings to customers their freshly made and silky beancurd which comes in a variety of flavours.

The original flavoured one goes at S$1.50 while more premium flavours such as the Bandung and milo flavours go at S$1.80 and S$2, indeed this beancurd Singapore is comfort for the soul!

Conclusion

Do you have any reviews and comments to share regarding our choices for the best beancurd Singapore to satisfy that soybean craving?

While SBO is committed to supporting our local businesses, we welcome any feedback and anonymous sharing regarding your experience with the above-listed best beancurd Singapore.

We hope that this guide will be useful in helping you to make a better decision when it comes to finding the best beancurd Singapore.

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