Singaporeans love their hearty bowls of tau huey, as seen from Lao Ban’s success, and also Bubble Tea. So has anyone thought of combining the two? Meet Chinese Tofu Magician, a newcomer from China who does just that.
After becoming a big hit in China, the soya milk specialist has finally decided to expand into Singapore — much to the joy of BBT fans.
It’s not quite the same as a cup of earl grey with white pearls, but it shakes things up for those who want a bit of a twist in their sweet doses of joy.
Chinese Tofu Magician had actually expanded to various parts of the world before landing in Singapore. You can find them in places such as KL, Macau, and even Barcelona.
That’s why there’s quite a bit of hype generated from their new outlet in Singapore. Many people can’t wait to get their hands on their unique soya milk drinks, since travel isn’t possible yet.
But what makes Chinese Tofu Magician different from all the other soya milk stalls in Singapore is their method of making soya milk. It’s freshly made daily, extracted using a stone grinder.
While there are over 30 items on their menu, one item that has exploded on social media is their signature Soy Milk Tea with Soy Foam and White Jade (S$5.90).
It comes with rich soya milk that’s elevated with creamy soya milk foam and an eye-catching mochi skewer. The drink is finished with a glorious sprinkling of soya bean powder to become a likes magnet on social media.
For fans of other traditional Chinese desserts, there’s also a Mango Pomelo Sago Dessert Series available at Chinese Tofu Magician’s Singapore outlet.
Varieties include Mango Sago Pomelo with Soymilk Smoothie (S$4.60), Mango Pomelo Sago with Cream Cap (S$5.10), and the Mango Pomelo Sago with Soymilk Pudding (S$3.20).
The menu isn’t limited to drinks either, with sweet treats such as Beancurd with Golden Sugar (S$2.70) and Soya Milk Cone (S$2.10) available as well.
If you’re looking for the next hottest drink in Singapore, then be sure to head down to Paya Lebar Square to check out this unique new concept — be warned, they’ve been selling out fast.