For the longest time ever, I was craving tofu pudding since it kept popping up in some Chinese drama I was watching. Finally after dinner at Taste Good Wonton Seafood Restaurant (I'll post on that soon), I came here with good company: Andy, Jeff, and Kevin. Oh, and apparently men should not have to worry about eating too much tofu -- the Chinese myths are false!
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I got the plain hot tofu pudding ($4) because I was quite full from dinner. The hot version is much more smoother and softer than the cold version. Not that the cold version isn't soft, but I think by not chilling it, it retains it's original smoothness. Even though you can buy a whole bucket of this from the store (which is also quite soft), there is nothing like a bowl of fresh warm tofu pudding here.
The tofu pudding is unsweetened, but they give you different types of sugars to add to taste. I have a hard time deciding whether I like ginger sugar syrup more or brown sugar (seen above), so I like to alternate between the two.
My favourite for when I'm not full is the black glutinous rice topping, which Kevin got. Black glutinous rice goes so well with tofu pudding!
Pretty pricey for a bowl of tofu pudding, which would cost less than $2 on the streets of Hong Kong, but good for an occasional eat. There aren't really many other places besides here that specializes in tofu pudding, so it is somewhat of a monopoly I guess. Still, it definitely has the smoothest tofu pudding in town.
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Excellent Tofu & Snack 好好豆品專門店
160-4231 Hazelbridge Way