|Look at these adorable plushies! Opps...I am not trying to blog about these. This is a merchandise from a Soya Pudding stall which is known as Mr. Bean. Nowadays, a lot of type of drinks has been commercialized and creative components added to a common drink. First is the simple milk tea at kopitiam has become a bubble milk tea. Second is from a basic chocolate, vanilla and strawberry milkshake...now becomes with M&M, Smarties, honey, yam and many more. See more in my previous post about Once Upon A Milkshake.|
|Now, from a roadside soya bean stall, now comes with mascots and merchandise for sale.|
|Will be the old traditional way be forgotten?|
|Their promotions on their signatures. Since it is highly recommended by my girl that Silky Soya Pudding is a must try, so I just followed.|
|Silky Soya Pudding @S$2.00|
Overall: 2/5 - I am not impressed with it. The first bite I should be tasting is the rich soya bean taste but I tasted a powdery soya bean. Too powdery which I believe it is made from soya powder and jelly powder. The original soya bean taste has gone. I rather choose a tau fu fah instead.
Total Damage: S$3.00
Food Serving Speed: Fast