Yah I know the name of the shop sounds very weak. But this neighbourhood place for tau huay is very popular with everyone living within and out of the vicinty. I’ve done this on video before on Youtube but I thought I should feature this here as well.

I chanced upon this place when I was checking out the place for food one day. And to my surprise, the snacks here are really good! Pics all taken with my handphone.

The shop which don't really look too good from the outside. But it's airconditioned inside.
For those who prefer chilled ones for soy bean curd and drinks. Oh the sandwiches are cold as well. Pretty good.
Pastries baked daily and in house... so when you're there while they are baking, wah the smell is super good! Must tries are Curry Puff and Chicken Pie! Mushroom pie is not bad too! But don't eat in the car, you'll drop alllll over the place! Cos th crust is very flaky!
This is the 3-in-1. 5 glutinous rice balls with soy bean curd and drink. Filled to the brim... so unlike Rochor or Selegie brands. The soy bean curd on it's own also not bad but you must tale the hot one to taste the smoothness of the curd!
Glutinous rice balls filled with peanut paste. Very nice...
Chicken Mayo Sandwich. Only $1,90. Very nice snack to replace the noodles and rice beside this shop.

Rating: 5/5

Taste: The soy bean curd is filled with soy bean fragrance and extremely smooth. Cold ones not as smooth but the can cool you down during the warm day. Puffs, pies and other stuff is really good too.

Portion: Soy bean curd filled to the brim. Pies also with loads of fillings. Value for money!

Price: $1.50 for a big bowl of soy bean curd. 3-in-1 is going for $3.00. Pastries are pretty good but a lot cheaper than *ahem* the big brands.

RTE: Yes.. maybe tomorrow!

Location: Block 326 Serangoon Avenue 3