There is something so wonderful and comforting about tau fu fah. Smooth and slippery, it slides down one's throat. This smooth as silk tau fu fah was introduced by WMW and ever since then, I have been hooked. Unlike other places, here they don't use any sek ko fan (plaster of paris) to turn the soy milk into curd but instead it is a citric acid which is much healthier. Although I'm not a fan of red beans usually but this topping of soft red kidney beans when paired with the tau fu fah is addictive. I can't really remember how much I paid for this but it should be definitely higher than the usual RM1 bowls at the soy bean stall. If I am not mistaken it should be about RM2.50 or RM3. A bit pricey but worth every sen I reckon for the pure satisfaction I get from eating this.
Aside from this, they also serve dumplings or tong yuen with various fillings and soy milk which is supposedly also very good. Must give that a try one day. Do read the other reviews which has focused on those items.
Lower Ground Floor
Ikano Power Centre
(Halal. The corner shop is located opposite Mama Sayang. Various branches all over Klang Valley. To get a list of their branches and more details, click on their website link.)
*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from the restaurant for writing this review.
Tagged with: Malaysian Food + Tau Fu Fah + Red Beans