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Digest 6 Soy Speciality Cafés: The Best Tau Fu Fah, Cream Puffs, Soy Soft Serve And More

6 Soy Speciality Cafés: The Best Tau Fu Fah, Cream Puffs, Soy Soft Serve And More

6 Soy Speciality Cafés: The Best Tau Fu Fah, Cream Puffs, Soy Soft Serve And More
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By Katelyn Tan
June 03, 2021
More and more cafés are putting soy in the spotlight by serving classic and contemporary delights, from 'tau fu fah' to soy soft serve and soy shaved ice

Silky smooth and oh-so satisfying, there are few things better than a comforting scoop of tau fu fah or by a creamy sip of soy milk. That's why we've rounded up six spots in the Klang Valley where you can curb your soy cravings.

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1/6 Dáo

Dáo’s offerings often see a cheeky play on words: their classic Dáo Fu Fah can be served with ginger, brown, white or chrysanthemum syrup and garnished with toppings such as red or black sesame paste, osmanthus jelly, and pumpkin glutinous rice balls. Meanwhile, their Dáo Nai (soy milk) can be made with white or black soy beans; the latter has a surprising green tinge, but shouldn’t be mistaken for matcha. While Dáo also offers soy soft serve and Dáo Bing aka beancurd with shaved ice, what catches this writer’s eye is their soy cream puffs, available exclusively on weekends; Dáo recommends dropping them a message to reserve the popular item in advance.

Dáo | Multiple locations in Damansara Jaya, Subang Jaya, Puchong Jaya and Kuchai Lama | +6018-662-3488

2/6 Tono Soy Milk

Damansara Uptown-based Tono Soy Milk bottles their varieties of soy milk in aesthetically-pleasing bottles decorated with adorable monkey graphics. Notable flavours include matcha, black sesame and the soypresso latte. Enjoy their tau fu fah hot or cold with unique Asian flavours: the Blazing Sunrise is made with osmanthus flowers, peach gum and red dates, while the Akizakura is accompanied by delicate sweet potato balls, barley, and grass jelly. Other add-ons include maiya peanut, taro balls and adzuki red beans.

Tono Soy Milk | 86G, Jalan SS 21/39, Damansara Utama, Petaling Jaya, Selangor | +6018-966-8693

3/6 Soylab

Soy enthusiasts are spoiled for choice at Soylab, where the extensive menu ranges from soy shaved ice and soy waffles to soyffle pancakes and soy cendol. Of course, the café also serves classic beancurd, spruced up with toppings such as pumpkin paste, glutinous rice balls and black sesame. Rather than the usual dairy-based accompaniments, Soylab’s souffle pancakes and waffles are served with soy whipped cream and soy soft serve.

Soylab | DE, 104, Jalan SS 21/39, Damansara Utama, Petaling Jaya, Selangor | +603-7731-4838

4/6 Huáng Soy Bar

Specialising in fresh soy milk, tau fu fah and shaved ice, Huáng Soy Bar is a relatively new addition to the soy scene. Their bestseller, the Huáng Signature, comes with bouncy sweet potato and taro balls and is topped with grass jelly, whereas the Huáng Bowl is a riff on ais kacang. Choose from an extensive range of toppings when you customise your own bowl, such as tangyuan, gingko nuts and konyakku or matcha jelly. Their black sesame jelly cubes are especially distinctive.

Huáng Soy Bar | Lot 23, Ground Floor, Wisma Dicor, Jalan SS 17/1A, Subang Jaya, Selangor

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5/6 Soyya

Soyya is known for its handcrafted soya milk drinks, which are brewed daily. Their menu lists an abundance of hot and cold soy drinks, with flavours such as Earl Grey, Belgian chocolate, matcha and espresso. Notable flavours include the Sirap Bandung Lychee SoyFrappé as well as the Brown Sugar Matcha Boba Soyya. The café also serves a Signature 5 Treasures Bowl, which combines classic tau fu fah with taro balls, red beans, boba, grass jelly and cendol. Soyya can be found in various shopping malls, such as The Gardens, Sunway Pyramid, Sunway Velocity and Berjaya Times Square.

Soyya | Various locations

6/6 Soypresso

Established in Malaysia in February this year, Soypresso originates from Taiwan and says that the composition of their ingredients is "95 per cent soy and 5 per cent joy." The menu is full of charming illustrations of their products, such as fruity 'soy smoothies', soy soft serve and tau fu fah. Reminiscent of a bubble tea shop, Soypresso allows customers to customise their preferred sugar levels, types of syrup and toppings, such as purple rice, taro balls and barley.

Soypresso | 8, Jalan SS15/4b, SS15, Subang Jaya, Selangor

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