Review: Bendemeer Cold & Hot Drinks (Singapore)



Bendemeer Food Centre Singapore

Bendemeer Cold & Hot Drinks

serves a variety of soya bean and grass jelly drinks. Soya beancurd too. Tastes average though.


Soya Milk

The soya milk is available in cold or hot versions. This is the hot version with sugar syrup added to it. It has a sweet taste from the added sugar syrup. However its soya bean flavours are light and quite lacking. Even the soya milk sold at supermarkets has stronger soya bean flavours. This one is just average at most.

Bandung Soya Milk

This glass of soya bean has rose syrup added. It is sweet. However similarly to the soya milk, its soya bean flavours are lacking. Tastes diluted. Average too.

Soya Beancurd

This bowl of soya beancurd is decently smooth and soft with sugar syrup added. Similarly to the soya milk drinks, its soya bean flavours are lacking. Don’t bother with this soya beancurd and save your stomach space for something else instead.

Grass Jelly Drink

Besides soya bean, grass jelly is available as well. This grass jelly drink has sugar syrup added, tastes diluted and contains just miserable slivers of grass jelly. It is not even likeable.


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