Douhua is a Chinese dessert made with very soft tofu. It is also known as tofu pudding or soybean pudding.
The way I eat Douhua is the Cantonese way. It is served with sweet ginger syrup or a clear sugar syrup. My grandma made it the Traditional way, in a wooden bucket. Different areas in Asia eat it in different ways.
Taiwan – with sweet toppings such as peanuts, red beans, tapioca
Sichuan – chili oil, soy sauce, Sichuan pepper etc.
Northern China – soy sauce
Philippines – dark brown molasses like syrup called Amibal, and tapioca balls
To name a few…
Decor and layout makes you feel like you walked into a restaurant in Hong Kong.
Taiwanese way with Red beans
I kept it the Cantonese way.
Also ordered the vegan daikon cake
- Large variety on the Menu
- Opens late till 12am
- I will return for more!