Yummy Soy, Singapore’s newest soy bean craze is now in the Philippines.
Last Thursday, March 7, Yummy Soy Philippines opened it’s first branch located at the 3rd Level of Robinsons Place Manila, Midtown Wing. They aim to deliver fresh, good quality soy-based products at an affordable price in a contemporary ambiance.
“So yummy! So healthy!” Yummy Soy’s Soy Milk are served in 9 different flavors. They have Original, Almond, Dark Chocolate, White Chocolate, Mango, Tiramisu, Toffee Nut, Strawberry, and Caramel. The regular size is priced at Php 65, while the large size is priced at Php 75.
Gobble: Chilled Bean Curd
Yummy Soy also brings to the Philippines its famous Chilled Bean Curd.
Yummy Soy claims that their chilled bean curd products are made from 100% non-GMO beans and they currently serve six flavors: Original, Almond, Hazelnut, Dark Chocolate, White Chocolate, and Strawberry. The Original is priced at Php 75 while the flavored ones are priced at Php 85.
Slurppy: Bean Curd Fix on the Go
Slurppy is Yummy Soy’s version of their bean curd fix on the go.
Slurppy is served in six different flavors: Original, Almond, Dark Chocolate, White Chocolate, Hazelnut, Strawberry. The Original is priced at Php 75, while the flavored ones are priced at Php 85.
Our Yummy Soy Experience
When Sinful Spoon and I visited Yummy Soy last Friday, March 8, we had our sights set at their chilled bean curd. The smiling lady there asked us if we wanted to try some flavors first before we buy. We happily accepted and tried the Dark Chocolate first then the Original next. After tasting the two flavors, we then decided to buy the Original.
Their Chilled Bean Curd is smooth and silky (as advertised) and literally melted in our mouths soon as we spooned it in. It’s not too sweet and we could really taste and smell the soy.
We liked it!
So much so, we will try their soy milk and Slurppy on our next visit.
Soy Craze in the Philippines
According to the lady we’ve talked with, Yummy Soy Philippines plans to open more branches soon. I think they need to. When we were there, considering that it’s just their second day, they seem to sell well.
Filipinos love taho and soy milk and they’re everywhere in the streets but there aren’t many soy companies here in the Philippines (at least the ones that I know of) that brings their products inside the people flocked malls but do you think this is the start? Do you think that there are that many soy lovers in the Philippines that can bring in the soy craze while eventually disrupting the tea craze in the Philippines?
Yummy Soy Robinsons Place Manila
3rd Level, Midtown Wing