There is a new soy specialty dessert shop called Soy Talk. We saw a review from facebook and decided to give it a try. Google map told us it’s located in parker place, but we had some trouble finding it when entering from Hazlebridge Way Side. For ease of our readers, Soy Talk is located in Parker Place facing No. 3 Road.
Strength: Desserts have intense soy
flavour. Soy milk are non-diluted.
Weakness: Higher cost than conventional soy dessert places.
Other Dessert Places
Soy Talk facing No. 3 Road
Soy Talk is located on the exterior of Parker Place, so they can open even Parker Place is closed. There are some oriental false roof shingle decoration above the entrance.
The interior space has modern design with clean white wall with wooden accent. It is very bright and looks very clean.
Congruent interior design throughout
One of the most interesting design in the store is this wall of wooden world map. The lighting fixtures also have cool patterns.
Clean and uncluttered fridge display
This beverage cooler is the first thing you see in the store. It has a clean display with the methodical layout to separate different flavoured soy milk.
Small greenery and number sign
There is a small planting pot on every table to make the interior more lively. The triangular plaque is the custom-made number sign.
When you order your food at the counter, you can see this sign on how the desserts in the store are made.
Desserts served in a try
I liked how the desserts are served on a wooden plate. The staff thoughtfully gave us two spoons when we only ordered one soybean pudding to share. The use of wood gives it a natural feel to the food. The signature soy pudding include a bowl of soybean pudding, a few tapioca pearls with filling, and a small sweetener on the side.
Signature Soy Putting
The signature soy pudding has the soy pudding with soy milk, served with red bean and taro balls. The soy pudding has a firm texture. This is a good indicator that they are not made with gypsum powder. The taro balls have good bouncy chewiness.
Brown Sugar Syrup
The sweetener on the side has a cute container. It is syrups made with unprocessed brown sugar.
Red bean filled Tapioca Pearls
The signature soy pudding also comes with a side of tapioca pearls with red bean filling. These pearls are larger than usual, and the translucency makes them look delicious.
Tapioca Pearls have good texture
The red bean inside is cooked perfectly so it helped the pearls to retain its shape. On the exterior, the pearl wrapping has a decent thickness for it to be chewy. This pearls with filling
604 Food Critic Assessment
Soy Talk is our new favorite soy dessert place in town. Differ from most soy dessert places where the soy pudding is cured using corn starch and gypsum powder (yes, the stuff in your wall), the ones served at Soy Talk are made using the traditional, healthier way. The soy milk also tastes at least 3 times thicker than the diluted ones. The cost of $9.50 for the signature dessert is fair for the food quality. We have no problem recommending Soy Talk to health conscious foodies.