Dáo’s soybean desserts are made from scratch daily following their family’s recipe. To get access to the raw materials they need, the siblings would travel back and forth to Ipoh every month then bring them back for the cafe.
As mentioned above, Dáo wants people to enjoy soybean desserts in a cosy environment, their ambience is also very nostalgic. Check out their Happy Families wall which is fully plastered with 90’s kids’ favourite Happy Families game cards! The charm to Dáo’s is that the environment is full of old school elements and as you enter the cafe, you can definitely reminisce over your childhood days.
The menu selection is very minimal and of course, Taufufah and Soybean Milk are the stars of the cafe. For their Taufufah, there is three syrup choices which are ginger syrup, white sugar and brown sugar.
FoodAdvisor.my helps people who know what they want to eat. We guide them to the best restaurant or cafe to visit at their preferred area. Another reason which makes us unique is our listings are curated via a rating system by local food lovers who visit our domain.
In doing so, we also believe that we can help businesses promote their best dishes towards potential customers speciﬁcally looking for a particular dish.
This is as we believe restaurants and cafés deserve to have the opportunity to highlight their best, and foodies deserve to have the opportunity to savour nothing short of the best.