One of the suprising and very pleasant things I've discovered about eating in Singapore is that the humble tofufa man, ubiquitous at every street corner in Malaysia in his sweaty t-shirt and droopy moustache, has evolved into an equally ubiquitous soyabean derived product shop at every shopping mall and air conditioned venue. Usually the full survey of soya products: soya bean milk, soya bean curd, etc. together with grass and almond jellies are for sale at very reasonable prices - usually $1.50 or so.
Most of the time they also vend pancake goodies - stuffed with roasted chopped peanuts, red bean paste or even cream cheese. I told Leon how I've been having tofufa almost everyday; to which he said, "YUK!". It's not exactly his favourite food. My flatmate Pat remarked in hushed-trying-not-to-offend-tones upon trying some once, "Umm...David, it's really...bland."
But I like this new development in Singapore.