Hello Mr. Bean lovers, are you looking for the latest Mr. Bean Menu? You have arrived at the right place then. We have uploaded their complete menu with pictures & updated prices. Below you will find the latest Lists of Mr Bean Menu 2023 Singapore with prices.
Mr. Bean Menu Singapore With Prices List
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Mr. Bean Menu. From their Classic Soy Milk at just S$2.50 to the indulgent Pearly Taro priced at S$4.55, their menu caters to every taste. Don’t miss out on their unique Watermelon Soy Milk for S$4.30 or the refreshing Icy Viet Coffee 16oz at S$5.60. With a range of options and great prices, Mr. Bean Menu is a must-visit for soy milk enthusiasts and coffee lovers alike!
Grass Jelly Drinks
With an array of delectable options like Kaya Cheese, Hazelnut Royale, and Crunchy Peanut Butter pancakes priced at an affordable S$2.50 to S$2.90, this spot is a pancake lover’s dream come true. Don’t miss the Tuna Pancake or the sweet Azuki Red Bean and Chocolate Pancakes, each only S$2.20.
Soy Porridge Set Meals
Grab & Go
Indulge in a variety of exquisite Grass Jelly Bowls, including the refreshing Peppermint and the rich Luo Han Guo, all priced at just S$ 3.10. Treat your taste buds to the luscious Dessert Jelly Bowls, like the heavenly Mango Pudding or the classic Red Bean, for only S$ 3.40 each. Don’t miss out on the tantalizing Sweet Corn and Almond Longan options.
Is Mr. Bean a Singapore brand?
“Let’s address the question that’s been on some people’s minds – Is Mr Bean a Singapore brand? Well, the answer is a resounding yes! This incredible success story began with a humble hawker store back in 1995, offering only two products – soya milk and beancurd. Fast forward to today, and Mr. Bean has transformed into a flourishing soybean empire with more than 70 chain stores and an impressive range of over 40 products. It’s truly an inspiring tale of Singaporean ingenuity and entrepreneurial spirit!”
What is Mr. Bean Singapore?
what exactly is Mr Bean Singapore? Well, let me tell you! Established back in 1995, Mr. Bean has become the go-to destination for all things soya bean food and drinks in Singapore. It’s now the leading chain retailer in the country, boasting more than 60 stores not only in Singapore but also across Asia. The best part? They offer a delightful range of soya bean treats for everyone to enjoy, from refreshing ice-blended flavored soya drinks to mouthwatering ice-creams and pastries.
Is Mr. Bean’s porridge halal?
I’ve got some exciting news to share about Mr. Bean’s porridge in Singapore. If you’ve been wondering whether it’s halal or not, I’m happy to inform you that Mr. Bean is now officially Halal-Certified! Yep, you heard it right! All 64 outlets have received the official certification from the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS). So, if you’re a fan of Mr. Bean’s porridge and have been concerned about its halal status, you can now enjoy it with complete peace of mind.
Is Mr. Bean pancake vegetarian?
Absolutely not! Unfortunately, Mr. Bean’s pancake is not a vegetarian-friendly option. The pancake batter itself contains eggs, making it unsuitable for those who follow a vegetarian diet. Additionally, to add to the non-vegetarian aspect, they even offer ham as one of the toppings. So, if you’re a vegetarian, it’s better to steer clear of Mr. Bean’s pancake offerings and opt for something else that aligns with your dietary preferences.
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