Taho can either be served hot or cold. Taho is normally sold by food peddlers and recently there have been food kiosks or restaurants that are specializing in this soy-based snack. They have flavor variations like Buko Pandan or Strawberry.
I still like the original and classic Taho. It invokes a lot of childhood memories for me. So, whenever I crave for some Taho, I just head over to the Cebu restaurant known as Ulli's Streets of Asia where they serve cold Taho.