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Brought my parents to eat steamboat. All their stoves were dirty, spoilt and filled with soot. After trying 4 stoves, they took out one which has gas leaking and exploded into a ball of fire. My mother fell backwards injured herself. My wife nearly got her face burnt.
Next we found dead houseflies in the vegetables.
The restaurant has no manger or Incharge, all staffs were poorly trained and have very bad service.
After speaking to manager over they phone they offered 10% discount and I thought it was April’s Fool. Did not even asked abt my mum or offer to pay for her treatment. Such unapologetic and ridiculous response I ever expected

Please dine here if you want:
1) Expensive food
2) Unhygienic food and dangerous stoves
3) Bad customer service
4) Dusty place
5) No parking lots
6 ) Small food portion

I think Tampines has a lot more to offer….

$9++ for this Claypot chicken. Very tender and salty.

Served hot and crispy, this was a good addition to our meal. Duck was lean and meaty, and the popiah skin was crisp and thin. Might get too oily if you have too much of it though! A worth it appetiser.

The burpple 1 for 1 comes with a Signature Pork Loin set, an appetiser choice of salted vegetables or braised peanuts, and a drink. You’d have to add on for a bowl of rice.
The soup here was light and more peppery than others. The lightness was truly appreciated, as you can have more stomach to ask for more soup refills!🙋🏻‍♀️ however, there were only 2 loins in it and they were not very meaty either. So for the whole meal I felt like I was just drinking soup. Nonetheless, decent meal for the price, especially with #burpplebeyond!

Pork tenderloin soup $7.80
Meat is tender and soup has a clear peppery taste, one can never get enough.
Salted vegetables $2.60
Goes really well with the rice.
Dough fritters $2.00
Crunchy! And not too oily.
2 plain rice $1.80

Once in a while, my friend and I would meet up and share a meal at Song Fa and update each other on our lives. The endless soup refills makes the meal that much more enjoyable.

Missing Malaysian-style bak kut teh? Head over to this restaurant in Bedok for to get your fill of the aromatic bak kut teh, which "is an abundant of taste complexities and textures that usually result in a taste orgasm" according to Burppler Traveling Noodle. Exclusive to Beyond members, order the standard Bak Kut Teh ($15.30) for two pax and enjoy a choice of signature side dishes on the house — Minced Meat Toufu ($7.60), Prawn Paste Chicken ($7.60), Braised Trotter ($8.30) or Fried Tow Kee ($7.60). Plus, you'll be supporting the Yellow Ribbon Project initiative as Soon Huat Bak Kut Teh provides ex-offenders a new start in life with a meaningful career.
Photo by Burppler Traveling Noodle


My go-to place for bak kut teh whenever I'm craving for some hot peppery soup! I'm quite sure this place needs no introduction. Despite it being touristy (not that there are any tourists now lol), it still serves good quality bkt :) yumz

I still prefer their Fried Porridge over this bowl of Mee Sua. Feel that the gravy is overly starchy.
Location: Old World Bak Kut Teh, 727 Clementi West St 2, Singapore
#oldworldbakuteh #meesua #burpple #burpplesg #sghawkerfood #sghawker #hawkerfood #hawkerfoodsg #mightyhawkerfood #hawkerculture


Although their signboard mentioned it is a bak kut teh stall, but they actually sell a few other foods as well; including their signature fried porridge.

Seeing your fried porridge fried in the flame upon order, you know the taste going to be good.

Unlike the traditional porridge, it has a much stronger taste with lots of ingredients inside.

The soup version consists of a mix of pork ribs, pork belly, tau pok, pig's tail, stomach and intestine in a herbal broth that is boiled using 10 different herbs and spices. Despite using so many herbs and spices, it has a light herbal taste with some sweetness in there 》$8.80/small

The dry version comes with a mix of pork cuts, pig's stomach, intestine, dried cuttlefish and dried chilli stir-fried in their thick and special dark soy sauce. It has a tinge of sweetness with a hint of spiciness from the dried chilli. The meat was tender and the sauce paired well with rice 》$8.80/small

Located at an ulu industrial area in Tampines, @goodyearseafood has been operating for around 14 years, offering a variety of yummy zi char dishes, as well as Pontian style herbal Bak Kut Teh. Just like many other unfortunate F&B establishments, their business was badly affected during P2HA, due to its remote location. After tasting their food, we all agreed that it’s really a pity they aren’t getting as much attention as they deserve…

Featured are some of their popular dishes!
👉Assam Fish Head - SGD28
👉Garlic Steamed Sotong - SGD14
👉Golden Garlic Fried Pork - SGD15
👉Poached Chinese Spinach w Assorted Eggs - SGD15
👉Bak Kut Teh (S) - SGD6.80
👉Good Year Yang Zhou Fried Rice - SGD7

The MVP here was no doubt their Assam Fish Head. Comes with a generous serving of vegetables, the fragrant Assam curry was thick, well-balanced and nothing too overwhelming. I liked that it wasn’t too spicy, hence leaving a pleasantly sweet-sour aftertaste in my mouth. Most importantly, the fish head was fresh and meaty too!😋👍

Special mention goes out to their Signature Golden Garlic Fried Pork. I must admit this dish didn’t quite survive the delivery but after throwing them into the air fryer, miracles do happen!🤩

❗️FREE Bak Kut Teh (M) worth SGD12.80 for every SGD80 spent if you self collect
‼️PROMO 2 for SGD50 crabs (450g-500g each)

💌Thanks @goodyearseafood for arranging this lunch feast for my family and me. We enjoyed it very much!☺️

📍Good Year Seafood Restaurant
15 Tampines Ave, S529788
📱9642 5800 to enquire/order
🚚Islandwide Delivery
(FREE if SGD100 & above. Please order 1 day in advance)

@oldworldbakuteh has opened their 4th outlet, finally to the west! First time trying? Highly recommended to go for their Fried Porridge. What I had is their mixed pig organs fried Porridge ($5.00) and they have options for Pork Slice Fried Porridge too. Smoky Wok-hei flavour, so shiok!
Location: Old World Bak Kut Teh, 727 Clementi West Street 2, Singapore 120727
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