348 Bedok Road
#02-21/32 The Bedok Marketplace
Singapore 469560

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Freshly fried prawn rolls upon ordering, resulting in a piping hot side with very crispy skin. Enjoyed it, but wished it came with sweet sauce as well! The side of chilli was great still, though some might feel it is not the most appropriate.


I actually liked how the braised tau pok here gave off a great flavour in its gravy to complement with the bowl of white rice. The soy sauce gravy was light and slightly acidic, giving over a delicate sourish node to it. Some may describe it as an appetising ‘siap siap’ taste. Personally think it’s an essential dish when eating BKT, so I wouldn’t miss out on this!


Stumbled upon a Founder’s Bak Kut Teh at Bedok Marketplace which I never knew was there. On a weekend evening, the staff had already told me that there were no more pork ribs left, so our only option was really just the sliced lean meat soup. I was pleasantly surprised by how tender the meat slices were. While I take comfort in the absence of mess considering how I did not have to handle the bones of pork ribs, I felt that I was inevitably deprived of the experience of truly eat Bak Kut Teh the way I usually do (think: very, very, messy). With that, I might have missed out on the opportunity of gnawing on a succulent, juicy, pork rib. Nonetheless, the portion and quality of the lean meat was decent. I personally felt that the soup lacked a bit of flavour. It was a bit lacklustre not just in terms of pepperiness, as well as the pork bone savouriness. To be fair to them, my experiences with BKT have always been hit & misses, particularly because certain scoops of soup are stronger in flavour than the rest, depending on whether you’re fresh from the pot or have been simmered much longer, and also, deeper into the pot. Although I have to say I was not mind blown by the soup this time, doesn’t mean I would not try it again! Would definitely love to patronise other Founder’s stand-alone stalls, as the atmosphere here isn’t the most fitting for the BKT experience.

Rice - $1.20