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15 Tampines Avenue
Singapore 529788

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Thursday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

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However, little did I know that they actually serve the Malaysian style herbal bak kut teh and Pontian wanton noodles (which I will come back to try one of these days) in the day until my colleague decided to drive there for lunch this past week. Getting to the restaurant is by no means an easy feat as it’s located at a quiet and industrial part of Tampines tail end with no buses or trains nearby. Additionally, the parking is quite challenging as there are no designated parking lots and you just slot in your vehicle safely to any empty space near the restaurant. However, that’s the whole charm about it as you can rarely find such a dining experience and environment in Singapore these days. On this very day, we had the bak kut teh; spare ribs that’s cooked in a slightly herby broth with a myriad of ingredients such as pork belly, beancurd sheets and enoki mushroom in it. The broth is able to carry the entire show as it’s so palatable that you will keep refilling it several times. When you’re there, do yourself a favour and order the preserved vegetables which I very much like the version here as the vegetables are chopped thicker and bigger so that you get more crunch and the pièce de résistance are the crispy pork lards that they added into it.
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📍Good Year Seafood Village Restaurant
15, Tampines Avenue, Singapore 529788

However, little did I know that they actually serve the Malaysian style herbal bak kut teh and Pontian wanton noodles (which I will come back to try one of these days) in the day until my colleague decided to drive there for lunch this past week. Getting to the restaurant is by no means an easy feat as it’s located at a quiet and industrial part of Tampines tail end with no buses or trains nearby. Additionally, the parking is quite challenging as there are no designated parking lots and you just slot in your vehicle safely to any empty space near the restaurant. However, that’s the whole charm about it as you can rarely find such a dining experience and environment in Singapore these days. On this very day, we had the bak kut teh; spare ribs that’s cooked in a slightly herby broth with a myriad of ingredients such as pork belly, beancurd sheets and enoki mushroom in it. The broth is able to carry the entire show as it’s so palatable that you will keep refilling it several times. When you’re there, do yourself a favour and order the preserved vegetables which I very much like the version here as the vegetables are chopped thicker and bigger so that you get more crunch and the pièce de résistance are the crispy pork lards that they added into it.
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📍Good Year Seafood Village Restaurant
15, Tampines Avenue, Singapore 529788

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30$ thereabouts for a BKT, sesame wine chicken, 2 yam rice, 1 peanut 1 youtiao, 2 kopi and. 1 coke

So good and looking forward to next time!

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The 100th @lickscreenfortaste post gotta be for a hidden find in my hood (east side is the best side)! Never knew such gem existed in this ulu part of Tampines.

Their coffee pork ribs (S$20) and curry fish head ($28) are #lickscreenfortasteapproved. A must order if you are dining here. The rest are pretty ordinary zichar fares. They served bak ku teh (not in pic), good to try if you prefer the peppery version.

You can opt for outdoor sitting if you prefer the rustic fweels. If not, they have an aircon area too. Reservation can be made at this place!

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Fancy a day trip to Malaysia but don’t like the travelling? Take a visit to good year seafood village and you’ll feel like you have teleported to another decade. The food is here is traditional and old school. Malaysian style Bak Kut teh is also available, minus the taukee and other additional ingredients. Loved the lala bee hoon and roasted chicken. Will definitely come back again!

This has a total belly score of 4/5!

Will be a great dish if the taste of the tonic is stronger. But I guess you can't expect much as it is only price at $20.

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