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Good Year Seafood Village

Good Year Seafood Village






79%   (34 votes)
27 / 34

Type: Coffee Shop, Food Stalls & Kiosks

THE BUZZ: Good Year Seafood Village offers some of the best Chinese cuisine in Singapore, serving a fascinating collection of dishes that are suitable for simple get together with friends and family. Everyone in the table will surely enjoy their delectable seafood dishes, bursting with such great taste which can satisfy one’s cravings.This humble zi char stall is conveniently located at Tampines Ave. It provides a nice environment for customers to enjoy their lunch or dinner comfortably.Without sacrificing quality, Good Year Seafood Village makes one of the most enjoyable and delicious Chinese food in affordable prices. Done with thorough preparation and using only the best ingredients, they are able to achieve the perfect recipe to bring satisfaction in every plate.MUST TRY: Check out their mouthwatering dishes such as Chilli Crab, Salted Egg Fish Skin, Assam Fish Head and many more.

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15 Tampines Ave

Asian, Chinese, Seafood, Zi Char

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