Gd O’times

The stretch of shop at Changi Village continues to attract more and more F&B outlets and some are pretty good too like this Peranakan food Gd O’times. This is a relatively small place and the thing about them is that they cook all the food for each table order together so expect to wait long long for the food to be served. But once served, all the food comes together and everything is eaten piping hot. No need to eat 1 item and then wait another long stretch of time for the next item to be served.  Because of this, it is better to call and place the order in advance.

We ordered the usual Peranakan food.

1. Bak-wan Kerpiting Soup

2. Chilli prawn

3. Assam Fishhead

4. Chap Chye

5. Ngoh Hiang

All the food were good, portion reasonably big and above all very reasonably priced. We couldn’t finish everything so we asked for the leftover chap chye to be doggy bagged which they obliged with a cheery smile.
I think for those looking for nice home cooked food, instead of the usual zhezhar, this will be a good alternative. But just remember to place the order in advance.