284 Bishan Street 22
Singapore 570284

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The soup was flavorful with a lot of ingredients like sliced pork, pork liver,ti po, minced meat and egg.
Next time will try the fish maw soup.
The noodle was springy and taste balanced between chilli and vinegar (someplace the vinegar quite strong).
📍Ding Ji Mushroom Minced Meat Noodle.
Block 284 Bishan St 22, KPT Coffeeshop

The sambal had a strong ikan bilis taste and the Noodles can get dry so ask for more chili sauce(it isnt too spicy anyway)

Obv ppl are here for the soup tho and despite the generous amount and variety of ingredients, it's on the light Side. The umami still comes thru but with much less impact than i imagined looking at the soup. For 3nett more compared to their signature, the Fish Maw comes in extremely generous portions(6 or 7 good chunks) and they were cooked well. Worth a try if you're in the area, and evidently popular(i was lucky there wasnt a queue when i ordered but soon a few people were in the line, at 3pm in the afternoon)

Flavourful soup with some natural sweetness from the goji berries. One of my to go supper places when I’m in the area.

Headed to Ding Ji in Bishan for their Fish Maw Bak Chor Mee and it is fairly satisfying! Price is slightly cheaper ($8) for the fish maw soup, and ingredients are fairly generous.

Small mishap at the stall this morning when the cash register/POS was down and no orders were taken. The staff were clueless and helpless about what to do, and seeked helped from the waiting customers. Glad to provide some service assistance to them to resolve the technical issues, it’s back to normal business now!


I thought the BCM was pretty good as it was well seasoned and really flavourful, but I found them cooked a tad too hard and dry.
However, Ding Ji might be soup savants masquerading as noodle sellers, as my focus was on the hearty fish maw soup ($8).
This was a treasure trove of ingredients, including goji berries, fish maw and sole fish. It was from here that the cloudy broth spectacularly derived its robust umami profile, which contained traces of sweetness and saltiness. Very shiok.

The magic to this bowl of meepok is the solefish. On indulgent days, I get the $5 combi that comes with a mix of ingredients in eggdrop solefish soup (like the dumpling). Just something so refreshing about this soup : ) yums