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Been craving for waffles so decided to try the ones here.

Got the plain waffle. Waffles were piping hot and thick. I like how the waffles are thicker than what you usually get elsewhere. It tasted not bad and the sweetness level was just nice. The only complaint I have is the low quality paper bag that they use. It has a certain smell which gets transferred to the waffles.

Ding Ji should be no stranger to connoisseurs of bak chor mee (minced pork noodles). While it has many outlets across the island, it's the original stall in Bishan that makes me swoon. Its menu features the standard Mushroom Minced Meat Noodle, but the ๐—ฆ๐—ถ๐—ด๐—ป๐—ฎ๐˜๐˜‚๐—ฟ๐—ฒ ๐—ก๐—ผ๐—ผ๐—ฑ๐—น๐—ฒ is the standout item.

Besides the usual bcm toppings like pork slices, pig's liver and minced pork, it also comes with one meatball, one fishball, one wanton and a raw egg dropped into the soup. These tasted sensational, but it was the soup that blew me away. Full of meaty flavour and possessing a subtle sweetness, it delighted my tastebuds and warmed my heart.

The soupy bcm at Bedok 85 may draw the crowds, but one sip of Ding Ji's brilliant broth and you won't be going back to Bedok any time soon (unless you stay there, of course).

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Blk 284 Bishan Street 22
Unit 01-211
Singapore 570284

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On an off day I can find myself here at Bishan on a Tuesday afternoon which felt nice. Better yet they serve a good cuppa black coffee at Covet along with BakeHaus croissants that Iโ€™ve been meaning to try but havenโ€™t had the chance to head down to Owen road for. My almond croissant was reliable and tend towards a bread like sort of croissant instead of the flaky butter variant, if Iโ€™m make sense.
The place also has a great ambience to get some work done.

Ordered the $8.50 fish maw Bak Chor Mee. Very generous with the ingredients. I like the taste of wolf berry seeds in the soup. The noodles were done just right but the chilli sauce was not spicy enough and a tad too sweet for me. All in, a bowl of Bak Chor Mee worth trying.

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i dont really like this placeโ€™s coconut drinks. to me they taste abit sour,, but my mother likes them so ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ

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had the coconut shake shake ($4.30) and the peach shake shake w/ tea jelly ($4.90). but overall both drinks were $4.90 in total thanks to burpple beyond ๐Ÿ˜ƒ. rlly recommend the peach shake shake, was really good and the tea jelly added an extra flavour to it!

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Totally a neighbourhood stall you could find in any places, Xiang Ji is quite popular among those people living in Bishan North area.

They served some good roasted meat in this neighbourhood. So as I came on weekday evening time, thereโ€™s still queue seeing many people came to tabao back home.

Their char siew here was super soft and juicy, strong smokey taste as well. But the noodle was a bit sweet to me.

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Spacious and inviting, this place serves up quite a broad range of brunch food - and at nett prices!

Pancakes cravings are met here and it's topped with creamy, overflowing eggs. Add on that dash of honey, butter and it makes a perfect brunch. ($6.50). Would love to come back to try their mushroom omelette, or their sourdough and bakes!

Plus they have books here too. (Although the music may be a bit loud for reading)

Great quiet cafe with affordable delicious menu and coffee! The simple cheeseburger ($14.90) has 2 cute 75g thick patties with ample cheese in a brioche bun. Bread pudding slice ($3.50) is nice and cinnamon-y.

The noodles, on the other hand, were very much just passable. You've got the most generic sauces and a decent noodle texture that wasn't particularly springy or soggy.

Don't be mistaken, they are simply a stall of soup savants masquerading as noodle peddlers.

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One of my favourite hawker gems closer to the north of SG โ€” Ding Ji is a famous teochew noodle stall where the noodles aren't the actual star. Yep that's right, the real showstopper at this hawker is actually the soup that comes with their ๐—ฆ๐—ถ๐—ด๐—ป๐—ฎ๐˜๐˜‚๐—ฟ๐—ฒ ๐—ก๐—ผ๐—ผ๐—ฑ๐—น๐—ฒ ($5, $8 with fish maw)

Each bowl is an ocean of richness, a treasure trove of ingredients, and running your spoon through it is like churning up tidal waves brimming with indulgence. One moment there're sightings of soft gelatinous fish maw chunks. The next, wisps of umami seaweed swim onto your spoon. Eventually, you'd be slowly fishing out more and more well-cooked parts, like meatballs and pork liver, to never ending bewilderment.

But really, the essence of the soup is in itself โ€” there's no greater warmth than slurping down the wholesome elixir, enriched from being clouded with porky particles while tinged with the vibrant sweetness of Goji berries.

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Looking to quench your thirst? Order up a refreshing drink from this spot in Bishan and sip on their popular Coconut Shake Shake ($4.30), Tea Jelly Fresh Coconut Shake ($4.90), Ice Cream Coconut Shake ($5.50), Peach Yoghurt ($4.90), or the Mango Yoghurt ($5.90)!
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