4 Woodlands Street 12
#01-26 Marsiling Mall Hawker Centre
Singapore 738620

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Saturday:
11:00am - 08:30pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 08:30pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
11:00am - 08:30pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 08:30pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 08:30pm

Friday:
11:00am - 08:30pm

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From the Burpple community

I used to make the trek up north to Woodlands Ring Food Centre specially for a bowl of Yan Ji's seafood soup. The rustic food centre has since been demolished and Yan Ji has moved to nearby Marsiling Mall.

The magic is in Yan Ji's seafood broth. Made with pork, chicken and various seafood, each spoonful is full of umani and flavours. A common complaint was that they never gave you enough of their magical broth and left you wanting more.

Yes it's a seafood soup stall but their "meatballs" are equally worthy of mention. I don't think they can be called meatballs per se as they come in thick chunks. Made mainly of minced pork, you can taste distinct chunks of mushroom and dried sole fish which gives it a nice crunch and some earthy and savoury flavours.

This is my first time at their Marsiling Mall stall and it seemed to me that the broth has been watered down. It is a lot less robust, thick and hearty. Though those who felt that the soup was on the "salty" side may prefer the current iteration. It is still a good bowl of seafood soup but I am not sure if I will specially make a trip up north for it.

After try so many other seafood soup, I still like yan ji the most.
It's flavourful, tasty and generous with fresh seafood ingredients and tender minced meat
💰$11 for batang.
📍Yan Ji Seafood Soup.
4 Woodlands Street 12,#01-26.
Marsiling Mall Hawker Centre.

One of the best seafood soup I’ve had. The soup was rich but not salty, and neither did it taste like it was MSG-laden. The seafood was fresh and plentiful. Left with an empty bowl!

Although Yan Ji is widely raved for their seafood soup, I tasted nothing but disappointment. Saltier than a boomer in a CPF building and packed with less nuance than a YP hitting on a XMM. You know what else is salty and tactless? @indulgentism, after foolishly paying $11 for their seafood soup. 🤡
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Only partially filled but costing $11 — surely that's confidence in their quality. Alas other than the decent seafood and luscious meatballs, it had few redeeming qualities. This was my second visit and it went from underwhelming to a standard even food court Japanese miso soups daren't dream of.
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On the bright side, this was a very heartwarming bowl of soup — because it made me realize whilst I'm trash I would never be this level of hot garbage. Much needed comfort during these times. 🥰🙌🏻

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This has gotta be one of the best seafood soups we’ve tried in Singapore (hawker style) :-) although the price point can be quite high, it’s super worth it because of how thick and robust the broth is! It comes with a very generous amount of ingredients (sometimes more than what they give you for soup) and they’re fresh. Waiting time can be quite long so please only order if you can wait (20-30 minutes).

Their pig’s trotter dish is not bad as well! Cooked very well and the meat is fall-off-the-bone kind

hands down my favourite hawker! not much of a fish fan so i always ask for more minced meat instead~ prawns are of a decent size and fresh! soup is filled with umami and really tasty. perhaps they can be more generous with the soup 🤤

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