Review: Ding Ji Teochew Noodle (Singapore)

Ding Ji Teochew Noodle: Signature Noodle Mee Kia & Soup

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Ding Ji Teochew Noodle

is a chainstore serving various minced meat and fishball noodles. The usual choice of noodles is available.

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Signature Noodle

The signature noodle at Ding Ji Teochew Noodle comes with braised mushroom slices, minced meat, pork slices, fish nugget, fish tau kee and half a ramen egg. Mee kia is chosen for this.

The braised mushroom is fairly soft with nice braised flavours. The minced meat and pork are both meaty. The fried fish nugget has nice flavours but its crispy is no longer crispy. The fish tau kee is firm with savoury tasting fish paste. The ramen egg has a soft egg yolk and is quite flavourful.

As for the mee kia noodles, it is tossed with vinegar, chilli and pork lard. It is quite springy and rather flavourful. Comes served topped with lettuce and chopped spring onions.

This serving of their signature noodle is quite decent.

Fishball Noodle

Fishball noodle is available as well. Above is their fishball mee pok, which comes with fishballs and fish cake slices. The meatballs are an extra add-on.

The fishball is soft and smooth, and the fish cake is smooth and springy. Both has nice fish flavours. The meatball is firm and has nice meaty flavours. As for the mee pok, it is tossed in vinegar, chilli and crispy pork lard. It is firm and springy with decently nice seasoning flavours. Comes with some bean sprouts and lettuce, and topped with some chopped spring onions.

This bowl of fishball mee pok is rather decent too.

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