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We always go Din Tai Fung for their Xiao Long Bao. Do you know they also serve very good fried rice? In the past, people ordered fried rice to test the standard of the chef. For a good fried rice, every single grain of rice must be fried till bloated and separated. The rice must also be covered with the flavors from the indigents.This time I tried the Pork Chop Fried Rice. The fried rice was good but the pork chop was overcooked. If only the pork chop can be more moist, then this dish will be he
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We always go Din Tai Fung for their Xiao Long Bao. Do you know they also serve very good fried rice? In the past, people ordered fried rice to test the standard of the chef. For a good fried rice, every single grain of rice must be fried till bloated and separated. The rice must also be covered with the flavors from the indigents.
This time I tried the Pork Chop Fried Rice. The fried rice was good but the pork chop was overcooked. If only the pork chop can be more moist, then this dish will be heavenly.
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2014-01-02 167 views
Din Tai Fung is famous for its Xiao long bao. But furthermore, it is constantly coming out with different or new flavours. Out of all their dishes, other than the original XLB I really like their yam paste XLB. The yam paste inside isn't too sweet, very smooth and the skin is not too thick which complements nicely. The first photo is dumpling in a spicy oil based sauce, the spiciness is just nice and goes well with the dumplings
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Din Tai Fung is famous for its Xiao long bao. But furthermore, it is constantly coming out with different or new flavours. Out of all their dishes, other than the original XLB I really like their yam paste XLB. The yam paste inside isn't too sweet, very smooth and the skin is not too thick which complements nicely. The first photo is dumpling in a spicy oil based sauce, the spiciness is just nice and goes well with the dumplings
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Here at Din Tai Fung, one can find comfort food. Besides the delicious xlb and staple food, the side dishes are worth recommending. The pork and shrimp dumpling is definitely one of my favorites. It is toss in chicken broth and one can taste the sweetness of the shrimp and flavorsome broth at the same time. Another all-time favorite is the shrimp pancake. Although sometimes it is oily as it is deep fried, the shrimp is bouncy. The hot and spicy soup is rather bland, one has to add vinegar and dr
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Here at Din Tai Fung, one can find comfort food. Besides the delicious xlb and staple food, the side dishes are worth recommending. The pork and shrimp dumpling is definitely one of my favorites. It is toss in chicken broth and one can taste the sweetness of the shrimp and flavorsome broth at the same time. Another all-time favorite is the shrimp pancake. Although sometimes it is oily as it is deep fried, the shrimp is bouncy. The hot and spicy soup is rather bland, one has to add vinegar and dry chilli oil to make it taste better.
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2013-09-26 74 views
I went to din tai fung together with my wife in June for dinner during a weekday. It was a long wait for our tables but luckily since there are only two of us, we managed to get seated in a shorter time than expected. We both ordered la mians and a basket of the original xiao long bao to share. My la mian was the spicy la mian, can't really remember the name as it was two months ago, but it is the only chili based la mian in the menu. The la mian is really tasty with the chili oil when tossed. T
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I went to din tai fung together with my wife in June for dinner during a weekday. It was a long wait for our tables but luckily since there are only two of us, we managed to get seated in a shorter time than expected. We both ordered la mians and a basket of the original xiao long bao to share. My la mian was the spicy la mian, can't really remember the name as it was two months ago, but it is the only chili based la mian in the menu. The la mian is really tasty with the chili oil when tossed. The chili is spicy and savoury and it whets my appetite for the xiao long bao.

I believe the xiao long bao needs no more introduction, it is afterall what they are famous at. The xiao long bao skin is very thin and the soup in the xiao long bao is really tasty and flavourful. The meat is also juicy and fresh. It is still one of my favourite places to have xiao long bao.
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Most of us would have probably eaten at Din Tai Fung 鼎泰豐 before. But did you know that Din Tai Fung first started out selling only oil?Din Tai Fung was founded by a man called Bingyi Yang. He opened a shop in Taiwan called Din Tai Fung and sold cooking oil. In the 1980s, when the business went down hill, he and his wife decided to use half of the shop to sell steamed dumplings. Their steamed dumplings were so good that they eventually stopped selling oil and ventured into a full fledge restauran
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Most of us would have probably eaten at Din Tai Fung 鼎泰豐 before. But did you know that Din Tai Fung first started out selling only oil?

Din Tai Fung was founded by a man called Bingyi Yang. He opened a shop in Taiwan called Din Tai Fung and sold cooking oil. In the 1980s, when the business went down hill, he and his wife decided to use half of the shop to sell steamed dumplings. Their steamed dumplings were so good that they eventually stopped selling oil and ventured into a full fledge restaurant.

Today, Din Tai Fung is an award winning chain of restaurant with branches in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, the United States and Thailand. In Hong Kong, several of its branches are awarded one Michelin star.
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Din Tai Fung was brought into Singapore after Breadtalk Group won the franchise rights. The group also won the franchise rights to operate Din Tai Fung in Thailand. Currently, there are 14 Din Tai Fung branches in Singapore.

I visited the Din Tai Fung branch at Raffles City Shopping Centre (which is just next to City Hall MRT station) on a Saturday evening. As usual, there was a crowd waiting outside the restaurant waiting for their numbers to be called (this is a norm during weekdays too).

For those who have never been to Din Tai Fung, here's a tip. There is no need to queue, instead you should approach the counter, inform the service staff how many person you have and get the order form (with the queue number written on it) from the staff. After that you can fill in the form, according to the dishes you would like to order. You should also ask what is the estimated waiting time. If the waiting time is long, you can consider walking around before coming back to check if your queue number has been called.
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Although the restaurant had a considerably large sitting capacity, the place was full. We waited half an hour before our queue number was called. Simple, clean yet classy ambience. In addition, I like their open kitchen concept. Its great to see how the chef prepare our food!
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In another corner of the restaurant, the place had a classy oriental feel.
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Its great that they had Chilli, Vinegar, Soya Sauce, pepper and toothpicks on every table. It makes it so convenient for customers and at the same time, free up some bandwidth for the serving staff to concentrate on other things. Win-win situation. Crystal Jade use to provide these at every table too. However during a recent visit to their Plaza Singapura outlet, I noticed that they had removed them.
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The ginger slices immersed in vinegar is a must have when having their Xiao Long Baos!
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The Oriental Salad in Special Vinegar Dressing $3.50 was superb! It is my favourite appetiser at Din Tai Fung! Whenever I patronise Din Tai Fung, I am definitely order this! It's made of seaweed, beansprouts, strips of spicy bean curd and rice vermicelli. The ingredients are then mixed and tossed in their special vinegar dressing. It's very refreshing and addictive as each ingredient gives a different texture and flavour. A must order.
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The Steam Pork Dumplings aka Xiao Long Baos (XLB) $6.80 (6 pcs) are one of Din Tai Fung's signature dishes. The XLB were filled with pork fillings and rich and tasty juice. Although the skin of the XLB was wafer thin, it was able to hold the juice. Each piece of XLB is wrapped with a minimum of 18 exquisite folds. Do handle the XLB with delicate care to avoid breaking the skin. In addition, be caution not to scald your mouth when the hot juice ooze out. The XLB are best eaten with ginger slices and vinegar.
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The Fried Rice with Shrimps & Eggs $10.80 is another of my favourite dish! It was executed perfectly. You would be amazed to find out that the it consisted of just rice fried with shrimps, eggs and spring onions.

The shrimps were fresh with sweet succulent flesh. Each grain of rice was well coated with flavour from the egg, spring onions and shrimps. In addition, they did not stick to one another and was not lumpy. Kudos to the chef for his skills (heat control, timing and frying).
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The partner ordered the Special Braised Beef Noodle Soup with Beef Brisket $11. The beef soup was incredibly rich and well flavoured. However, the beef meat was disappointing. Several big chunks of beef meat were given. Although the meat were well flavoured, they were too tough and chewy. To put it simply, it was hard biting through the meat. Moreover, certain pieces had a thick layer of fat on it.

What I thought was amazing was that Din Tai Fung has so many branches in Singapore. Yet, somehow they manage to maintain the consistency of the food across all their branches. No matter which branch you patronise, the food taste the same! Not an easy feat to achieve. Although the Special Braised Beef Noodle Soup with Beef Brisket was a let down, the rest of the dishes were perfect! I will certainly be back for more!

Do note that Din Tai Fung does not accept reservations. Please click here to view the locations of the other 13 Din Tai Fung outlets.

For full review and more photos, please visit http://foodiefc.blogspot.sg/2013/04/din-tai-fung-raffles-city-shopping.html
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Din Tai Fung is known for its xiao long bao, but i think their fried rice should be the dish that everyone should try. I had the fried rice with pork chop. Their pork chop is very thick but tender and juicy, and well marinated so that it tasted good on its own without the need for sauces. Each grain of rice is well cooked and coated with egg, such that the rice do not lump together with each other. Well worth the price. Adding on a small basket xiao long bao and it should be enough for sharing b
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Din Tai Fung is known for its xiao long bao, but i think their fried rice should be the dish that everyone should try.
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I had the fried rice with pork chop. Their pork chop is very thick but tender and juicy, and well marinated so that it tasted good on its own without the need for sauces. Each grain of rice is well cooked and coated with egg, such that the rice do not lump together with each other. Well worth the price.

Adding on a small basket xiao long bao and it should be enough for sharing between 2 person.
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2013-09-02 24 views
Was craving for some chinese food so we decided to dine in at ding tai fung. The staffs were very friendly and they provide me an extra chair to place my bag even without me asking. Good service. Xiao long bao! my all time favorite. Xiao long bao here is nice, the pork and soup taste good, no "fishy" smell. also, the standard is very comparable to those from crystal jade.My main - braised beef noddle soup. This dish is quite average to me. the beef is very tender however the soup is not very ta
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Was craving for some chinese food so we decided to dine in at ding tai fung. The staffs were very friendly and they provide me an extra chair to place my bag even without me asking. Good service.
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Xiao long bao! my all time favorite. Xiao long bao here is nice, the pork and soup taste good, no "fishy" smell. also, the standard is very comparable to those from crystal jade.
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My main - braised beef noddle soup. This dish is quite average to me. the beef is very tender however the soup is not very tasty in my opinion.. not salty enough i guess.
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I always go to Din Tai Fung whenever I'm super hungry and I dont want to spend too much. So one Friday night, my roomate and I went there for dinner (we didn't want to prepare food at home. Since it was the start of the weekend, there were many people waiting to get a table. We waited for 30 minutes before we were finally seated.I was starving so I ordered the Seafood Rice. For sharing, my roomate and I ordered the Crab xiao long bao (forgot to take a photo), dumplings, veggie soup (no photo). E
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I always go to Din Tai Fung whenever I'm super hungry and I dont want to spend too much. So one Friday night, my roomate and I went there for dinner (we didn't want to prepare food at home. Since it was the start of the weekend, there were many people waiting to get a table. We waited for 30 minutes before we were finally seated.

I was starving so I ordered the Seafood Rice. For sharing, my roomate and I ordered the Crab xiao long bao (forgot to take a photo), dumplings, veggie soup (no photo). Even though the resto was crowded, they served our orders pretty fast...

The seafood rice was as always big enough for 2. There were generous prawn toppings on the rice. Plus, it went well with the soup we ordered. The crab xiao long bao tasted like chilli crab. it was quite spicy and the soup was very warm.



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This review is dedicated to my brethrens who share the same intake capacity, and have a rare unique obsession for meats. Our hunger and patience were stretched quite a bit, owing to the phenomenal dinner crowd queue, and since our banquet for three was convened impromptu, no reservation just means we partake in Singaporean’s favorite past-time. Thankfully, they allowed orders to be placed prior to seating down, and that turned the productivity level up several notches.As soon as our gluts hit th
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This review is dedicated to my brethrens who share the same intake capacity, and have a rare unique obsession for meats.

Our hunger and patience were stretched quite a bit, owing to the phenomenal dinner crowd queue, and since our banquet for three was convened impromptu, no reservation just means we partake in Singaporean’s favorite past-time. Thankfully, they allowed orders to be placed prior to seating down, and that turned the productivity level up several notches.

As soon as our gluts hit the chair, we were offered hot Chinese tea, and quickly followed with the starters/appetizers/snacks; chilled sliced pork, century eggs, shaoshing wine marinated chicken, crispy pork chop & stir fried doumiao.
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I have to say the chilled sliced pork & shaoshing wine marinated chicken are somewhat a novelty. While the style in which the century eggs & crispy pork chop were prepared is no wonder DTF commands such following & patronage worldwide.

The racks towering so many that the other diners couldn’t help but pay us the attention we commanded.
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We had ourselves the; pork XLB, crab roe XLB, steamed shrimp & pork dumplings, steamed chili crab & pork buns. The piping hot XLB with succulent juicy goodness wrapped within the translucent skin has to be ranked up high for craftsmanship. The art of eating XLB involves an acquired skill, failing which, shall have yourself a scalded tongue.

With your chopsticks gently pick it up & put it in your soup spoon (add shredded ginger julienne if you like the prickle sensation)
Prick the XLB skin to let the juice flow & you sip it slow
Assess the temperature before u gobble it
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Next to be rolled out were our noodles, zha jiang mian, pai gu tang mian, jiang you mian. Quite honestly, we didn’t witness if the noodles were handmade, but I’d say the texture comes with a light spring to every bite, rather familiar with the hand made sobas in some Japanese joint.

To end the meal off, we were presented complementary yam XLB for desserts.

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As an OCBC Frank card user, I got $10 Din Tai Feng voucher from OCBC and was thinking to treat this as a opportunity to try new food during a special occasion. This voucher is also valid on Father's Day, and since Daddy likes Chinese food we settled for the branch at Raffles City as it is located near our place. What's more, we are lucky to know about the pop up store of Asia Room around that earns us the opportunity to spend the voucher again from our winnings We ordered the Xiao Cai which is
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As an OCBC Frank card user, I got $10 Din Tai Feng voucher from OCBC and was thinking to treat this as a opportunity to try new food during a special occasion.

This voucher is also valid on Father's Day, and since Daddy likes Chinese food we settled for the branch at Raffles City as it is located near our place.

What's more, we are lucky to know about the pop up store of Asia Room around that earns us the opportunity to spend the voucher again from our winnings


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We ordered the Xiao Cai which is like those China style with beansprouts and other vegetables and for me and my sister who is not a fan of vegetables tried it too but only in a small portion. It is good as an appetizer to start the meal and glad that it was our first dish.

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We have the famous Xiao Long Bao but this time Daddy called for something different. We usually have with meat to prawn and well, it tastes as great as I love prawn and something unique. My sister disliked it as there are small vegetables in it but it tasted as great for me and Daddy that we wanted to order another plates of it.

The juice bursts into my mouth as usual and have the shiok feeling while my sister felt only scalding as she put one entire Xiao Long Bao into her mouth too fast.

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We also had the Fried Rice with Pork Ribs as Daddy wanted to try something different again. We are all satisfied with it with a fair share each. The fried rice is fragrant and the meat is tender and soft but to me a bit fatty and I love it. Daddy never get enough and take my share too... alright it was father day so let him
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Well, I have the free flow hot jasmine while they had soft drinks which were more expensive that normal retail prices but well that is understandable. Still preferred hot jasmine as it is free-flow, cheaper and probably healthier too.

Their service was good as they refill the moment I was about to finish everything despite the crowd. Just that the speed of serving the dishes might be a little slow as we are all hungry waiting for 1st dish. It wass worth waiting for good food anyway.

The environment is clean, food are mostly great and service are nice. It is recommendable and I was surprised with voucher I just need to top-up only $20+! Overall they are clean as they are wearing masks for hygiene.
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Just before my ORD, a couple of my friends and i were headed over to this outlet to try out their food. Located at the basement of Raffles City, this place is very busy! So i went earlier to queue up for my place. No reservations were allowed especially on the weekends. Unfortunately for us, we went on a Friday! I waited for about 30 minutes before seats were available. The one thing this place does is that for a table of 4, they fit in 6 people! Quite smart...Anyways, this place was something i
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Just before my ORD, a couple of my friends and i were headed over to this outlet to try out their food. Located at the basement of Raffles City, this place is very busy! So i went earlier to queue up for my place. No reservations were allowed especially on the weekends. Unfortunately for us, we went on a Friday! I waited for about 30 minutes before seats were available. The one thing this place does is that for a table of 4, they fit in 6 people! Quite smart...

Anyways, this place was something i wanted to try for quite some time. I ordered Xiao Long Bao and Fried Rice with the deep fried pork chop. I spent around $25 including some drinks...

The Xiao Long Bao comes in 10 pcs... Juicy and tasty especially with the stew inside the dumpling. It has been said that it takes a special skill to make the XLB... Tasty but clearly not the best that i have tasted. Maybe it is due to overwhelming response so anyways, it is pretty goood for me.

The service is good and i actually put my chinese speaking knowledge to good use. They were pretty jovial about it but they were pretty Okay and served us quite well....
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Ah, the place where I tried my first Xiao Long Bao and never looked back! The dumplings skins are so thin that it's a wonder how they manage to contain the soup, speaking of which is so tasty and hot that I usually burn my tongue in my first few bites. I also enjoy the Fragrant Pork with Crushed Garlic, the refreshing taste of cucumber complements the savoury pork and the garlic rounds it up as the perfect appetiser!
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Ah, the place where I tried my first Xiao Long Bao and never looked back! The dumplings skins are so thin that it's a wonder how they manage to contain the soup, speaking of which is so tasty and hot that I usually burn my tongue in my first few bites. I also enjoy the Fragrant Pork with Crushed Garlic, the refreshing taste of cucumber complements the savoury pork and the garlic rounds it up as the perfect appetiser!
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For full review: http://bit.ly/WFiZ2cThis review is dedicated to my brethrens who share the same intake capacity, and have a rare unique obsession for meats.Our hunger and patience were stretched quite a bit, owing to the phenomenal dinner crowd queue, and since our banquet for three was convened impromptu, no reservation just means we partake in Singaporean’s favorite past-time. Thankfully, they allowed orders to be placed prior to seating down, and that turned the productivity level up several
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For full review: http://bit.ly/WFiZ2c

This review is dedicated to my brethrens who share the same intake capacity, and have a rare unique obsession for meats.

Our hunger and patience were stretched quite a bit, owing to the phenomenal dinner crowd queue, and since our banquet for three was convened impromptu, no reservation just means we partake in Singaporean’s favorite past-time. Thankfully, they allowed orders to be placed prior to seating down, and that turned the productivity level up several notches.

As soon as our gluts hit the chair, we were offered hot Chinese tea, and quickly followed with the starters/appetizers/snacks; chilled sliced pork, century eggs, shaoshing wine marinated chicken, crispy pork chop & stir fried doumiao.
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I have to say the chilled sliced pork & shaoshing wine marinated chicken are somewhat a novelty. While the style in which the century eggs & crispy pork chop were prepared is no wonder DTF commands such following & patronage worldwide.

The racks towering so many that the other diners couldn’t help but pay us the attention we commanded.
We had ourselves the; pork XLB, crab roe XLB, steamed shrimp & pork dumplings, steamed chili crab & pork buns. The piping hot XLB with succulent juicy goodness wrapped within the translucent skin has to be ranked up high for craftsmanship. The art of eating XLB involves an acquired skill, failing which, shall have yourself a scalded tongue.
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1. With your chopsticks gently pick it up & put it in your soup spoon (add shredded ginger julienne if you like the prickle sensation)
2. Prick the XLB skin to let the juice flow & you sip it slow
3. Assess the temperature before u gobble it

Next to be rolled out were our noodles, zha jiang mian, pai gu tang mian, jiang you mian. Quite honestly, we didn’t witness if the noodles were handmade, but I’d say the texture comes with a light spring to every bite, rather familiar with the hand made sobas in some Japanese joint.

To end the meal off, we were presented complementary yam XLB for desserts.
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I was pretty impressed with din tai fung's xiao long dao. I did a little experiment with my girlfriend, we wanted to see how much pressure applies by the chopstick will cause the xiao long bao to burst. As seen in the picture, I exerted quite a lot of pressure on the xiao long bao. However it did not burst. We thought the skin of the xiao long bao should be quite thick for it not to burst. But when we bite into it, the skin was not thick at all. We were really impressed with the skills of the Sh
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I was pretty impressed with din tai fung's xiao long dao. I did a little experiment with my girlfriend, we wanted to see how much pressure applies by the chopstick will cause the xiao long bao to burst. As seen in the picture, I exerted quite a lot of pressure on the xiao long bao. However it did not burst. We thought the skin of the xiao long bao should be quite thick for it not to burst. But when we bite into it, the skin was not thick at all. We were really impressed with the skills of the Shi fu.
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2013-01-20 18 views
As any other branch of Ding Tai Fung, xiao long bao serves here are good as always, never fail to satisfy my craving for taiwanese food.The pork filling is juicy and the xiao long bao tasty soup always served at a temperature which allowed immediate consumption. The new item - Smoke Duck spring roll is good, always order 2nd serving as we love it so much. The chinese pickled salad is memorable.Overall, food was good as usual, and service is efficient. It is one of the nicer chinese restaurant.
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As any other branch of Ding Tai Fung, xiao long bao serves here are good as always, never fail to satisfy my craving for taiwanese food.The pork filling is juicy and the xiao long bao tasty soup always served at a temperature which allowed immediate consumption. The new item - Smoke Duck spring roll is good, always order 2nd serving as we love it so much. The chinese pickled salad is memorable.
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Overall, food was good as usual, and service is efficient. It is one of the nicer chinese restaurant.
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