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電話號碼
6787 0998
開飯介紹
Michelin star awarded and ranked as one of the world’s Top Ten Best Restaurants by The New York Times, Din Tai Fung has its roots dating back to Taiwan 40 years ago. Tai Fung’s cuisine is all about harmony. Utilising the freshest ingredients paired with a relish for simple cooking styles, the recipe selection is never too rich or heavy on the palate, and is a fresh welcome given the increasing preference for healthy cooking. 繼續閱讀
營業時間
今日營業
10:00 - 22:00
星期一至日
10:00 - 22:00
付款方式
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前往餐廳網站
http://www.dintaifung.com.sg/
食評 (30)
等級4 2013-09-25
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My first encountered with this roselle drink was during my annual vacation with my family in Taiwan.Ever since Roselle Drink was introduced at Din Tai Fung, I will not fail to order this favourite drink to go along with my meal.The Roselle drink served at DTF is very concentrated, therefore I would remind the waitress to serve this drink with another glass of iced water. I would generally take a few sips when served and subsequently add the ice water to dilute the taste. Very refreshing.Recently, I have seen dried roselle buds sold at our local markets and herbal shops. This drink is packed with ingredients believed to lower blood pressue, aid digestion if taken regularly. A specie belonging to the hibiscus family.The fruit of Roselle plant becomes mature in about six months and that is when it gets beautiful bright red colour.This drink goes very well with the plate of Prawn and Egg Fried Rice.Priced: S$3.80 per glass.Din Tai Fung prawn and egg fried rice dish is still just as good. The standard of preparation this dish is very consistent regardless of whichever outlet you visit.Simple dish with not too many ingredients unlike other fried rice, just fresh prawns and egg omelette pieces with generous amounts of chopped spring onions and some added seasoning creates a plate of yummilicous fried rice.I believe the restaurant uses japonica white rice ( Japanese rice) which are round and firm.Priced at S$9.90.Since I was at the restaurant around 11.30 am before lunch time, the place was quiet for a change. What a difference it makes. I felt so relaxed while enjoying my favourite drink and the fried rice and looking out to the MRT tracks and watching the trains goes by. Indeed a respite from the hustle and bustle of lunch crowds and shoppers. 繼續閱讀
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等級3 2013-08-19
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Went to the Din Tai Fung at Tampines (which is pretty near my place). The queue was rather long on a weekend and had to wait for around 30mins. Order a couple of dishes, including appetisers (mixed veg palate), fried rice as well as their signature xiao long bao. I particularly liked the fried. The rice are chewy with the right amount of oil (and the grains are not cluttered together). While it does not have a lot of stuff in it, the rice itself is good (but need other dishes to complement). 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2013-05-28
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I have waited more than thirty minutes outside the restaurant to wait for my queue numbers before my turn is up to settle down at our table. Tough waiting but fortunately the wait was quite worth it since the restaurant environement is cooling enough and quite spacious. Have ordered their signature Xiao long bao, which is smooth on its dumplings' skin and the minced pork inside is very juicy and tender. The la miao was nothing fantastic and I suppose it is too simple on its outlook. The taste was quite normal with only some light soya sauce flavour in it. Fortunately the texture of it is smooth and not soggy. Fried dumplings are crispy and not too oily. The minced meat filling inside is very appetizing and easy to eat. Service here was normal and could have been better if they can put on more smiles on their face. 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2013-04-03
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No idea why there is perpetually a very long queue for Din Tai Fung; we joined the queue anyway and waited for more than 30 mins during dinnertime to get a table. Food was served relatively fast though.Dishes we've tried- xiao cai (appetizer which tastes good and addictive)- Boiled Chicken Soup (average tasting, just like those you can find in food courts)- Fried Rice with Prawns (of course, DTF's fried rice is their signature dish, and indeed, it was very delicious)- xiao long bao (how can one simply not have XLB at DTF?) tried the one with crabmeat, their XLB was good, but used to be better 繼續閱讀
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等級3 2013-04-02
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Din Tai Feng has been very established in Singapore now and very much well-known for their xiao long bao which is also known as meat dumplings! Today, I bought my granny for lunch at the branch at Tampines Mall. We went at around 11.40 am on a weekday. We were settled in the restaurant fast but the service ad food orders were extremely slow. We were craving for har gao which is prawn dumplings in dialect. Looking at the menu, not sure which is it so I asked the service staff. To my dismay, when the dish arrives, it was not what I wanted. It don’t taste good too. The skin was dry and thick. Next up! Prawn fried rice! I love this, especially the prawns which is really fresh. However, it was a little too expensive for this small plate of rice.Last but not least, the famous xiao long bao! It lives up to it name. love it! ^^ this is a must order whenever im here. What do you think of din tai feng right now compared to when they just established in singapore? 繼續閱讀
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