Din Tai Fung New Dishes Launched

November 04, 2015

Din Tai Fung have been awarded with 1 Michelin star and rated as "World's Top 10 restaurant" by The New York Times, was ranked sixth in the list of "101 Best Restaurant in Asia" released by US-based food website The Daily Meal, touted as the world's second best franchise for travellers by CNN and locally the Pavilion branch has been voted as the top Chinese restaurant in Kuala Lumpur by TripAdvisor.
Din Tai Fung has its roots dating back to Taiwan 40 years ago, it was originally founded as a cooking oil retail shop in 1958 and transformed to a restaurant in 1972 serving Xiao Long Bao小笼包 (steamed dumpling).
With its famous signature xiao long bao and heart-warming steamed chicken soup, this authentic Taiwanese restaurant has been making waves with more than 100 branches throughout the world, including Singapore, Thailand, Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, South Korea, and USA.

The interior of Din Tai Fung is traditional, simple and harmony.
At Din Tai Fung, Xiao Long Bao is a must-order-item! Each Xiao Long Bao on hot bamboo tray is delicately hand pleated with 18 exquisite folds and prepared fresh using only the finest ingredients. 
I was invited to Din Tai Fung, 1 Utama for tea and new dishes launched. 
Here is the new dishes, check it out.
Mini Golden Custard Egg Bun迷你奶黄流沙包  RM3 (1 pcs)  |  RM8.50 (3 pcs)
Golden Custard Egg Bun is one of the famous dim sum and always been searching high in chinese restaurant and this immediately become superstar at Din Tai Fung after launched. Soft and tender pastries, and just the right amount of sweetness, the filling is remain runny and milky even though put at there for 5-10 minutes to cool down. It was truly amazed me! 
Noodle with Fresh Mushrooms and Tofu 鲜菇蛋豆腐干拌面   RM15.50

Stir-fried Cloud Ear Mushroom with Garlic蒜炒云耳    RM22.80
Cloud Ear Mushroom is special imported from Taiwan, so it is different taste compare with Cloud Ear Mushroom here, squeaky texture is interesting when you bite it.
Vegetables and diced beancurd fried rice菜香豆干素炒饭   RM17.50

Stir-fried garlic shoot with minced pork香爆肉碎蒜芯   RM25.10
There are a lot of signature dishes, such as...
Steamed Vegetable & Pork Dumplings 菜肉蒸饺
Handmade with delectable delights of savoury premium meat and fragrant Chinese cabbage, so juicy and savoury. 
I love baossss!!! love it until i got a nickname (bao) during my school life haha.... Every time i went to Din Tai Fung, i must order the red bean buns and yam buns, such a delightful treat for the sweet tooth!
Steamed Red Bean Paste Buns 豆沙包
Steamed Yam Paste Buns 芋泥包
My favourite!!! Sorry i hate sweet overload, the sweetness level of this yam paste buns is just nice, may be it is a bit tasteless for some sweet tooth. =P
Steamed Sesame Paste Buns  芝麻包
Steamed minced pork Buns
Steamed vege & pork Buns
Steamed vege Buns
Steamed Chinese Style Layer Cakes千层油糕
These traditional layer cakes yield softly as one bites into the pale yellow pillow, a great afternoon tea snack.
Sesame Rice Ball with Peanut
Chocolate & Red bean paste Xiao long bao
Surprise! Have you taste this before? It is a special dessert for sweet tooth, take a bite and creamy chocolate melt-into-your mouth.
Apart of chinese tea, Din Tai Fung also serving you a healthful drink. 
Lemongrass Juice香茅汁
Lemongrass is beneficial for fighting infections, improving skin, reducing inflammation, body detoxification and improving general health, make this healthful refreshing drink in a hot day.

Roselle Drink 洛神花冰
Seldom found locally, Roselle are known to lower blood pressure, aid digestion and refine complexion, this drink is perfect for the health conscious.
Mango Pudding 芒果布丁
Ginseng Tea
Boiled papaya with snow fungus

Din Tai Fung now have tea-time dessert sets at 3-6pm (only available from Monday to Friday), price starting from RM13.80. For coffee lover, Illy Coffee is available now at Din Tai Fung also, you can enjoy a cup of hot coffee and eat mini golden custard egg bun, i think it will be a special experience haha!
For more information, promotion updates and branches location, please visit www.dintaifung.com.my

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