Din Tai Fung has as same as all over the world according to taste and their services. So I could enjoy their meal comfortably .
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I have heard multiple times about Din Tai Fung and their famous Xiao Long Baos (pork dumplings with soup), especially the famous video of food blogger Mark Wiens when he tries them in Taiwan. I was really curious to give them a try. It was...More
I've been to Din Tai Fung in Tokyo, Taiwan, and Bangkok. Each location had different menus, and if you're hoping for something particular, I'd suggest checking out their online menu before making the trip and waiting in line. Of all the locations, I loved the...More
Was there last Saturday, I was with a friend, for 2 persons we ordered 4 dishes: 6 pork dumplings, prawn fried cake, Duck breast fried cake and egg fried rice. So yummy!!! All dishes are so flavoursome, I think my fav was the duck breast...More
The dumplings are to die for : especially pork soup ones. The Asian salad again a win! Didn't love the garlic spinach but everything else was wow and we returned twice. Bit pricey but so worth it and wonderful service. Cleanliness is amazing
Amazingly good dumplings - this is a must visit when in Bangkok. Generally a 20-30 minute wait for a table - apart from the dumplings, don't miss some of the other menu items - the menu is all brilliant stuff!
I have eaten here quite a few times since my previous 3.5 dots review. I now think I should write a newer review because I like eating here better than before. I always enjoy my food here. It can get pretty busy and sometimes the...More
Yes, you have to wait for a table, no reservations, but this Bangkok branch of the world famous Chinese restaurant is well worth the wait. Fill out your order while you wait and then tuck into this rather small, compact restaurant in Central World shopping...More
We have been coming here everytime we visited Bangkok for the last 5 years. This time round there was no queue. There were several dishes here which are only offered in Thailand. Other than that the dishes are basically very typical DTF dishes which are...More