24 February 2012


We've been wanting to try Din Tai Fung, named by The New York Times as one of the world's Top Ten restaurants. (Its Hong Kong branch has been awarded a Michelin Star.) But the queue has always been too long in all the SG branches. We finally got lucky today, lunch time, at the Wisma Atria (nearest MRT: Orchard).

We've all had dumplings, noodles and fried rice. Pero iba rito. I must say our DTF experience raised our Chinese food standards. We had the best xiao long bao (steamed pork dumplings), special braised beef noodles (the only one on the menu with double reco: a thumbs up and a star), and fried rice with pork chop here. This is how Chinese food should be done. Even their bottomless house tea is very good. Our bill, with two Coca-Colas, was around SGD42. So worth it. 

One of our yummiest lunch dates ever!

Happy lunch crowd at Din Tai Fung, Wisma Atria

We'll definitely be back!

Me: Like tomorrow?
Hubby: OK.

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