Restaurant 3/F, Silvercord, No.30 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China Published on: 10-08-2016
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Why Din Tai Fung is special ?
While the menu is extensive and covers all of your dim sum favourites, Din Tai Fung is probably best known for its Xiao Long Bao. These delicate little bite sized morsels are a wonder of skillful construction. The thin, almost translucent casing is pregnant with hot soup and demands some patience to avoid a mouth scalding. Din Tai Fung half a dozen XLB varieties, but this is no one trick pony. Spicy wontons, a wonderfully flavoured chicken soup and a great tofu salad are some of the highlights. Throw in terrific, friendly service and you're bound to have a good time despite, inevitably, having to wait.
Must try dishes:
Shredded beancurd salad with seaweed
Spicy vegetable and pork wontons
Spicy shrimp and pork wonton
Fried pork chop
Double boiled chicken soup
Eight treasure sticky rice
- Fantastic Food
- Wonderful Dumplings
- Excellent experience!
- All time favourite
- Good introduction to dim sum lite
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition YES
- Had kid menu YES
- Accept credit card YES
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian YES
3/F, Silvercord, No.30 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China
Tips for you
We were looking for local cuisine, close to Nathan Road where we were shopping. We did not have to wait too long and the food and service was great. Food was fresh and came as we ordered rather than all at once which happens in so many places in Hong Kong. The restaurant was large and very comfortable. The staff were very nice. The food was fantastic, a large menu to order from and everything we enjoy in a Chinese meal. Dumpling and vegetables were fabulous. The sauces served were also delicious. Very happy to go back, a fantastic find for a grew meal anytime in TST.
the staff of the hotel we were booked in highly recommended this restaurant. we happened to be in mira mall (where it's located) so we decided to check it out. not a hole in the wall chinese restaurant type. it's big, bright, and clean. i expected to see the dim sum tray being pushed by the staff, not in din tai fung. we had to give in our dim sum list to them which was then served. good food but a bit noisy. the popular place became full after a few minutes we got in.
Not the most romantic restaurant in the world, but if its great food your after then Din Tai Fung is where to head. Some of the best dim sum in the city in a wide variety of options to suit everyone.