Din Tai Fung is well-recognized as a top-tier food institution. It’s a Michelin-starred Taiwanese take on the classic Chinese dim sum experience, and it’s recognized for its handmade soup dumplings. The dough is prepared, kneaded, and filled by hand, in front of your eyes, at DTF. The restaurant has received universal acclaim for its service, cuisine, and ambiance, so let’s check out the Din Tai Fung Menu.
Here is the latest Din Tai Fung Menu with prices in the Philippines:
|Din Tai Fung House Special||180.25|
|Taiwanese Kao Fu (Stewed Spongy Gluten)||283.25|
|Sauteed String Beans||211.15|
|Cold Chicken with Scallions||260.00|
|House Special Spicy Jellyfish||285.00|
|Crab Roe and Pork Xiaolongbao||365.65|
|Pork and Roasted Garlic Xiaolongbao||190.55|
|Chili Crab and Shrimp Xiaolongbao||386.25|
|Green Squash and Shrim Xiaolongbao||190.55|
|Crispy Shrimp and Pork Wontons||262.65|
|Golden Prawn Cakes||262.65|
|Pork and Roasted Garlic Buns||159.65|
|Braised Beef Buns||164.80|
|Chili Crab and Pork Buns||190.55|
|Crispy Vegetarian Mushroom Wontons||226.60|
|Chicken Wings in Shrimp Paste||293.55|
|Crispy Shrimp and Chicken Spring Rolls||185.40|
|Chiccken and Mushroom Buns||164.80|
|Stir-Fried Organic Spinach with Garlic||272.95|
|Stir-Fried Chinese Bok Choy||206.00|
|Winged Bean in Toasted Sesame Oil and Garlic||255.00|
|Sweet amd Sour Pork||293.55|
|Hot Prawn Salad with Mango and Pineapple||442.90|
|Hot Garlic Spareribs||401.70|
|Fried Chicken Chop||288.40|
|Fried Pork Chop||293.55|
|Black Pepper Beef||448.05|
|Steamed Fish Fillet in Superior Soy Sauce||581.95|
|Salted Egg Yolk Prawns||448.05|
|Salt and Pepper Squid||422.30|
|Sweet and Sour Chicken||257.50|
|Three Cup Chicken||283.25|
|Stir-Fried Beef with Scallions||324.45|
|Chicken Cutlet with Special Sauce||298.70|
|Sweet and Sour Prawn||422.30|
|Shrimp Fried Rice||262.65|
|Fried Rice with Salted Fish||221.45|
|Chicken Chop Fried Rice||381.10|
|Shredded Pork Fried Rice||242.05|
|Pork Chop Fried Rice||381.10|
|Fried Rice with Sweet Garlic and Scallions||159.65|
|Truffle Mushroom Fried Rice||345.05|
|Mushroom Fried Rice||216.30|
Sauced and Fried Noodles
|Dry Noodles with Spicy Shrimp and Pork Wonton||293.55|
|Fried Noodles with Vegetables||206.00|
|Fried Noodles with Beef||242.05|
|Noodles with House Special Spicy Sauce||190.55|
|Fried Noodles with Seafood||314.15|
Soups and Noodle Soups
|Braised Beef and Noodle Soup||427.45|
|Shrimp and Pork Wonton Noodle Soup||283.25|
|Din Tai Fung Hot Sour Soup||200.85|
Dumplings, Wontons and Shao Mai
|Shrimp and Pork Wontons||257.50|
|Steamed Shrimp and Pork Shao Mai||252.35|
|Salted Egg Yolk Prawns Feast||505.00|
|Crispy Beef Strips Ultimate Feast||445.00|
|Sweet and Sour Pork Ultimate Feast||450.00|
|Sweet and Sour Pork Featured Feast||330.00|
|Chicken Chop Featured Feast||350.00|
|Salted Egg Yolk Prawns Feast||435.00|
|Pork Xiaolongbao Dimsum Feast||395.00|
|Stir-Fried Beef with Scallions Featured Feast||335.00|
|Sweet and Sour Prawns Ultimate Feast||485.00|
|Stir-Fried Beef with Scallions Ultimate Feast||465.00|
|Crispy Chicken Cutlet with Special Sauce Ultimate Feast||460.00|
|Shrimp and Pork Wontons with House Special Spicy Sauce Dimsum Feast||385.00|
|Shrimp and Pork Wonton with House Soy Sauce Dimsum Feast||385.00|
|Hot Prawn Salad with Mango and Pineapple Featured Feast||435.00|
|Pork Chop Ultimate Feast||440.00|
|Crispy Beef Strips Featured Feast||305.00|
|Pork Chop Featured Feast||340.00|
|Three Cup Chicken Ultimate Feast||450.00|
|Salt and Pepper Squid Ultimate Feast||495.00|
|Three Cup Chicken Featured Feast||310.00|
|Hot Garlic Spareribs Ultimate Feast||475.00|
|Hot Prawn Salad with Mango and Pineapple Ultimate Feast||505.00|
|Hot Garlic Spareribs Featured Feast||395.00|
|Crispy Chicken Cutlet with Special Sauce Featured Feast||325.00|
|Chicken Chop Ultimate Feast||440.00|
|Salt and Pepper Squid Featured Feast||410.00|
|Steamed Shrimp and Pork Shao Mai Dimsum Feast||455.00|
|Chicken Xiaolongbao Dimsum Feast||390.00|
|Sweet Chili Sauce||25.00|
Milk Teas and Beverages
|Black Milk Tea||135.00|
|Wintermelon Rock Salt and Cheese||155.00|
|Oolong Rock Salt and Cheese||155.00|
|Jasmine and Rose Milk Tea||145.00|
|Brown Sugar Pearl Milk Tea||155.00|
|Classice Iced Tea||85.00|
|Oolong Passion Fruit Tea||155.00|
|Iced Rose Tea||85.00|
|Passion Fruit Green Tea||155.00|
Hot and Cold Desserts
|Chocolate Lava Xiaolongbao||154.50|
|Black Lava Buchi||123.60|
|Golden Lava Salted Egg Yolk Buns||123.60|
Din Tai Fung Menu
Din Tai Fung serves authentic Taiwanese and Chinese Huaiyang delicacies, but with over 80 options, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. Here are a few of Din Tai Fung’s most popular menu items.
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Xiao Long Bao
These soup dumplings are the most often mentioned item on Din Tai Fung’s menu and the reason the Taiwanese restaurant is so well-known: each dumpling is stuffed to the brim with flavorful, steaming broth. These are created from scratch every day by “masters” or “shifus” of the xiao long bao artistry, and they may be found in a wide variety of delicious flavors. Minced pork is a typical filling, but if you want to go another route, you can try several other ingredients like crab roe, chicken, garlic, and if you want to get fancy, even foie gras or truffle. I am an avid fan of Din Tai Fung’s legendary xiao long bao, but I prefer the crab roe over the traditional pork filling.
Salted Egg Yolk Prawns
Some folks love salted eggs’ salty, buttery flavor, and I am no exception. While most may find this flavor in savory snacks like chips and delectable desserts, many people think it is best enjoyed with seafood, and Din Tai Fung’s Salted Egg Yolk Prawns capture this nuanced flavor flawlessly. The restaurant’s salted-egg batter gives succulent prawns a pleasant crunch and flavorful bite. The flavor shines when combined with simple white rice.
Sweet and Sour Pork
You probably already know you can find sweet-and-sour dishes on almost every menu at Chinese and Taiwanese eateries. Your grandparents and parents like it, and you will likely feel the same way. Din Tai Fung elevates this traditional meal by deep-frying the pork nuggets to a golden crisp and covering everything with a tangy-sweet crimson sauce; you won’t find any mushy bites anywhere.
Black Milk Tea
As milk tea was invented in Taiwan, it is reasonable to assume that Din Tai Fung will sell its own version. The restaurant serves traditional Black Milk Tea, which you may order for takeaway from any Metro location. The milkiness and subtle sweetness of the pearls in this iteration balance out the bold black tea taste.
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Chocolate Lava Xiaolongbao
Din Tai Fung Philippines is widely acknowledged as the originator of the now-ubiquitous Chocolate Lava Xiaolongbao. Din Tai Fung’s Chocolate Lava Xiaolongbao is the stuff of fantasies for any true chocolate lover. Get a bite from a bao straight out of the steamer when the chocolate filling is dense and melting in the center. I have to say, this is way better than other chocolate-stuffed dim sums I have tried: it’s velvetier, creamier, and more decadent.
They don’t have xiao long bao but Mann Hann also has comfort Chinese food you can try!
Din Tai Fung Delivery
To get your favorite Din Tai Fung at home, visit their website: www.dtf.momentfood.com. You can also have your Din Tai Fung meals delivered through major apps like foodpanda and GrabFood.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Din Tai Fung an international brand?
Din Tai Fung now operates restaurants in various countries, including Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, the Philippines, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
What’s the general price range for Din Tai Fung?
Prices at Din Tai Fung range from ₱10 to ₱505. A side of ginger is the cheapest item on the menu, while the most expensive is the Salted Egg Yolk Prawns Grand Feast.
About Din Tai Fung in the Philippines
Yang Bingyi, a native of Shanxi (PRC), worked at Heng Tai Fung, a cooking oil store in Taiwan, for a decade. But, he desired to be his own businessman, so in 1958, he and his wife, Lai Penmei, opened a Cooking Oil Shop. Namely, Din Tai Fung.
The demand for frying oil plummeted in the 1970s. Bingyi devoted part of his establishment to selling steamed buns, which soon became a local hit. In 1972, after receiving positive feedback, this company completely transitioned from producing cooking oil to operating as a restaurant.
In 1996, the company opened a branch in Tokyo, Japan, marking its first foray into international markets. In 2005, a Din Tai Fung restaurant debuted in Jakarta. Din Tai Fung restaurants are currently in more than a dozen countries worldwide.
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