Din Tai Fung Taiwanese restaurant has so many nice things to offer that it is difficult to pick a favorite. The funny mascot, the window on the way to your table where employees fill dumplings, the floor-to-ceiling windows, the list of playful cocktails, the much longer list of dumplings, the baskets that arrive with your freshly steamed canapés … none Necessity to choose, just take it all in.
Although Din Tai Fung includes areas like appetizers, soups, noodles, and side dishes, one of the best ways to order is to select multiple dumpling orders and additions from the other menu areas. Each order has multiple pieces, and some of the best bets would be either shrimp and korubuta pork wontons or dumplings; Jidori Chicken Dumplings; and vegetable and mushroom rolls. Soups and noodles range from hearty options with meat and vegetable slices to light vegetarian noodle soup that looks like a work of art.
Dessert options are all so delicious. Chocolate buns are a treat when melting chocolate oozes out, while the sesame bun is less sweet, but so excellent.
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