Yang Bingyi founder of the Din Tai Fung .it is a Twainsh restaurant famous for Chinese soup. Yang Bingyi start his professional life as a deliveryman at a store named Heng Tai Fung which provides quality cooking oil. But due to some reason this store was closed to survive in life and to support his family he decided to open his own store with help of his wife and in 1958 he opened a cooking oil selling point under the name Din Tai Fung. after some time he decided to sell Xiao long bao buns. These buns become famous and he stopped selling oil and start put concentrating on Xiao long bao buns and some other soup products. Now Dil Tai Fung become more popular and has more than 160 outlets all over the world and more than 20 in Singapore. it is famous because of its quality Soup and Noodles product and because of this quality, it won an award of Michelin in 2010 as a reward for Yang Bingyi’s hard work.

List of Din Tai Fung Menu 2022

Appetizers

MenuPrice
Sweet & Sour Pork Baby Back Ribs$8.75
Seaweed & Beancurd In a Vinegar Dressing$6.00
Cucumber Salad$6.00
Fried Pork Chop$6.75
Kurobuta Pork Sticky Rice Wrap (1 each)$6.75
Soy Noodle Salad$6.00
Wood Ear Mushrooms in a Vinegar Dressing$6.00

Greens

MenuPrice
Sautéed String Beans with Garlic$12.00
Sautéed Bok Choy$11.00
Sautéed Taiwanese Cabbage with Garlic$11.00
Sautéed Broccoli with Garlic$11.00
Sautéed Kale with Garlic$11.50
Sautéed Mustard Greens with Shredded Ginger$11.00
Sautéed Spinach with Garlic$11.00

Xiao Long Bao (Soup Dumplings)

MenuPrice
Kurobuta Pork Xiao Long Bao (10 each)$12.50
Crab & Kurobuta Pork Xiao Long Bao (10 each)$15.00

Dumplings

MenuPrice
Jidori Chicken Dumplings (10 each)$12.75
Steamed Cod Dumplings (10 each)$13.50
Vegetable & Mushroom Dumplings (10 each)$12.75
Kimchi & Kurobuta Pork Dumplings (10 each)$13.50
Shrimp & Kurobuta Pork Dumplings (10 each)$13.25
Vegetable & Kurobuta Pork Dumplings (10 each)$12.75

Buns And Shaomai

MenuPrice
Kurobuta Pork Buns (2 each)$6.00
Jidori Chicken & Mushroom Buns (2 each)$6.00
Vegetable & Kurobuta Pork Buns (2 each)$6.00
Vegetable & Mushroom Buns (2 each)$6.00
Shrimp & Kurobuta Pork Shao Mai$8.75
Sticky Rice & Kurobuta Pork Shao Mai$8.50

Pot Stickers

MenuPrice
Shrimp & Kurobuta Pork Pot Stickers$9.25

Soups & Noodles Soup

MenuPrice
Braised Beef Soup$10.50
Braised Beef Noodle Soup$13.50
Jidori Chicken Wonton Soup$11.75
Shrimp & Kurobuta Pork Wonton Soup$11.75
Vegetable & Kurobuta Pork Wonton Soup$11.75
Jidori Chicken Noodle Soup (Boneless)$11.50
Pork Chop Noodle Soup$13.00
Shrimp Noodle Soup$12.50
Vegetarian Noodle Soup$11.50
Noodle Soup with Pickled Mustard Greens and Shredded Pork$11.00
Tofu Puff & Glass Noodle Soup (Kurobuta Pork Roll)$10.50
Vegetarian Hot & Sour Soup$9.50

Noodles And WonTons

MenuPrice
Shrimp & Kurobuta Pork Wontons with Spicy Sauce$11.75
Vegetable & Kurobuta Pork Wontons with Spicy Sauce$11.75
Jidori Chicken Wontons with Spicy Sauce$11.75
Noodles with Minced Kurobuta Pork Sauce$10.75
Noodles with Sesame Sauce$9.50
Sauced Noodles with Pickled Mustard Greens & Shredded Kurobuta Pork$10.75
Noodles with Diced Beef & Szechuan Peppers$10.75
Noodles with Spicy Sauce$9.50

Wok Fried Rice

MenuPricePrice
Wok Fried RiceWhite RiceBrown Rice
Shrimp Fried Rice$13.00$14.00
Pork Chop Fried Rice$14.00$15.00
Vegetable & Mushroom Fried Rice$12.00$13.00
Jidori Chicken Fried Rice$12.00$13.00
Shredded Kurobuta Pork Fried Rice$12.00$13.00
Egg Fried Rice$11.00

Wok Fried Noodles And Rice Cakes

MenuPrice
Shrimp Fried Noodles$13.50
Jidori Chicken Fried Noodles$12.50
Kurobuta Pork Fried Noodles$12.50
Vegetarian Fried Noodles$12.00
Vegetarian Shanghai Rice Cakes$12.00
Shanghai Rice Cakes with Shredded Kurobuta Pork$12.50
Shanghai Rice Cakes with Jidori Chicken$12.50
Shanghai Rice Cakes with Shrimp$13.50

Beverages

MenuPrice
San Pellegrino$5.00
Aqua Panna$5.00

Desserts

MenuPrice
Red Bean Buns (2 each)$5.60
Sesame Buns (2 each)$5.60
Sweet Taro Buns (2 each)$5.60
Chocolate Buns (2 each)$6.50
Chocolate & Mochi Xiao Long Bao (5 each)$7.75
Sesame & Mochi Xiao Long Bao (10 each)$9.00
Sweet Taro Xiao Long Bao (10 each)$9.00
Red Bean & Mochi Xiao Long Bao (10 each)$9.00
Red Bean Sticky Rice Wrap$5.75
Red Bean Rice Cakes (2 each)$5.60
Eight-Treasure Sticky Rice$6.50

Sides

MenuPrice
Bowl of White Rice$3.75
Bowl of Brown Rice$4.25
Side of House Spicy Sauce$4.75
Side of Egg Noodles$5.25
Side of Glass Noodles$5.25
Extra Ginger (75 grams)$4.00
Extra Chili Oil (175 grams)$4.00
House Black Vinegar (215 grams)$4.00

Souvenirs

MenuPrice
Cloth Face Mask$6.00
Din Tai Fung Chopsticks and Case$8.00
Din Tai Fung Red Chopsticks$7.00
Din Tai Fung Chopsticks (2 pairs)$14.00
Din Tai Fung Chopsticks Gift Set (6 pairs)$39.00
Shao Mai Plush Toy$30.00
Bao Bao Plush Toy$30.00
Xiao Long Bao Keychain$15.00
Bear Keychain$8.00
Bao Bao Family Mug$18.00
Forest Friends Mug$18.00
MenuPrice
APPETISERS
Oriental Salad in Special Vinegar DressingS$3.80
Red Dates with Glutinous RiceS$4.50
Century Eggs with Diced GingerS$4.00
Braised Sichuan Sliced BeefS$7.00
Original Shanghainese Drunken ChickenS$7.50
Crunchy Mini Cucumber in Spicy SauceS$4.30
Stewed Beancurd Cubes with Honey SauceS$4.80
Fragrant Pork with Crushed GarlicS$7.30
Pickled Mustard with Shredded MeatS$3.80
Sliced Duck in Crispy Spring Onion PastryS$7.30
Green Chillies Stuffed with Marinated Minced MeatS$
SOUPS
Deep Fried Special Marinated Pork ChopS$8.00
Vegetable & Pork Wantons Tossed in Well Seasoned Chicken BrothS$7.80
Shrimp & Pork Wantons Tossed in Well Seasoned Chicken BrothS$8.00
Oriental Wantons with Black Vinegar & Chilli OilS$7.80
Crispy Golden Prawn PancakeS$9.30
Deep Fried Vegetable & Pork WantonsS$7.50
Deep Fried Shrimp & Pork WantonsS$7.80
SNACKS
Steamed Chicken SoupS$9.80
Steamed Pork Rib SoupS$9.80
Steamed Beef SoupS$9.80
Special Braised Beef SoupS$10.00
Hot & Sour Soup (Small)S$5.50
Hot & Sour Soup (Regular)S$8.00
Vegetable & Pork Wantons Served in Superior Chicken BrothS$7.50
Shrimp & Pork Wantons Served in Superior Chicken BrothS$7.80
STEAMED DUMPLINGS
Steamed Pork Dumplings (10pcs)S$9.80
Steamed Pork Dumplings (6pcs)S$7.30
Steamed Shrimp & Pork Dumplings (10pcs)S$10.80
Steamed Shrimp & Pork Dumplings (6pcs)S$7.70
Steamed Vegetable & Pork Dumplings (10pcs)S$9.80
Steamed Vegetable & Pork Dumplings (6pcs)S$7.30
Steamed Shrimp & Pork Shao-mai (10pcs)S$14.80
Steamed Shrimp & Pork Shao-mai (6pcs)S$10.30
Steamed Crab Meat & Pork Shao-mai (10pcs)S$14.30
Steamed Crab Meat & Pork Shao-mai (6pcs)S$9.50
Truffle Xiao Long Bao (1pcs)S$4.50
Truffle Xiao Long Bao (5pcs)S$21.80
Truffle Xiao Long Bao (10pcs)S$42.00
Steamed Chicken Dumplings (10pcs)S$10.00
Steamed Chicken Dumplings (6pcs)S$7.50
Steamed Angled Gourd & Shrimp Dumplings (10pcs)S$10.50
Steamed Angled Gourd & Shrimp Dumplings (6pcs)S$7.50
RICE
Fried Rice with Shrimps & EggsS$11.00
Fried Rice with Shredded Pork & EggsS$9.50
Fried Rice with Pork ChopS$10.80
Fried Rice with EggsS$7.00
Steamed RiceS$1.20
NOODLES
Steamed Chickern Soup with NoodleS$10.80
Steamed Beef Soup with NoodleS$10.80
Steamed Pork Rib Soup with NoodleS$10.80
Special Braised Beef Noodle Soup with Beef BrisketS$11.50
Special Braised Beef Noodle Soup (Served without Beef)S$7.80
Noodle Soup with Pickled Mustrad & Shredded PorkS$8.50
Noodle Soup with Fried Pork ChopS$10.00
Noodle Soup with Vegetable & Pork WantonsS$9.50
Noodle Soup with Shrimp & Pork WantonsS$9.80
Dan Dan NoodleS$7.00
Noodle with Mnced Pork in Bean SauceS$8.50
Vermicelli Soup with Deep-fried Beancurd & Minced Meat RollsS$8.80
Noodle Soup with Shrimps, Bamboo Shoots & VegetablesS$9.30
Dry Noodle Tossed i Special SauceS$6.50
Noodle in Fragrant Mushroom & Minced Pork SauceS$9.00
Plain NoodleS$4.00
Yang Chun NoodleS$6.50
Noodle with Spicy SauceS$7.00
Dry Noodle with Pickled Nustard & Shredded PorkS$9.00
VEGETABLES
Stir-fried Spinach with GarlicS$9.80
Stir-fried Dou Miao with GarlicS$12.00
Stir-fried Dou Miao with ShrimpsS$15.00
Stir-fried Dou Miao with Pork StripsS$13.00
Stir-fried Nai Bai with GarlicS$12.00
Stir-fried Hong Kong Kailan with Special SauceS$11.80
STEAMED BUNS
Steamed Vegetable & Prk Buns (3 psc)S$3.80
Steamed Vegetable & Prk Bun (1 psc)S$1.80
Steamed Pork Buns (3 pcs)S$3.80
Steamed Pork Buns (1 pcs)S$1.30
Steamed Red Bean Buns (3 pcs)S$3.60
Steamed Red Bean Buns (1 pc)S$1.20
Steamed Yam Buns (3 pcs)S$3.60
Steamed Yam Buns (1 pc)S$1.20
Steamed Sesame Buns (3 pcs)S$3.60
Steamed Sesame Buns (1 pc)S$1.20
Steamed Vegetarian Buns (3 pcs)S$3.80
Steamed Vegetarian Buns (1 pcs)S$1.30
Steamed Chilli Crab (3 pcs)S$4.50
Steamed Chilli Crab (1 pc)S$1.50
STEAMED SNACKS
Steamed Finely Mashed Red Bean Dumplings (10 pcs)S$8.30
Steamed Finely Mashed Red Bean Dumplings (6 pcs)S$6.30
Steamed Yam Dumplings (10 pcs)S$8.80
Steamed Yam Dumplings (6 pcs)S$6.80
Fragrant Peanut Dumplings (6 pcs)S$7.80
Steamed Chinese Style Layered Cakes (2 pcs)S$3.50
Steamed Glutinous Rice Cake Stuffed with Mashed Red Bean (2 pcs)S$3.80
Red Bean Rice DumplingS$5.00
Sweet Chinese DelicacyS$5.50
DESSERTS
Alomond Pudding Coated with Black Sesame DressingS$4.50
Double-Boiled Papaya & Snow Fungus with Rock Sugar (Hot/Cold)S$6.50
Chiled Grass Jelly Topped with Sweet Black Glutinous RiceS$4.80
Mango PuddingS$4.50
BEVERAGES
Refreshing Prune DrinkS$3.80
Coaling Red Dates Longan DrinkS$3.80
CokeS$3.50
Coke LightS$3.50
SpriteS$3.50
Evian Mineral Water (Bottle)S$3.80
Tiger Beer (Bottle)S$8.80
Fiji Mineral WaterS$4.50
Pokka Oolong TeaS$3.50
Pokka Jasmine TeaS$3.50
Freshly Squeezed Juice: Pineapple, Celery, CarrotS$5.50
Roselle DrinkS$4.20
Lemongrass JuiceS$4.50
Earl Grey Lemon TeaS$4.20
Freshly Brewed Hot Jasmine Tea (Free Flow)S$1.00
Carrot JuiceS$5.50
Green Apple JuiceS$5.50
Honey Apple JuiceS$5.50
Orange JuiceS$5.50
Pineapple JuiceS$5.50
Watermelon JuiceS$5.50
Taiwan Beer (Bottle)S$5.50
Water (Hot)S$0.50
Water (Cold)S$0.50
Tiger Beer (Jug)S$32.00
Tiger Beer (Glass)S$8.80
ASIAN DELIGHTS
Hong Kong Classic Steamed Cod Fillet with Superior Soy SauceS$21.80
Homemade Beancurd & Sea prawns on Sizzling Hot PlateS$16.80
Nonya Curry Fish Head In Clay PotS$16.00
Cantonese Sweet & Sour PorkS$14.80
Crispy Chicken Wings Marinated in Shrimp PasteS$8.80
Crispy Prawns in Creamy Dressing with Plump lychess & Juicy PeachesS$14.80

Some Famous and Most Recommended Items of Din Tai Fung

Xiao Long Bao

Xiao Long Bao

Xiao Long Bao is one of the famous and signature dishes of the Din Tai Fung. it is also known as dumplings. Dumplings are small pieces or parts of dough wrapped with fruit or vegetables meat and seafood etc and cooked as steaming. It tastes sweet, juicy, slight, and yummy. it is not good for those who want to lose weight. Some important ingredients are scallion, chicken broth,  dried shiitake mushroom, sliced ginger root, water, flour,  kosher salt, vegetable oil, pork, garlic, Shaoxing rice wine, dark soy sauce, sugar, white pepper, etc.

Beef Noodles 

Beef Noodles are one of the best and most famous items at Din Tai Fung. it is also known as flat noodles or  Broad. it is available in many flavors and can be chosen as one favorite flavor. it is very delicious, Spicy, Savory, and salty. some important ingredients are egg, sesame oil, cornflour, pinch salt, pinch black pepper, vegetable oil, ginger, garlic, red bell pepper, dark soy sauce, onions, etc.

Fried Rice  with pork Chop

Fried Rice  with pork Chop

Fried Rice is one of the famous items of Din Tai Fung. it is the world,s most famous rice dish. it is a kind of rice dish that is cooked along with egg vegetables and meat.it has a slightly crunchy and delicious taste. Fried Rice is Served with pork chops to make it more taster. Fired Rice provides help to lose weight. Some important ingredients are rice, cooking oil, pork chops, eggs, chicken powder, ground white pepper,  green onions, baking soda, salt, sugar, Porkchop marinade, loin chop, soy sauce, cooking wine, etc.

Steamed Pork Dumplings, Stir-fried Hong Kong Kailan with Special Sauce,  Steamed Custard Buns, Steamed Yam Paste Xiao Long Bao, Dry Noodles with Spicy Shrimp,  Pork Wontons, Fung-special spicy sauce are also famous and most recommended items.

Is Din Tai Fung a Michelin star?

   With a menu boasting far more than just Xiao Long Bao, the brand has won many awards—including the coveted Michelin star at its Hong Kong branch—and has become an internationally beloved brand, offering a taste of Taiwan to the United States, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia

Who owns Din Tai Fung Singapore?

Mr Bing-Yi Yang, founder of Din Tai Fung, was born in 1927 in China’s Shanxi Province. He moved to Taiwan at a young age in search of better prospects.

What type of food is Din Tai Fung?

dumpling  If you’ve been to a Din Tai Fung, the Taiwan-based dumpling and noodle chain famous for their xiao long bao (steamed soup-filled dumplings), chances are you’ve waited at least an hour.

Is Din Tai Fung considered dim sum?

Enter Din Tai Fung, a popular and reliable dim sum chain with over 100 restaurants worldwide. There are 17 branches in Japan alone, a testament to the country’s love for good dumplings.

Why is Din Tai Fung so famous?

Known for its bite-sized soup dumplings, each with a thin layer of dough and packed with hot, sizzling broth and pork fillings, Din Tai Fung attracts more than 18,000 customers every day in the 11 locations in Taiwan alone.

What does Din Tai Fung mean in English?


(Din) translates to Wok. We use woks to cook many of our dishes, including our fried rice, fried noodles, and greens.

(Tai) translates to Peace. Our restaurant is a peaceful setting for our guests to enjoy an authentic dining experience.

(Fung) translates to Abundance.

What is the best thing at Din Tai Fung?

Must-try dishes at Din Tai Fung Thailand Xiao Long Bao Original/ Steamed Pork Dumplings (THB 240 for 8 pieces) Stir-fried Hong Kong Kailan with Special Sauce (THB 220) Fragrant Pork with Crushed Garlic (THB 175) Fried Rice with Pork Chop (THB 270) Steamed Custard Buns (THB 135 for 3 buns)

How do you eat in Din Tai Fung?

How to eat xiao long bao Put soy sauce and vinegar into the bowl with sliced ginger. …  Take the soup dumpling and dip it into the sauce. Then put the dumpling into your spoon, and poke a hole in the wrapper of the dumpling to release the juices. And finally eat. 

How do you eat dim sum soup?

The key to eating soup dumplings is to use a soup spoon and take it slow and steady. Most Chinese restaurants provide a spoon, but if you’re eating dumplings at home, a regular spoon will suffice. Then, use chopsticks (or your teeth if necessary) to pick a hole on the dumplings closest knot to let it cool.

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