Din Tai Fung Philippines: Where To Catch Their Famous Xiao Long Baos?

These are the places where you can find Din Tai Fung in the Philippines.

DIN TAI FUNG – Here are the branches of Din Tai Fung in the Philippines and some details about this famous restaurant.

Founders of Din Tai Fung Yang Bingyi and his wife Lai Penmei launched this brand as a cooking oil retailer in 1958. However, in 1970, a huge decline in the cooking oil business was met. They decided to make half of their company sell steamed buns which were well-received by many people.

In 1972, the cooking oil business closed down but born a full-fledged restaurant. It received good responses from customers, so it expanded. They opened their first international store in Tokyo in 1996. In 2005, it was able to establish a place in Jakarta.

Currently, this restaurant has branches in countries like Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, UAE, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, the Philippines, the UK, and the USA.

In the Philippines, it has spread to five restaurants.

You can find this famous place in:

  • Bonifacio Global City
    • C1 Lower Ground Bldg, Bonifacio High St. BGC, Taguig City
    • 09190785209
  • Greenbelt
    • Level 2, Greenbelt 3, Ayala Center, Makati City
    • 09190845370
  • Rockwell
    • R1 Level, Power Plant Mall, Rockwell Center, Makati City
    • 09190845732
  • SM Megamall
    • UG/F, SM Megamall Fashion Hall, Bldg. D, Wack Wack, Mandaluyong
    • 09564130207 or 09474258904
  • Mall Of Asia
    • Space 102C-D, 102M-Q Level 1 South Entertainment MallJW Diokno Boulevard Mall of Asia Complex Brgy 76 Zone 10, CBP 1A1300 Pasay City
    • 0285271364

The bestsellers ‘you must try are Pork Xiaolongbao, Salted Egg Yolk Prawns, Crispy Beef Strips, Golden Lava Salted Egg Yolk Bun, and Chocolate Lava Xiaolongbao.

The prices of their dishes range from Php 185.00 to Php 880.00.

They serve appetizers like Seaweed Salad, Sautéed String Beans, Din Tai Fung House Special, Spicy Pickled Cucumber, Eggplant With Minced Pork, and Taiwanese Kao Fu. Their Xiaolongbao comes in various flavors like Pork and Roasted Garlic, Green Squash and Shrimp, Chicken, Pork, Pork and Kimchi, Crab Roe And Pork, Chili Crab and Shrimp, Truffle And Pork, and Foie Gras And Chicken.

They also have dumplings, wontons, shao mi, vegetable dishes, soups, sauced and fried noodles, desserts, and drinks.


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