This restaurant is so good. Every time I go to eat, I have to wait for a long time. There are too many diners, the service is good, the quality of the food is good, and the environment is good. I really like it.
Din Tai Fung, Seattle, waiting in line for half an hour...The taste is pretty decent! It may be the problem with the original ingredients in the United States, but it is not as delicious as made in China. . . Xiao Long Bao is still good, maybe it's a sign.
I queued up at the door to pick up my number and left my contact information. I waited for more than two hours before receiving the message. There were too many people and I was too hungry. The sweet and sour pork ribs tasted so good that they were finished before taking photos. The crab noodle dumplings are full of flavor, and the vegetarian dumplings are delicious and delicious. Even the taste of vinegar is very authentic. Nowadays, you may not be able to find such a restaurant in China. The waiting time in line is worth so long.
This is the third time we have tasted Din Tai Fung cuisine and the second time in this restaurant. Din Tai Fung's delicacies, especially the Xiao Long Bao, are extremely delicious and the feeling of biting and fragrant is unforgettable. With the name of May Day, I brought my family (7 people, including 2 children) here to have a good taste.
Ding Taifeng is still as good as it always has. There is no phone or internet reservation. People will naturally wait in line, leaving contact information and waiting for the ranking. First, through the transparent window, watch the superb skills produced by the masters on the spot.
Waiting for about half an hour, the ordering process is quite simple. Take the printed menu, tick the delicious ones, and fill in the number of servings. Anyway, I am familiar with Din Tai Fung's signature dishes. We ordered deep-fried pork ribs for $6*2, cold dressing for $5.5, pork xiaolongbao for $11.75, crab noodles for xiaolongbao for $13.75, Yuanzhu chicken soup for $8, crab meat wonton soup for $9.5, and oily tofu soup for 7.5 Dollars and so on. The dishes are served very quickly and the service is very good. The family had a full meal and was satisfied. Finally, I got a big plate of Shaved ice for $10.00, which is very popular with children. In general, Din Tai Fung's cuisine is indeed worthy of its name, full of colors and flavors, and the price is moderate. Din Tai Fung in Seattle is basically equal to the authentic Din Tai Fung in Taipei.
This restaurant is located in Lincoln Square. There are too many people to mention it. There is always a line. You can tell him his name, number of people and cell phone number on the counter at the door, and then just wait. Someone will send you a text message. You can go to the shopping center and stroll around, but it is best not to go too far. Recommend red oil chaoshou and Xiaolong! It's really delicious! Great value for money! I drool as soon as I write here.
My colleague ate Din Tai Fung in Shanghai and couldn’t forget its taste, so I knew that after opening one in Seattle, I drove 3 hours from Portland, waited for more than 1 hour, ate for an hour, and went back. Another 3 hours. Eating this bite in 8 hours, it seems that Xiaolongbao is very high in the heart of foreigners, and Ding Tai Fung is indeed delicious.