Din Tai Fung in Taiwan

Din Tai Fung is a famous restaurant with branches all over the world. Known for their xiao long bao, it originated in Taiwan, so it was just fitting to have lunch in one of their branches. We dined in their Taipei 101 branch since it was more convenient to go there after touring the observatories.

Taiwan 2013 Taipei 101 Din Tai Fung

Just looking at this photo makes my tummy happy

Enjoy the pictures (and join me in wishing that someone could also franchise Din Tai Fung soonest)!

Taiwan 2013 Taipei 101 Din Tai Fung

There was still a queue after lunch

Taiwan 2013 Taipei 101 Din Tai Fung

I like the chopsticks

Taiwan 2013 Taipei 101 Din Tai Fung

The delicacy bestowed with a Michelin star (albeit in the Hong Kong branch)

Taiwan 2013 Taipei 101 Din Tai Fung

The mouthwatering, “I can’t remember to forget you” xiao long bao

Taiwan 2013 Taipei 101 Din Tai Fung

Noodles. The name escapes me.

Taiwan 2013 Taipei 101 Din Tai Fung

When I come back, I will make sure to order this tasty, grilled porkchop (?)

Taiwan 2013 Taipei 101 Din Tai Fung

I think this is spinach

Taiwan 2013 Taipei 101 Din Tai Fung

Steamed Shrimp and Pork Shiaomai

Taiwan 2013 Taipei 101 Din Tai Fung

And more dimsum

Taiwan 2013 Taipei 101 Din Tai Fung

Freshly made in front of your eyes

Taiwan 2013 Taipei 101 Din Tai Fung

Now that I’ve tasted you, I will be on the lookout for you. :P

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