Din Tai Fung Now At Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

During the heat of Xiu Long Baos (Meat Dumplings), you see every franchise brands that sell this food are mushrooming rapidly except Din Tai Fung which remains as single outlet at The Gardens Midvalley. Why they maintain as a single outlet in Malaysia is due to the Taiwanese culture who put more attention towards quality then quantity. They had a reputation to keep as one of the top 10 Best Restaurant of the World by New York Times. Β With the recent open of the Pavilion outlet in Kuala Lumpur, they bring you the same quality of food and service as good as any other outlets of Din Tai Fung Restaurants around the world. You can be assure that you’ll get a similar or better in everything which available at The Gardens Midvalley Megamall outlet here as it is managed by the same management.

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Their signature kitchen which very well organized and efficient

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Xiu Long Bao Chefs creating their masterpiece behind the open kitchen. You can see how your food are prepared here right before your eyes from dough baking to wrapping the dumpling.

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Contemporary combination of modern and ancient design elements in the brand new restaurant. This 2 were part of the VIP rooms available here where one of it are facing KLCC with a splendid view while you dine.

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By taking a closer look on the ceiling Β lamp, Β I notice that the whole light is made up with lots of chopsticks! All these lamps were custom made.

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25 thoughts on “Din Tai Fung Now At Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

  1. NKOTB

    I just wish they could open a branch in Penang….. though i know the fact that such biz is hard to sustain in Penang, especially the crowd isn’t that big and the spending power is not like in KL ….. but am yearning for DTF’s Xiao Long Bao leh…. πŸ™

    Oh ya, saw them renovating last December when I was there.
    .-= NKOTB´s last blog ..?????? =-.

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    1. email2me Post author

      Never tried the one in China and TW ….. so can’t simply judge. The one I taste in Singapore outlets and the one in Klang valley are all on its standard.

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  2. Necro

    Their food is not that nice… compared with Dragon 1.. they cant compete. In terms of taste, Dragon I is much better

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