After having a meal in Japanese restaurant, Ding Ding suggested having a meal in a Chinese restaurant. Din Tai Fung is famous among the world which is located in Tsim Sha Tsui. This was also awarded Michelin 1-star in Hong Kong.
After receiving a queue ticket from the receptionist, they had a stroll around the shopping mall for almost 30 minutes before they finally got a table. It was not even the peak dining period at six in the evening, but the crowd was already building up.
The first foodstuff was the Steamed Pork Dumpling (Xiao Long Bao). Juicy meat fills inside in a supposedly melt-in-your-mouth skin. The silky smooth dough was made in small batches to maintain freshness. Finally, the dumplings are steamed at the perfect temperature and served hot.
Another foodstuff was the Noodle with minced pork in bean sauce. Despite being a simple dish, they enjoyed the handmade noodle which was cooked to al dente standard, giving it a pleasantly springy consistency texture. The minced pork in bean sauce was itself a very savory-inclined element to the dish.
Another dish was egg fried rice with fried pork chop. The fried pork chop was one of Din Tai Fung's signature dishes, with the thin slice of meat finely marinated with herbs. It tasted very tender and managed to retain the moisture much needed within the meat. The underlying taste was a very palatable savory one.
Shop 130, 3/F, Silvercord, 30 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
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