Din Tai Fung (Paragon Branch)

Restaurant Paragon Shopping Centre 290 Orchard Rd #B1-03/06, Singapore 238859, Singapore Published on: 13-11-2015

11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Restaurant
A-la-carte
10.00 - 30.00 USD

Din Tai Fung (Paragon Branch) is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Din Tai Fung is an international brand name that has built a reputation based on its exquisite xiao long bao’s 18 intricate folds.

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Why Din Tai Fung (Paragon Branch) is special ?

Steamed Pork Dumplings (S$7.30 for 6 pieces, S$9.80 for 10 pieces)


Truffle Xiao Long Bao (S$4 for 1 piece, S$19.80 for 5 pieces, $38 for 10 pieces).


Oriental Salad with Special Vinegar Dressing (S$3.80)


The Original Shanghainese Drunken Chicken (S$7.50)


Green Chillies Stuffed with Marinated Minced Meat (S$7.30)


Crunchy Mini Cucumber in Spicy Sauce (S$4.30)


Oriental Wantons with Black Vinegar and Chilli Oil (S$7.80).


Crispy Golden Prawn Pancake (S$9.30)


Chicken Soup (S$9.80)


Fried Rice with Shrimps and Eggs (S$11.00)


Stir-fried Dou Miao with Garlic (S$12.00)


Special Braised Beef Noodle Soup with Beef Brisket (S$11.50)


Peanut Glutinous Rice Balls (S$6.80 for a bowl of 6 pieces).



Steamed Red Bean Dumplings with Chocolate Lava (S$7.50 for 6 pieces, S$10.00 for 10 pieces)

Selling points

  • Dumpling Heaven
  • great food for the family
  • Dumpling Heaven
  • great food for the family
  • Dumpling Heaven
  • great food for the family
  • Dumpling Heaven
  • great food for the family

Facilities

  • Main cuisine Chinese
  • Noise level Normal
  • Budget Budget
  • Alcohol NO
  • Air condition YES
  • Had kid menu YES
  • Accept credit card YES
  • Serve breakfast NO
  • Serve halal NO
  • Serve vegeterian YES
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Duration
2.0 days
Estimated
115.19 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
10 places

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Location

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Paragon Shopping Centre 290 Orchard Rd #B1-03/06, Singapore 238859, Singapore

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Tips for you

  • Best to get there after 2pm when it is less crowded and the wait times not as long
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  • Best to get there after 2pm when it is less crowded and the wait times not as long
    Timming
  • Best to get there after 2pm when it is less crowded and the wait times not as long
    Timming
  • Best to get there after 2pm when it is less crowded and the wait times not as long
    Timming
  • Typically has long queues that you can avoid if you head out late. Waiting time is at least 20 mins.
    Service
  • The staff is nice but is Chinese and doesn't speak a lot of English so be prepared for that if you don't speak Chinese.
    Service
  • The staff is nice but is Chinese and doesn't speak a lot of English so be prepared for that if you don't speak Chinese.
    Service
  • The staff is nice but is Chinese and doesn't speak a lot of English so be prepared for that if you don't speak Chinese.
    Service
  • The staff is nice but is Chinese and doesn't speak a lot of English so be prepared for that if you don't speak Chinese.
    Service

Reviews

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My wife and I are Australian (she is of Asian background) and we have eaten Din Tai Fung in several countries (including for breakfast in Malaysia!) and we always love it. Maybe people don't all consider it the best dumplings on earth, but we are never disappointed.On this occasion in Paragon we had been to India for 2 weeks prior and unfortunately on my last day there I got a tummy upset so hadn't eaten much for 48hrs by the time we got here and even though I didn't feel great I was actually starving and wanting something I was used to eating, that I knew what to expect and felt I could handle even feeling not 100% so we had steamed dumplings! You wouldn't think I was dinki di Aussie would you. My wife has trained me up well!They were delicious and really hit the spot. I didn't eat as much as I would usually, but I think Din Tai Fung actually helped me feel better! Just what the doctor ordered!Will be back in Singapore in about a month and know where I'll be having at least one meal!

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We reach at there in early evening.waiting time for the queue is 10 min. i came with my family.. The staff get us private room.. not to mention.. the staff service is good. we have order their famous Steamed Pork Dumplings. is a must to try!Fried Rice with Shrimps & Egg is great. the shrimps is big and fresh..overall i enjoy the dinner at there. when i leaving around at 8pm++. lots of customer is waiting for the table.. queue time is 25 min or more..Try to reach there before 6pm if you dont mind catching the queue with others.

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Taking here by a friend. Really was the best Dim Sum. Dumplings to die for, noodles were perfect and full of flavour. All brought to the table, hot and perfect. Highly recommended. Loved the little trolley they brought to put our shopping bags in and then covered it with a cloth.

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I accidently stumbled on this restaurant when in Singapore shopping. Having had dumplings in Shanghai I have never really found any that I truly enjoyed until now. The complimentary tea was very nice and the food amazing. This franchise is expanding and I hope they end up everywhere!

Yay! I love Din Tai Fung! I come here to get my share of pork xia long bao's and probably pork xia long bao's only. (or mainly.) We get three stacks to share between the two and order few extra side dishes we feel like eating that day. (though is it wrong to say that I actually like New York's Joe Shanghai Xia long bao's a bit more? it's a bit thicker and more soup-y than the ones here) It's a perfect place to pig out after a visit to the Marina bay casinos (for expats). Wait seems to depend on when you go. At our last visit on a weekend, the line was out the door.

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