Dylan enjoying his biscuit ... trying to act smart to eat the biscuit with the spoon ...
Daddy, see Dylan mouth with whole biscuit in it ... *fainted*
Here comes my favourite dish ... Shrimp Fried Rice ... looks very simple dish but I can guarantee u this is one of the best fried rice I enjoyed so far with the amount of fresh shrimps they cooked with it.
If you don't like rice, you can order their noodles ... very delicious too!
This is one of their signature and famous dish too, stir fried baby french beans with minced pork ... a must order dish and nice to go with rice and noodles too.
Note: Picture taken with iPhone 4s
The Story of Din Tai Fung:-In 1970, Bingyi Yang, the founder of Din Tai Fung started his business selling cooking oil in a small shop. The name Din Tai Fung was a combination of two other shop names. One was Din Mei Oils where Yang bought his oil from. The other was Heng Tai Fung, a shop where Yang began working in when he first arrived from China. Business was good until canned salad oil was introduced to the public, and shops like Din Tai Fung became obsolete.
Yang converted his business into a restaurant selling dumplings and noodles in 1980 and toiled through the years to refine the secret recipe of Din Tai Fung’s Xiao Long Bao. The end result is a delicious soup-filled dumpling with at least 18 delicate folds. Today, the original outlet still stands on Xinyi Road in Taipei and there are more than 40 Din Tai Fung outlets in 10 countries.
Din Tai Fung has been voted Top 10 Restaurants in the World by The New York Times and has garnered 1 Michelin Star.
Address:- Empire Shopping Gallery, Subang Jaya, G15, Ground Floor .