Din Tai Fung – Macau

Introduction
Star Alliance Business Class Lounge LAX
Eva Airlines Royal Laurel Business Class LAX-TPE
Eva Airlines Infinity Lounge – Taipei
Eva Airlines Royal Laurel Business Class TPE-SIN
Grand Hyatt Singapore
Ayam Penyet Ria Restaurant
Newton Hawker Center
People’s Park Hawker Center
Paradise Dynasty
Por Kee Eating House
Tambuah Mas Restaurant
Rainforest Airport Lounge
Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur
Petronas Towers
Jalan Alor
Cathay Pacific Business Class KUL-HKG
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
Victoria Peak
Tim Ho Wan
Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui
The Big Buddha
Ferry – Kowloon to Macau
Grand Hyatt Macau
Din Tai Fung – Macau
Old Town Macau
Restaurante Litoral
A Lorche Restaurant
Ferry – Macau to Kowloon
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
The Bridge Cathay Pacific Lounge – Hong Kong
Cathay Pacific Business Class HKG-BKK
Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok
Ban Khun Mae
Thai Royal Orchid Lounge – Bangkok
Asiana Airlines Business Class BKK-ICN
Gwang Yang Korean BBQ Restaurant – Seoul
Asiana Business Class Lounge – Seoul
Asiana Airlines Business Class ICN-LAX

Din Tai Fung, the infamous dumpling house originating in Taiwan, and known for their Xaio Long Bao, or soup dumplings, has an outlet in the City of Dreams center.

I was feeling kind of under the weather so I really wanted some soup.

Wonton Soup
Wonton Soup

The Shrimp and Pork Wonton soup has a rich, chicken broth and plenty of plump and juicy dumplings. Although very good and satisfying, it doesn’t hold a candle to the wonton soup at New King Restaurant.

Braised Beef Soup
Braised Beef Soup

The Braised Beef soup, has a rich, fatty soup base that envelopes your mouth like a warm kiss. Unfortunately, it really has no taste since it was sorely under seasoned. The key to the richness of the soup is the big, chunks of fatty beef which releases all of its collagen as it braises. The meat to fat ratio of the beef was not to my liking however.

Fried Pork Chop
Fried Pork Chop

The Fried Pork Chop is pounded out to into a thin cutlet. It is then breaded and fried. The pork was well seasoned, but a little on the greasy side.

Shrimp and Pork Shao Mai
Shrimp and Pork Shao Mai

The Shrimp and Pork Shao Mai is beautifully presented, and look like little shrimp soldiers getting ready for battle. The skin is nice and chewy, and there is plenty of filling.

Long Beans
Long Beans

The Long Beans with Ground Pork is a good dish. The beans are pliant yet still have some texture to them. The pork adds some nice flavor, while the garlic adds a nice little kick at the end.

This was a good, but not great meal. I am probably in the minority, but I don’t see what the fuss is all about over Din Tai Fung. In Los Angeles, the wait times are horrendous, and the prices are very high.

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