Din Tai Fung 鼎泰豐

Top 100 Restaurants in Malaysia
Top 50 Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur
Cuisines Shanghai
Business Hour open daily from 10am to 10pm

Din Tai Fung is a popular, award-winning chain restaurant, originating from Taiwan.

DTF’s dishes continue to meet expectations, though not all dishes reviewed are enjoyable. But at least 80% made the cut.

renaelyng posted thegardennom.wordpress.com 76 Reviews

Din Tai Fung

Cuisines Shanghai
Business Hour opened at 11am

People making the xiu long baos in the open kitchen look rather local and "amateur", after all this is a dish originating from Shanghai, so maybe a more foreign face could do the trick. Dishes are still unavailable but its pretty much a good alternative to Dragon I as they offer some different dishes and since both of them are in Mid Valley. Din Tai Fung serves “Siau Long Pau”, little dumplings filled with either pork, crab meat, shrimp or mushrooms and alittle brooth. The place was not to bad, food came quickly, taste was good, a little pricy, but worth it.

We are really surprise by the creativity to convert sautéed Xiao Long Bao into dessert, Xiao Lon Bao fill with Red Bean and Chocolate that has really nice combine flavor. Sweetness from Red Bean and bitter taste from Chocolate really make a good combination.

enqvist posted www.tasteiest.com 222 Reviews


Top 500 Restaurants in Penang
Cuisines Shanghai
Business Hour Mon - Fri: 11.00am till 10.00pm Sat, Sun & Public Holidays: 10.30am till 10.00pm

Most of the servings are decorated with water chestnut leaves and small size tomatoes. Besides that, the staff were very attentive and we did not have to wait long for the food.

In Dragon-i’s Treasure Pot, the 18 ‘treasures’ include Chilean abalone, Japanese dried scallops, Japanese dried oysters, Premium Sea cucumber, prawns, roast chicken, braised pork belly, Golden money bags, fish maw, goose web, pork balls, mushrooms, black moss, dried beancurd skin, deep fried beancurd skin and bamboo pith. These ingredients are cooked in their special Pork Bone Broth.

lingzie posted www.lingzie.com 195 Reviews

New ShangHai

Cuisines Shanghai
Business Hour Mon - Sun: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm

That's all we ordered for the day and total bill came up to less than RM40.00. Again, quite pricey, but worth it.

Duckie posted duckies-food-blog.blogspot.com 304 Reviews

Xia Mian Guan 夏麵館

Cuisines Chinese Shanghai

Overall Rating: 3/10. the noodle soup is too salty..

toby posted


Cuisines Shanghai

If you notice, the dishes here are a little more expensive than the usual franchise restaurant, but the food is truly fabulous. It's by far one of the best Chinese cuisine I truly recommend.

kvinlim posted 1simpleplan.blogspot.com 99 Reviews

Restaurant Chef Loong (龙师傅)

Business Hour 11am - 3pm and 6pm - 11pm (Monday Off)

A Chinese restaurant which serves Shanghai Dimsum. We called it "Loong Si Fu".

I am talking about eating out at restaurant and not economy rice of course. So why not eat something worth your money and also good at the same time. Other than the above, they have ten over sets for you to choose from.

stevenycs posted craving4food.blogspot.com 281 Reviews


Cuisines Chinese Shanghai

A Chinese restaurant serving a wide range of Shanghai cuisines like Dim Sums, “La Miens”, steam rice, shanghai dishes, snacks & etc The environment is well designed, try to give you real China (or probably Shanghai) feels...

I did walk away satisfied with my lunch and will definitely be going back again.

stevenycs posted craving4food.blogspot.com 281 Reviews

Giant Kelana Jaya Food Court

Cuisines Chinese Shanghai

"Shanghai" food in claypot.

QR Noodle House (上海面)

Cuisines Chinese Shanghai

Mon - Wed: 10:30 am - 10:00 pm Fri: 10:30 am - 10:00 pm Sat - Sun: 10:00 am - 9:30 pm


Been here twice, it's not bad with some specialty like fried rice noodle (interesting, spicy, but too oily). Not crowded most of the time. Prices: * Noodle: RM 7.50 * Fried Rice Noodle: RM 8.90 * Soya Bean: RM 2.50

d_luaz posted

Shanghai Ding House of Dumpling

Cuisines Shanghai

The food were so-so only. Well, everything has their first time. Pay to taste and that's it.

Reanaclaire posted www.reanaclaire.com 133 Reviews