Din Tai Fung Relaunches Its Popular Steamed Chilli Crab With Pork Xiao Long Bao And Other Locally Created Signatures This National Day!

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Din Tai Fung gears up for the National Day celebration with the return of its Steamed Chilli Crab & Pork Xiao Long Bao and many other locally R&D-ed dishes.

This National Day, savour the best of both worlds with an exciting fusion of Singaporean flavours and many other Din Tai Fung's locally created signatures!

Steamed Chilli Crab & Pork Xiao Long Bao

Promotion Period: 1 Jul to 31 Aug 2022
Pricing: S$9.50 for 4pcs (available island-wide, while servings last)

Inspired by one of our national dishes, Din Tai Fung’s highly raved and anticipated Steamed Chilli Crab & Pork Xiao Long Bao is back again this season for a limited time only. 40% larger than a regular Xiao Long Bao, sink your teeth into a succulent delight of fresh and sweet crab meat with juicy pork filling swathed in a spicy crab-based broth. Skilfully wrapped in a delicate skin, each dumpling is pleated with a minimum of 18 exquisite folds at the top and steamed.

To savour the boldness of spice whilst complementing the sweetness of crab meat, it is recommended by Din Tai Fung chefs for this dish to be savoured as it is, without additional condiments.

[Promotion] UOB Cardmembers Exclusive

For dine-in purchases between 1 July to 31 August 2022, UOB Cardmembers stand to enjoy 10% off this long-awaited crowd favourite.

Other Locally R&D-ed Din Tai Fung Dishes

Experience the full spectrum of local flavours in your National Day feast with other mouth-watering menu offerings available in Din Tai Fung’s extensive list of locally R&D-ed dishes. Here are the top few favourites guaranteed to tantalise even the most discerning of palates:

Green Chillies Stuffed with Marinated Minced Meat

Inspired by yet another local favourite, yong tau foo, Din Tai Fung’s Green Chillies Stuffed with Marinated Minced Meat ($9.80) is another testament to the brand’s commitment to culinary excellence. Minced meat filling in a fragrant blend of spices is piped into pre-selected green chillies to ensure consistency in every serving. Enjoy a fusion of sweet, sour and spicy all packed in a single chilli stalk!

Sliced Duck in Crispy Spring Onion Pastry

The popular Sliced Duck in Crispy Spring Onion Pastry ($9.00) is one for your indulgence. Featuring slivers of smoked duck wrapped with spring onions in a crispy spring roll skin, this delightful appetiser is full of fresh, robust flavour.

Crispy Golden Prawn Pancake

Another appetiser that all seafood lovers will not want to miss is the Crispy Golden Prawn Pancake ($11.30). Made with juicy premium prawns wrapped in a delicate layer of deep-fried beancurd skin, this original creation by the Singapore R&D team has also made waves in Din Tai Fung Thailand and the United Kingdom. Definitely a scrumptious dish that will leave one coming back for more!

Red Dates Stuffed with Glutinous Rice

Red Dates Stuffed with Glutinous Rice ($6.80), a naturally sweet delicacy that functions superbly well as both appetiser and dessert. Bite into caramelised and plump red dates that are filled with a generous filling of sticky, chewy glutinous rice.

Steamed Red Bean Dumplings with Chocolate Lava Xiao Long Bao

Photo Credits: Din Tai Fung

An eclectic mix of Western and Eastern culinary styles, the Steamed Red Bean Dumplings with Chocolate Lava Xiao Long Bao (10pcs, $12.80) is a unique spin on Din Tai Fung’s signature Xiao Long Baos. Consisting of an oozing chocolate centre surrounded with a finely mashed red bean layer, this makes the perfect dessert to round off a satisfying feast!

All local creations are available at all Din Tai Fung restaurants, subject to dish availability. Prices stated are before GST and service charge unless otherwise stated, and may vary across restaurants.


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Leona Quek
Blessed with 3 handsome and loving boys in her life. Two of them call her Mommy, the other calls her Wifey. Every night, she wishes for an early bedtime, but misses her babies as soon as they sleep.

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