Din Tai Fung, Central Park

DSC_0755There’s actually a funny story behind this blog post. I was walking at Central Park with a friend, deciding what we should have for lunch, a lady passes by and hands us the last flyer for something. “It says Free Dumplings” “DIN TAI FUNG? WE HAVE TO GO, THIS IS BASICALLY FATE.”

DSC_0758DSC_0760“Um oka-”  my friend tries to say before I practically dragged her up and away to Din Tai Fung. If it wasn’t obvious enough, I’m pretty much Din Tai Fung’s biggest fan, a self-claimed Din Tai Fung Queen to be precise..

DSC_0764DSC_0770Xiao Long Bao – Pork Dumpling

As soon as you bit into the skin of the dumpling, the soup would oooze out onto your spoon. I really wish I was eating this right now, not writing about it.

DSC_0762Prawn Fried Rice ($14.80)

A simple but well executed dish. Prawns were firm and tasty with generous chunks of egg scattered throughout.

DSC_0774Golden Taro Bread ($6.80)

A crunchy exterior encasing a smooth taro paste was some good stuff! A lovely ending to a good quick meal.

DSC_0776 DSC_0777I will be back to sample the rest of the dumplings with a larger group of people!

Din Tai Fung

Central Park Sydney
Level 2, 28 Broadway,
Chippendale, NSW 2008

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Contributed by Katrina


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