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“Its all about Dim Sums & Dumplings!!”

Din Tai Fung (The Gardens)
Ranked #191 of 4,387 Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $5 - $10
Cuisines: Chinese
Dining options: Breakfast, Reservations
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Dining options: Breakfast, Reservations
Reviewed January 11, 2014

I really like the flavours and spices of the dishes here. Love the dim sums & dumplings!! They have options in veg/chicken/pork/seafood/beef. A healthy meal. Its generally very full and has huge queue over the weekend so if you can then go on a weekday. Been here a few times and will definitely go back again & again. Service is accurate, quick and friendly. Totally worth the money!!

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Reviewed January 10, 2014

They have the best Xiao Long Bao I had eaten. You have to queue but it's worth. We enjoy our dim sum and dumplings very much. The restaurant is crowded but they did good job when the staff serve quickly.

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Reviewed January 6, 2014 via mobile

This restaurant is grossly overrated. The flavours do not stand out.We had the truffle xiao long bao without any trace of truffle. The dumpling skin thickness is just above average. Our 2 orders of noodles were served ahead of the dim sum appetisers. There's nothing awesome with the soup.We had 8 orders for dim sum and were not impressed with any.We noticed that the peak time.lunch hour crowd is much smaller than before and this is a sign that patrons are drifting away.The outlets in Singapore and Hong Kong serve much better food.

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Reviewed December 29, 2013

Once you have a table (most days you do have to queue in front of the restaurant), the service is quite quick due to the standardized menu and quasi-industrial production of the patrons favourites. Consistent quality of dim sum, and do not skip the starters. Some vegan and vegetarian options available, especially in the starters menu. Otherwise simply ask for some standards to be prepared without meat/fish/egg.

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Reviewed December 4, 2013 via mobile

After having them in Taiwan and constantly talking about the dumplings, we decided to dine here one night as my husband absolutely loves soup dumplings also called xiao loong pao. They were really delicious! We had quite a few orders of them! Definitely a must try if you're visiting KL. Service is brisk and orders are DIY with a form and a pencil :-) And yes you can order more if you have not had enough! Noodles are delicious as well but it's all about the dumplings here. Don't be turned off by the location Ina shopping mall. It's a fantastic mall with awesome restaurants. Most travelers may not know that the malls in KL are home to awesome eateries.

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