This afternoon I had a lip smacking lunch at one of the ten best restaurants in the world according to the New York Times
The restaurant in the food court of Paragon Mall at Singapore’s tony Orchard Road opens at 11 am and even though we reached at 1.30 there was a line of people waiting before us.
However, we were given a number which was assigned as per the number of people per table. We were assigned a number in the middle 3000 but waited only 20 minutes.
The place had a very busy vibe with a quick turnover of guests tucking in oodles of noodles and the yummiest of Dimsum. We ordered steamed pork dumplings , duck in crispy rolls , prawn pancake and chicken broth soup. The dumplings were filled with soup which meant that you had to pop them in your mouth carefully and then be careful not to burn your mouth as you swallow the soup.
The crispy duck roll was crunchy with a succulent slice of roast duck inside. The chicken broth was plain boiled chicken and needed a sufficient amount of soya sauce and vinegar to make it more tasty for my palate.
As for the prawn pancake – they were really to die for.
The customer really comes first here with a wide selection for vegetarians
There was also a little foldable carrier for guests to keep their expensive bags and belongings safely.
There are three Din Tai Fungs all over Singapore so chose your location and dig in!