XIAO LONG BAO

Enjoy Unlimited Xiao Long Bao For P598 This October!

The buffet will be available for the whole month!
Is xiao long bao your favorite dim sum? Well, then do we have some good news for you! Lugang Cafe will be having a second round of their famous Feast All You Can: Round 2 for the whole month of October 2019, from ...

Din Tai Fung Just Launched a New Dessert Xiao Long Bao

One new reason to visit!
Aside from offering their signature Pork Xiaolongbao, Din Tai Fung has always been open to experimenting with other flavors for their soup dumplings. They first started offering unique flavors like Uni and Pork Xialongbao and Pork and Kimchi Xiaolongbao at their Xiao ...

Good News, Dim Sum Fans: You Can Now Get Din Tai Fung Delivered

Good news for your XLB cravings!
You never know when a specific craving could hit—sometimes, you find yourself with an intense hankering for xiao long bao and no way to get out of the house or office. Lucky for you, The Moment Group just added Din Tai Fung ...

Here's How You Can Score One-Peso Xiao Long Bao at Din Tai Fung

Mark your calendars!
It's that time of the year again! Din Tai Fung is bringing back Xiao Long Bao Day and this time, they're placing the spotlight on another favorite, the Pork Xiao Long Bao, which you can get for only P1 each November 22, Thursday.All you have to do ...

These Are the Best Things You Can Eat in Taiwan

Let us guide you to the best places for the ultimate food-filled trip.
Eliza Antonino, founding and managing partner of The Moment Group, which runs Din Tai Fung, 8 Cuts, and more, shares everything you need to try in Taiwan’s capital.What makes Taipei an awesome food destination?From quick bites at street-side stalls to hours-long dinners ...

Flavored Xiao Long Bao Should Be on Your Must-Try List

They have crab roe and black truffle-flavored xiao long bao!
To the uninitiated, these soup dumplings oftentimes referred to as XLB, require a bit of effort to eat (the dumplings are usually dipped in a soy sauce-and-vinegar dipping sauce and placed on a spoon. You poke a hole to release the broth, ...
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