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Din Tai Fung
Chinese Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 AM – 9:30 PM
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1088 S Baldwin Ave Arcadia, CA 91007
1088 South Baldwin AvenueUSCaliforniaArcadia91007
$$Chinese Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Chinese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Dim Sum Restaurant
Today 11:00 AM – 9:30 PM
Thursday 11:00 AM – 9:30 PMFriday 11:00 AM – 9:30 PMSaturday 10:00 AM – 9:30 PMSunday 10:00 AM – 9:00 PMMonday 11:00 AM – 9:30 PMTuesday 11:00 AM – 9:30 PMWednesday 11:00 AM – 9:30 PM
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Sleek outpost of a renowned restaurant chain specializing in Taiwanese cuisine.- Google
"I like the pork soup dumpling and the shrimp and pork dumpling."
"What people say is totally true: din tai fung in taiwan is insanely tasty."
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Joel Jervis
a month ago
Grew up in Arcadia and so it'll ALWAYS be close to my heart. Good people. Great community. Excellent schools. I was in in the Arc during it's demographic transition from mostly caucasian to now asian community, which was a memorable time to witness. Back then this restaurant didn't exist. So when I worked for a company based in Orange County many years ago and my boss at the time took me to Din Tai Fung. I was completely surprised. The dumplings are EXCELLENT. That's what you go there for... They are soft, yet slightly firm with soupy juice coming out of it. It's an extremely crowded restaurant so expect at least a 15 minute wait if you arrive at normal lunch or dinner hours. Din Thai Fung is the place I will drive to when I'm in the mood for dumplings regardless of the 1 hour plus commute from San Clemente. Great food and great company make time appear extremely short!
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Renee Arias
a week ago
Juicy pork dumplings are so good. I have tried so many times to get the soup dumplings (only available on weekends), but have never been successful. Someday. Someday...
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francesca sadikin
a week ago
This place is very popular and has long waits (45 min to an hour or more), but their soup dumplings specialties are very worth it! I've had these at their home store in Taiwan, and it tastes exactly the same! So very authentic dumplings ! To help ease the wait time, I would go grocery shopping or check out the bakeries in the adjacent mall.
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Richard L
7 months ago
This is probably the best dumpling house in U.S. Also the most expensive as well. You can easily spend $20 a person here, this is pretty high for a dumpling. What you paying here is the for quality and service. Not every here is the best, but quality is pretty constant and good. Another thing I forgot to mention is the long wait, there's always a line here... I suggest you go hit up the JJ bakery nearby while waiting at the line.
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Alice Wang
a month ago
This is the Arcadia #2 Din Tai Fung, a slightly more dressed up version of Arcadia #1 Din Tai Fung. If you're looking to impress or need a more formal setting, choose this location over Arcadia #1. Known for their xiaolongbao (XLB) or soup dumplings, Din Tai Fung has garnered a cult following. Our group of five came early to the restaurant, and we were one of the first people in when they opened at 5:30. All the servers speak both English and Chinese and everyone is friendly and helpful. Din Tai Fung is known for their tasty food and excellent service, which from my experience here is true. We ordered: +Wood ear mushrooms in a vinegar dressing +Sautéed spinach with bean curd and wine +Fried pork chop +Shanghai rice cakes with pork +Beef noodle soup +Pork XLB +Truffle and pork XLB +Pork and crab XLB The beef noodle soup is very good. The noodles are hand cut and the broth is very aromatic. Wood ear mushrooms, spinach, pork chop, and rice cakes are all good too. My favorite XLB is the pork one. For value and taste, it's the best hands down. The truffle and pork XLB is very good too, but it's $21.50 for 5 of them so they are the priciest of the XLB. I could have done without the pork and crab, honestly. For dessert, we ordered red bean and sweet taro XLB. I had no idea that they made XLB with these dessert pastes so that was pretty cool. Red bean beats taro in my book any day.
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Ananya Gupta
2 weeks ago
Very good Taiwanese food even if you're vegetarian and exploratory, you'll find new flavors here. The vegetable wantons are excellent.
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Daniel Chen
3 weeks ago
Great restaurant, but sometimes the wait can be up to 45+ minutes. Their XLBs are pretty good but very expensive.


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