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Din Tai Fung
Taiwanese Restaurant$$
Today 11AM–3PM, 5–9:30PM
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1088 S Baldwin Ave Arcadia, CA 91007
1088 South Baldwin AvenueUSCaliforniaArcadia91007
$$Taiwanese Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Taiwanese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Dim Sum Restaurant
Today 11AM–3PM, 5–9:30PM
Thursday 11AM–3PM, 5–9:30PMFriday 11AM–3PM, 5–9:30PMSaturday 10:30AM–9:30PMSunday 10:30AM–9PMMonday 11AM–3PM, 5–9:30PMTuesday 11AM–3PM, 5–9:30PMWednesday 11AM–3PM, 5–9:30PM
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Sleek outpost of a renowned restaurant chain specializing in Taiwanese cuisine.- Google
"You have to get the juicy pork dumplings and the Shanghai noodles."
"Steamed beef noodle soup."
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alice chung
a month ago
Although Din Tai Fung is know for their soup pork dumplings, I would have to say that as a Chinese-American who was brought up on authentic Chinese cuisine and culture, this isn't the place to order "the best" soup pork dumplings. Go elsewhere where the soup and pork filling are actually flavorful. But of course, I'm not saying don't dine at Din Tai Fung. Otherwise, why would I give them 4 stars? Other items on their menu are superb and, in my opinion, outshines the soup pork dumplings. A few to consider: noodle with sesame sauce (amazing), any fried rice selection, any vegetable dish, spicy wontons, beef noodle soup and the dessert buns like black sesame. I eat at Din Tai Fung for everything else outside of the soup pork dumplings. You should, too!
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Nick Paez
a week ago
Great place for dumplings. Soo many choices. All of the different dumplings and other items had great flavor. Great service and nice atmosphere. There are 2 restaurants next to each other... the one right next to the bank that shares the parking lot with it had a better atmosphere.
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Re becca
3 weeks ago
DTF is now charging for tea! $3 a pot to be exact because they claim the "tea" they use is Olong Tea, a more expensive tea...Sureeee! I think they are just sick of having to keep doing free refills. Regardless having the free Tea was just an EXTRA plus from dinning here! I love their fresh spicy cucumber. Their vegetable dumpling is perfectly paired with the ginger, soy sauce and vinegar. I have to also add a side of vegetable to fill me up and a side a any vegetable usually makes me very happy.. I just wished it wasn't so overly oily !!
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Eugene C
a month ago
Get your classic dishes like xiao long bao (soup dumplings), rice dishes, beef noodle soup prepared in a clean simple refined style. Flavor is consistent and lighter than other Chinese places and this is their style. If you want more flavor, other places offer more fat and msg. Not bad but bold is not the ethos here. Simple, clean, and light.
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Justin Gomilla
a month ago
Oh my God. This place is amazing. We only had to wait about half-an-hour, which is not that bad. After we got seated the waitress was extremely helpful and informative out of this planet service. The food and soup dumplings are on point and quality is this place middle name. Definitely better than the Costa Mesa location.
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Gavin Davis
a week ago
A very accessible way to eat dumplings if you can tolerate long waits. We have been a half dozen times and even early in the evening the wait is about 30 minutes. This past time we deviated from our standard xaio long bao and ordered veggie potstickers that were spectacular. As always we finished our meal with taro dumplings that are one of the best desserts I have ever had.
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Amy Kono
4 months ago
There are so many reviews for this place, what else could I possibly add? Well, my personal reasons for liking this place include the delicious food and the decidedly non-Chinese service. For those unfamiliar, the majority of Chinese restaurants see the concept of "customer service" as completely optional. At Din Tai Fung, the service is astoundingly good. There are those who might call me racist against my own people, but it's very common at Chinese restaurants to see a waiter quickly turn his head if someone in his line of sight happens to raise their hand in an effort to catch his attention. Good luck with refills. But at Din Tai Fung, I get as much Diet Coke as I can stomach.
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Yen-Lun Tseng
3 weeks ago
This place is always packed. Tips: 1. Get there as early as possible, probably before 10 A.M. to get in line. 2. Arrive with everyone present. Otherwise, you will not be seated. 3. Order Xiao long bao! (Everything else is good too!)


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