Ding Tai Fung here has a long queue during lunch and dinner times. It seems like the food there is really good, plus all the things that you've heard about Ding Tai Fung, you'd be tempted to go and try the food. Likewise, I was tempted too.
I've been to Ding Tai Fung quite a few times already. I feel that this place is more of a place to go during tea time than for a proper meal, although they do have things like fried rice or noodles. But I would strongly recommend their buns instead, such as the sesame paste and red bean buns. I've not tried their crystal bun, but from what I see, the crystal bun there seems to be better than other place's as it is not too thick but yet it is able to contain the fillings in it well. Of course I won't talk about how it tastes, but from what I see, it is important that crystal buns should have a strong layer of skin so that it does not break easily.
I feel that their Fried Rice is nothing special. In addition, it is really oily (along with quite a few other dishes like their vegetables). Having fried rice anywhere else could be the same..
Apart from the buns, I don't think there's anything special about the place.
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