Alamat Din Tai Fung Restaurant Jakarta, Indonesia

1. Din Tai Fung Restaurant – Plaza Senayan Arcadia

Ground Floor Unit X 101-103

Jl. New Delhi No.9 Jakarta 10270

Tel  : +62 21 – 5790 1288 / +62 21 – 5790 1278

Fax : +62 21 – 5790 1279

2. Din Tai Fung RestaurantPondok Indah Mall 2

Third Floor Unit 352 ( North Skywalk)

Jl. Metro Pondok Indah, Jakarta Selatan 12310

Tel : +62 21 – 7592 0986 / +62 21 – 7592 0985

Fax : +62 21 – 7592 0984

3. Din Tai Fung Restaurant – Plaza Senayan ( Noodle Bar)

Third Floor Unit 318 C

Jl. Asia Africa No. 8, Gelora Bung Karno, Jakarta 10270

Tel : +62 21 – 5790 0163

Fax : +62 21 – 5790 0162

4. Din Tai Fung RestaurantPacific Place Mall

Fifth Floor Unit 52, Sudirman Central Business District

Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav 52-53, Jakarta 12910

Tel : +62 21 – 5797 3151 / +62 21 – 5797 3152

Fax : +62 21 – 5797 3153

5. Din Tai Fung RestaurantPlaza Indonesia

Third Floor Unit 30 – 32

Jl. MH. Thamrin Kav 28-30, Jakarta 10350

Tel : +62 21 – 2992 3583 / +62 21 – 2992 3582

Fax : +62 21 – 2992 3584

6. Din Tai Fung RestaurantMall of Indonesia (Opening Soon)

Ground Floor Unit C1 – 23, Kelapa Gading Square

Jl. Boulevard Barat Raya, Jakarta 14240

Tel : +62 21 – 4586 8000 / +62 21 – 4586 8000

Fax : +62 21 – 5790 1279


Din Tai Fung Restaurant Indonesia : Catering Service

Din Tai Fung Restaurant caters events of all sizes and occasions, whether you’re hosting a birthday party, having a wedding, planning a meeting, or holding any other kind of special event, leave the catering to Din Tai Fung Restaurant Restaurant. We offer complete on-premises and off-site catering of food and drink at the location of your choice.

We offer a large selection of delicious party platters for you to pick up, or we can deliver them to your home or office. We also offer customized menus and buffets served at your choice of location. We offer beautiful on-site event rooms, the VIP Room. There is no room charge for events that we cater in our special event rooms.

Enjoy professional catering services or delicious Chinese cuisine from Din Tai Fung Restaurant Restaurant. Avoid all the hassle and enjoy your event, just call catering by Din Tai Fung Restaurant Restaurant at +62 21 82577799 or email us at

Restoran Chinese Jakarta – Menu Xiao Long Bao

Xiao Long Bao is a type of steamed bun or baozi from eastern China, including Shanghai and Wuxi. It is traditionally steamed in small bamboo baskets, hence the name (xiaolong is literally “small steaming basket”). Xiao Long Bao are often referred to as soup dumplings in English, but not all Xiao Long Bao are necessarily “soup dumplings.”

Xiao Long Bao are also sometimes known as xiaolong mantou. Mantou describes both filled and unfilled buns in southern China, but only describes unfilled buns in northern China.


Chinese buns in general may be divided into two types, depending on the degree of leavening of the flour skin.Steamed buns made with raised flour are seen throughout China, and are what is usually referred to as baozi. Steamed buns made with unraised flour are more commonly seen in the south. Most Xiao Long Bao belong to the latter category. This means that their skin is smooth and somewhat translucent, rather than being white and fluffy. But in Beijing and in Northern China, Xiao Long Bao are often made with leavened dough. These are sometimes referred to as Hangzhou-style.

The similarities between the appearance of Xiao Long Bao and jiaozi (“dumpling“) has meant that the Xiao Long Bao is sometimes classified as a dumpling outside of China. It is, however, distinct from both steamed and boiled jiaozi in texture and method of production, and is never regarded as a jiaozi or dumpling inside China. As is traditional for buns of various sizes in the Jiangnan region, Xiao Long Bao are pinched at the top prior to steaming, so the skin has a circular cascade of ripples around the crown, whereas jiaozi are usually made from a round piece of dough folded in half, and pinched along the semicircle.

Xiao Long Bao are traditionally filled with pork, but variations include other meats, seafood and vegetarian fillings, as well as other possibilities. One popular and commonly seen variant is pork with minced crab meat and roe. The characteristic soup-filled kind are created by wrapping solid meat gelatin inside the skin alongside the meat filling. Heat from steaming then melts the gelatin into soup. In modern times, refrigeration has made the process of making Xiao Long Bao during hot weather easier, as one can use chilled gelatin which might otherwise be liquid at room temperature.

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