Wednesday, July 23, 2014

New Look

Din Tai Fung at the Gardens Mall has reopened for business after renovation. They moved the open kitchen to the other end like the above photo. It used to look like this. We ordered the dishes below to share because I was still full at that time.

Despite how it looks in this photo, this bowl of beef la mian (noodle) is very tasty. The chunky beef pieces are very tender with tendon in the beef. There are two pieces of beef tendons - MYR18

Stir Fried Nai Pak - MYR15

We also ordered a cup of hot tea (MYR2.50) and as the hot tea is refillable, I don't feel nice not ordering any drinks so I ordered a cup of iced tea (MYR2.50) when normally I won't order any drinks.

Service Charge: 10%
Govt. Tax: 6%
Total Bill: MYR44.10 (2 pax)

28 comments:

  1. Thr beef noodle looks spicy from the red gravy in the picture. Lol.

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    1. Not spicy at all. The red colour did not come from any chilli.

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  2. That beef lai mein looks absolutely mouth watering.. I'm boiling beef bone soup tonite too.. For tomoro consumption.. Yummzz

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    1. Yum yum to your beef bone soup.

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  3. I just passed by this place few days ago when I went The Gardens!

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    1. You were in kl a few days ago? Where did you eat at?

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  4. Never been. Things sure are expensive there.

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    1. The price here is similar to restaurants like han room, canton-i and etc so I think it is ok to eat here.

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  5. I love beef noodles! And yah, I would have ordered a vege too. Must have my veggies!

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    1. Vege is good to balance the meal.

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  6. I hardly order drinks also, unless is with my sis..so we can have a share!! =]

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    1. Sharing is good but not for refillable drinks.

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  7. Ding Tai Fung.. hmmm, i think i have been to this outlet a couple of times, and i think i ordered the pork chop noodles, haha!! this beef noodles looks so hot and spicy!! is it red from the chili or brown from the beef?? haha~~

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    1. It is not spicy at all. The red is not from chili but from some other chinese herbs I guess.

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  8. "...I don't feel nice not ordering any drinks so I ordered a cup of iced tea when normally I won't order any drinks..."

    errrr, what made you not feeling nice not to order any drinks there i wonder??

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    1. If I don't order any drink they may think I am taking advantage of my spouse's refillable drink.

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  9. Oh I like this place too. So far my fav is the pork chop fried rice. Eh why must order drinks? I normally don't either hehe... steal a bit from hubby's.

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    1. Not refillable drinke can be shared but refillable drink if shared means you are taking advantage of the system.

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    2. But I only drink little bit... hahaha. I figure chinese tea or soft drinks don't cost much anyway!

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    3. It is just a matter of principle not a matter of price. :)

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  10. The beef noodles look spicy but is it? Been there once only, that was few years ago.. 2 or 3 years.. I can remember being served a few small sidedishes.. not sure what I ate already.. hahaha..

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  11. the nai pak pricey leh.

    new look much comfortable ya?

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    1. I prefer the old look. I think restaurants like this usually have this kind of price for the vege.

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  12. I love this restaurant very much. I know it is quite costly but I don't mind paying for delicious food & good services. I have this habit of ordering iced water instead and that easily saves me more than RM10-20 for 2 persons.

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    1. I don't know whether they charge for iced water or not.

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  13. Can't agree more that this place serves good food ^^

    http://tenshichn.blogspot.com/2014/07/076-arissto-premium-coffee-machine.html

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