FeaturesGreat design, Foodie magnet, Formal
The chief attraction at this venerable Taiwanese chain is the xiaolongbao—small, delicately-wrapped dumplings filled with hot soup. The restaurant is a bit on the pricey side, but well worth it. Din Tai Fung is known for its cleanliness, prompt service, and food quality. Be sure to try the subtly fragrant crab meat xiaolongbao. Din Tai Fung also boasts an open kitchen, allowing curious onlookers to observe the delicate art of dumpling-making.