Din Tai Fung, Sentosa, Singapore

Din Tai Fung is a restaurant chain in Asia that has it’s roots in Taiwan. I’d tried one of their Singapore restaurants previously so when I was looking for somewhere for lunch on Sentosa Island I knew I’d get a decent feed.

Their restaurant on Sentosa, near the Sentosa Express Waterfront station, is very large. I guess it can become very busy on weekends. Even on a weekday it was already half full by midday and it just keep on filling up for the 45 minutes I was there.

I was only looking for a small lunch to allow me to try other places in Singapore later on in the day.

I’m a bit of a sucker for Duck, so when I saw Sliced Duck in Crispy Spring Onion Pastry on the appetiser menu I had one dish worked out pretty quickly. To round off the meal I chose to go Japanese with a serving of 5 Gyoza.

Food was very good quality.

For drinks I tried a beer I’ve never tried before, a Gold Medal Taiwan Beer.


The food dishes were around $9 each, and the beer $11.50 (for a small bottle though)

Definitely enough food to tide me over with an all up cost of around SGD$35 once all the service charges and taxes are added.