Dessert enthusiasts rejoice! Ahead of marking its 20th-anniversary milestone, internationally-acclaimed Taiwanese Restaurant Din Tai Fung has launched three here-to-stay new sweets selections, adding to their perennially-loved desserts. Encapsulating an imaginative blend of flavours and textures that marries in perfect harmony, Din Tai Fung invites diners to indulge in their Matcha Pudding with Sweet Red Bean 抹茶布丁, Coconut Pudding 椰香布丁, and Yuzu Jelly 柚子果冻.
BECAUSE YOU DESSERT THE BEST
Building on a new generation of tastemakers, the launch of Din Tai Fung’s trifecta of desserts features a playful and indulgent collection of flavours inspired by both local and internationally-acclaimed desserts.
Matcha Pudding with Sweet Red Bean 抹茶布丁
S$6.80 per serving
Marrying the bitter flavours of matcha and sweet Hokkaido red beans in soy flour and cream, this handcrafted pudding is every matcha lover’s dream come true with its smooth yet velvety texture. Its lush green hue also hints at the intensity of the matcha flavour in each scoop, with its natural earthiness that makes it a perfect accompaniment to complete your meal.
Coconut Pudding 椰香布丁
S$6.80 per serving
Whisk yourself away to paradise and savour a taste of the tropics. Concocted with coconut milk for a silky and rich finish, this Coconut Pudding is mixed with nata de coco for a chewy surprise in every scoop. Sprinkled with toasted coconut shavings for an added crunch to a sweet ending.
Yuzu Jelly 柚子果冻
S$6.50 per serving
For pleasure-seekers looking for something familiar yet refreshing, this summer-inspired dessert is made in-house and features plenty of fragrant Japanese yuzu zest, marmalade, and honey. Contrasting to the citrusy and floral aroma of yuzu, this zesty dessert is rich in vitamin C which helps to strengthen immunity and lower cholesterol levels. In addition to the winning combination of sweetness with a hint of sourness, the dessert features dried yuzu peels carefully infused and hand-picked for a picture-perfect finishing touch.
Savour the latest scoop of Din Tai Fung’s all-new desserts while servings last! Available islandwide for dine-in and takeaway.
ABOUT DIN TAI FUNG
Ranked as one of the world’s Top 10 Best Restaurants by The New York Times, Din Tai Fung has its roots dating back to Taiwan more than 60 years ago. The arrival of Din Tai Fung in Singapore in 2003 made waves in the local dining scene; and has since built a huge following with its famous signature Steamed Pork Xiao Long Bao and other classic dishes. To date, the celebrated Taiwanese restaurant has branches in Singapore, Thailand, UK, Australia, China, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, South Korea, UAE, and USA.