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Din Tai Fung‘s Xiao Long Bao has become a huge hit in Metro Manila. Save for their world-renowned Pork Xiaolongbao, Din Tai Fung actually has a multitude of unique XLB flavors such as the Truffle and Pork, Crab Roe and Pork, Foie Gras and Chicken, and even Chocolate Lava XLB. There’s just something about those steamy soup dumplings that hit the spot.

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This time around, Din Tai Fung is introducing two new unique flavors sure to tickle your tastebuds. Enjoy the buttery textures of their Uni and Pork Xiaolongbao (₱345, five pieces; ₱685, 10 pieces), a seafood twist to the classic pork XLB.

Meanwhile, their Pork and Kimchi Xiaolongbao (₱185, five pieces; ₱355, 10 pieces) features a tangy and spicy kick that’ll make any fan of Korean cuisine sing. Once exclusive to Xiaolongbao Bar in Rockwell, now you can get these two variants in all Din Tai Fung shops nationwide!

Uni and Pork XLB and Pork and Kimchi XLB
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Din Tai Fung’s introduction to these two bold Xiaolongbao flavors is just the beginning for their plans in 2020. Watch out for more exciting offerings from the restaurant by visiting the Din Tai Fung shop near you! For more information on their latest promotions, check out their Facebook page.

Want a Dimsum Cart at Your Party? Here’s Where to Get One:

When you’re at a Chinese restaurant, especially with that dimsum fix, your dining experience isn’t complete if you don’t have Xiao Long Bao on your table. Truly one of China’s greatest creations. From the first bite into its delicate wrapping, the taste of delicious pork filling, to that burst of juicy broth. Y U M.

Now you can get this steamy delicacy at anytime and any place! Lugang Cafe now offers a Xiao Lang Bao cart you can rent out for parties, get-togethers, or for absolutely any event!

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Have Xiao Lang Bao served fresh at your festivities for only ₱18,500! The cart comes with its own chefs and servers— catering to over 100 pax!

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Email marketing@htcg.com.ph for inquiries and bookings!

We’ve also listed the best Xiao Long Bao spots in Metro Manila! Check them out below!

Check Out 14 More of the Best Restaurants with Juicy Xiao Long Bao in Manila!

Who’s up for some Xiao long bao? A culinary heavyweight in the dim sum category, xiao long bao has garnered much-deserved attention over the past few years and for all the right reasons. We’ve rounded up a list of the Best Restaurants with Juicy Xiao long bao in Metro Manila that we think you’ll absolutely love.

Bai Nian Tang Bao – Uptown Parade

Bai Nian Tang Bao is a soup dumpling specialty restaurant. They serve an array of Chinese fried rices, noodles, and hot dishes but people come for the soup dumplings and the famous Giant Tang Bao.

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Bai Nian Tang Bao Uptown Parade
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Uptown Parade, 36th Street Corner 9th Avenue, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
(0927) 770-3740

Shi Lin – multiple branches

Shi Lin is a casual Taiwanese restaurant that specializes in dumplings, buns and noodles. They are most famous for their steamed xiao long baos

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King Chef Dimsum Kitchen – multiple branches

King Chef is a dim sum joint serving the best of Cantonese cuisine. Offering a wide selection of dimsum including standards like hakaw, taosi spareribs, and xiao long bao, but they also serve unique varieties like crispy shrimp noodles and taro garlic siomai!

Insider tip: You can also enjoy Buy 1 Get 1 Buchi, Machang, Plain Congee at King Chef Dimsum Kitchen with Booky!
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Lugang Cafe – multiple branches

Lugang Café is a Shanghai-based café focused on providing quality and contemporary Taiwanese cuisine. They are popular for their xiao long bao!

Also read: 17 Juicy Shrimp Dishes You Need In Your Life
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Din Tai Fung – multiple branches

Din Tai Fung is an internationally known dimsum restaurant from Taiwan and a five-time Michelin star awardee that serves Taiwan cuisine including its world famous classic and flavored xiao long baos.

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Paradise Dynasty – S Maison

Paradise Dynasty is the world’s first restaurant to offer colorful Xiao Long Bao in unique flavors. It offers an innovative take on the northern and southern Chinese cuisine. Must-try: Their famous XLB plus the La Mian, aka their version of ramen!

Also read: 9 Unique Restaurants and Cafes You Must Try in S Maison, Pasay
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Level 2, S Maison, Conrad Manila, Seaside Boulevard cor Coral Way, Pasay
(02) 828-8333

Mien San Noodle House – multiple branches

Mien San is a classic noodle house serving Taiwanese specialties. Popular items on their menu include: Taiwan beef noodles, fried siopao, xiao long bao and spicy wantons.

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Choi Garden – multiple branches

Choi Garden is an authentic Cantonese restaurant known for their Chinese classics and make-your-own shabu-shabu. It’s a go-to forbig family gatherings over traditional Chinese cuisine, with set menus that are perfect for sharing.  We recommend the Roast Duck, Suckling Pig, and their wide variety of dimsum.

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Lao Beijing – Makati

Lao Beijing is a Chinese restaurant that serves delicious affordable dim sum. Make sure to try their bestselling xiao long bao and petchay pork dumpling.

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G8, Cityland Makati Executive Tower 3, Senator Gil Puyat Ave, Pio del Pilar, Makati
(02) 425-5700

Tien Ma’s – multiple branches

Tien Ma’s is an underrated late night joint that serves authentic Taiwanese specialties including their affordable xiao long bao’s, beef brisket noodles, 3-cup chicken and more. 

Also read: 18 Exciting New Restaurants in Makati to Try ASAP
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Gloria Maris – multiple branches

Another classic Chinese restaurant, Gloria Maris is one the well-loved and popular Chinese restaurants in the metro. It serves traditional specialties such as dimsum, hotpot, lauriat, and more.

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Suzhou Dimsum – multiple branches

A dim sum place serving flavorful Shanghainese dishes from Eastern China Suzhou. It has now been renamed to Ongbin Golden Dimsum. Must Try: Xiao Long Bao, Steamed Beef in Garlic

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Dong Bei Dumplings – Binondo

Dong Bei Dumplings is a popular dumpling house downtown. You can even watch the lady staff wrap them all day.

Also read: 15 of Binondo’s Best Kept Secrets You Must Visit
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642 ET Yuchengco St., Binondo, Manila
(02) 241-8912

Fat Fook Taiwanese Kitchen – multiple branches

Fat Fook offers Taiwanese cuisine serving dishes like xiao long bao, specialty Fat Fook chicken chop, and crispy fried intestines among many others.

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Craving for more xiao long bao? For more options, search for ‘XIAO LONG BAO‘ in the Booky app and look for the nearest restaurant to you! If you still don’t have the app, download it now to enjoy its offline access, restaurant discounts, buy one get one promos, and dessert freebies!