Hiding inside the quiet 33 Town is a bustling Thai restaurant—Din Tai Kitchen.
Immediately, the rich colors and wooden brick walls of this restaurant set a sophisticated stage. After we crossed the hallway, the well-established dining area greeted us with its tastefully decorated modern furniture and stunning lights.
Din Tai Kitchen has a very extensive menu with a wide range of choices. First, we tried the mildly sour and spicy Tom Yum Goong soup filled with seafood, a memorable starter that simply deserves the utmost respect. It was quickly followed by the simple yet tasteful charcoal grilled pork neck, which was tender and flavourfully served with a rich sauce. The stunning main dish came next—a stir-fried crab with dried curry accompanied by special pita bread. Lastly, we were served minced pork with lettuce buns, a very fresh and crunchy ending to our meal.
I wouldn’t be me if I didn’t order a dessert. The sticky rice with mango was unbelievably scrumptious, especially with the smooth coconut cream on top balancing out the sweetness of this dish.
Indeed, Din Tai Kitchen is where the culture of Thailand meets its food, and every dish looks like a masterpiece. Don’t forget to watch our video review to gain a better impression before you visit the restaurant!
Address: No. 118-119, Bldg 19, No. 1, Wu Shi Gang Gong Ye Rd, Dongcheng 东城区乌石岗工业路1号19栋118、119号