Back in March of this year, I had blogged about Seattle’s 3rd Din Tai Fung restaurant opening in downtown Seattle. Well, the 4th one is now open at Westfield Southcenter, as described here:
“The long-awaited arrival of Din Tai Fungâ€™s Southcenter outpost came to an end on Friday at 6 p.m., when the ribbon was cut on the fourth Seattle-area restaurant for the international dumpling chain.
Din Tai Fung originated in Taiwan and has expanded its dumpling empire to 11 other countries including the United States. The companyâ€™s third location opened at Pacific Place last month, on level four of the shopping center. There are also restaurants in Bellevue and at University Village.
Din Tai Fung consistently draws long lines for its xiao long bao, or soup dumplings. Other popular menu items include pot stickers, wontons, fried rice, soups, and fried noodles.”