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Din Tai Fung To Launch New Steamed Chocolate Lava Buns On 1 November 2022

27th October 2022
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Din Tai Fung has new Steamed Chocolate Lava Buns

din tai fung chocolate buns

Din Tai Fung got us all excited when they rolled out their limited-edition Ginger Chocolate Lava Buns last November. This time, they’ve launched a brand new offering: Steamed Chocolate Lava Bun.

Din Tai Fung Has Limited Edition Ginger Chocolate Lava Buns For $2++

Available from 1 November to 31 December 2022 across all outlets, this limited-time-only treat is made for chocoholics. It features 80% premium molten dark chocolate lava encased in a soft chocolate bun. The bun is made with high-quality flour that’s imported from Taiwan and finished with a gold brush top to ring in the year-end festivities. It’s steamed just right, so when you tear into it, the molten chocolate filling oozes out.

din tai fung chocolate buns oozing

These buns are priced at $3.50++ per piece or $10++ for three. If you’re a UOB Cardmember and you’re dining in, you also get 10% off your order of Steamed Chocolate Lava Bun (three pieces)!

Din Tai Fung's Steamed Custard Bun
Image credit: Din Tai Fung Singapore

Those who love liu sha bao can also try their popular Steamed Custard Bun ($3++ per piece, $9++ for three). Available until stocks run out, this fan favourite sees a light and fluffy bao with an ooey gooey salted egg custard centre for a sweet and savoury flavour.

Din Tai Fung's Steamed Red Bean Xiao Long Bao with Chocolate Lava
Image credit: Din Tai Fung Singapore

Otherwise, go for the Steamed Red Bean Xiao Long Bao with Chocolate Lava, which takes inspiration from the classic XLB. This sweet rendition sees chocolate lava and red bean within Din Tai Fung’s world-famous xiao long bao skin. It’s priced at $10.30++ for six pieces and $12.80++ for 10. Get them before they run out!

These items are available across all Din Tai Fung restaurants.

For more Din Tai Fung-inspired eateries to check out, read our Hong Style Fried Rice review if you’re up for some affordable fried rice in Ang Mo Kio. There’s also our Xin Peng La Mian Xiao Long Bao review for cheap XLB and handmade noodles in Clementi!

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Din Tai Fung is not a halal-certified eatery.

Xin Peng La Mian Xiao Long Bao Review: $4.50 Handmade XLB, Chilli Oil Wonton And More In Clementi

Featured image adapted from Din Tai Fung Singapore

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