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Din Tai Fung’s Steamed Chocolate Lava Buns To Return On 1 Nov

31st October 2023

Din Tai Fung Steamed Chocolate Lava Buns are back

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Din Tai Fung‘s popular Steamed Chocolate Lava Bun is back! Available from 1 November to 31 December 2023 across all outlets, this limited-time-only treat is made for chocoholics.

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The sweet bun was first launched last year to much fanfare. 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.

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

Do note that these buns are only available while stocks last, so make sure you head down to your nearest Din Tai Fung outlet before it’s too late.

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Previously, the famous restaurant chain also launched an all-new Cocoa Nutty Bun, which stars a cocoa-flavoured bao filled with a molten milk chocolate ganache and KITKAT wafer bits within. This limited-time special was only available till 31 May 2023.


If you’re looking for more desserts to try, check out Patisserie Woo, a newly opened bakery cafe in Bukit Timah with IG-worthy tarts and cakes. The cafe is opened by an ex-banker, and it’s a convenient six-minute walk from Sixth Avenue MRT Station.

In other food news, Mr Coconut is opening a cafe in Punggol, called Three Little Coconut! This dessert cafe will offer a wide range of sweet treats, including coconut cheesecakes, as well as fresh croffles paired with gula melaka and coconut ice cream.

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Din Tai Fung is not a halal-certified eatery.

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