A Din Tai Fung store in Sydney, Australia has become one of the recent restaurants to fold due to the COVID-19 pandemic and a “wage theft” scandal that hit the chain last year.
The restaurant confirmed its Sydney Central Park store has entered into voluntary administration — the business temporarily halts operations, and control is given to the administrator — but its other stores are still in operation, according to The Australian Financial Review.
A man in eastern China ended up in the emergency room after consuming a large bowl of dumplings that caused the rupture of his colon.
The patient, identified as Wang, 63, had been suffering from intestinal obstruction for more than a year prior to the incident, which took place in Huai’an, Jiangsu Province.
Leo Liu and his brother learned how to make wontons and dumplings from their parents when they were children.
So, when his brother invited him one evening to prepare “as many wontons as possible for later,” Leo obliged.
If you’re a fan of cute foods in Sydney or Melbourne, Australia, then you are in luck as Din Tai Fung Australia is offering a giant colorful rainbow Xiao Long Bao (XLB) dumpling.
The Giant Rainbow Dumpling was first announced late last month as a limited edition menu item, according to its initial announcement on Instagram. It is apparently seven times larger than the regular XLB and comes in an assortment of colors.
Xiao long bao — or soup dumplings — are filled with delicious broth, tender meat and love, but eating one can be difficult if you have never had the pleasure of tasting one before.
You have to be careful or you will end up with scalding hot soup on your tongue or on your clothes.
American restaurateur and celebrity chef Ming Tsai is joining the efforts to help those affected by the government shutdown by giving away free dumplings at his Boston restaurant Blue Dragon.
Gov Shutdown Dumplings! pic.twitter.com/pVDMHOBUQG
Xiao long bao, also known as XLB or soup dumplings, typically holds soup and meat wrapped in white dough, but a restaurant in Queens has turned the traditional dumpling into a dessert.
Kung Fu Xiao Long Bao, a Chinese restaurant located in the neighborhood of Flushing in Queens, New York, offers what is called Nutella XLB.
Forget your regular bao — these steamed hedgehog buns are in.
These adorable baos are straight out of Baker’s Brew Studio’s oven, making us question how anyone could ever eat them.