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Din Tai Fung Limited Edition Totes and Red Bean Dumplings!

Special thanks to Leen and Din Tai Fung!

Dragon Boat Festival is some time away but I eat rice dumplings all year round. On hindsight, that is probably one of the few seasonal items that we get on a regular basis alongside bak kwa. Din Tai Fung is back to reward customers with two special promotions.

In the month of may, receive a complimentary Limited Edition Canvas Tote (worth $12.90) when you dine at their outlets. These fashionable tote are calligraphically inspired prints of their award-winning Steamed Pork Dumplings and will be available in the following colours;


1-7 May: Scarlet


8-14 May: Jet Black


15-21 May: Ivory

22-31 May: Olive

Well, their efforts to be environmentally friendly does not stop there because with every usage of the tote whilst dining at their outlets gets you 5% off your total takeaway bill! Gone are the days that one has to lug an ugly looking plastic bag or bags that claim not to be plastic bags to be green, one can be fashionable too!

OCBC Customers Exclusive
For the month of May, OCBC Credit and Debit Cardmembers get the Limited Edition Canvas Tote with a minimum spend of $90. For other diners, the tote is redeemable with a minimum spend of $100. Alternatively, these totes can be purchased at $7.90 with a minimum spend of $50.

The goodies from Din Tai Fung do not stop here!

In conjunction with Dragon Boat Festival in June, they have released their popular dessert dumpling - Red Bean Rice Dumplings featured below. These are priced at $4.80 at all outlets except Marina Bay Sands where diners pay $5.


The dumpling is back to remind us of the upcoming Dragon Boat Festival.


Snugly wrapped rice dumplings served in a steamer.


Still as impressed with their mildly sweetened rice grains that goes so well with the smooth red bean paste. Most sweet dumplings end up too sweet but this is just nice.

OCBC Customers Exclusive
For the month of June,  OCBC Credit and Debit Cardmembers receive a complimentary Red Bean Rice Dumpling with a minimum spend of $80. Other diners need a spend of $90.

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