To celebrate Chinese New Year 2020, Din Tai Fung is releasing an indulgent and Instagrammable limited-edition red and gold ‘Good Fortune Dumpling’
The dumplings are filled with decadent wagyu beef and black truffle, before being folded into a Jiaozi – a crescent-shaped dumpling that is traditionally eaten in northern China during Chinese New Year. Each dumpling is then topped with the finest edible gold-leaf flakes for a glistening finish.
The red and gold colour combination represents lucky colours in Chinese culture, with red symbolising good fortune and happiness, and gold for good luck. The red dumpling dough is also made from all natural vegetable ingredients.
The limited-edition dumplings are available for $21.60 (5pc), or customers can choose a budget-friendly option, without gold-leaf flakes, for $16.80 (5pc). The dumplings are also available at café court venues for $13.60 (3pc) and $9.80 (3pc) without gold-leaf flakes. Head into a Din Tai Fung store between 23 January and 9 February 2020 to try the Chinese New Year-inspired dumpling for yourself!
Din Tai Fung Australia has pledged $10,000 to support Australian bushfire victims and is encouraging its customers to donate to FOODBANK Australia. To thank customers for their support, donors will stand a chance to win one of three dumpling-making masterclasses featuring the ‘Good Fortune Dumpling’ and a feast for 10 pax, each worth $1,000.
Head over to www.dintaifung.com.au for links to donate via GoFundMe or Facebook Fundraising. Donations will help deliver food and water relief to Australians affected by the devastating bushfire crisis. Three winners will be chosen randomly on 1 February 2020 and notified by email.
*Restaurant venues: World Square, Emporium Melbourne, Westfield Chatswood, Central Park Mall and Westfield Miranda.
Café Court venues: Westfield Sydney, Broadway Shopping Centre, Gateway Sydney, The Star, Greenwood Plaza and MLC Centre.
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