Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Free Lunch- Eating At Din Tai Fung


eatingout As a shareholder, sometimes eating out is also an exercise to find out more about how your shares are doing.

One of the companies under the company ‘Breadtalk’, this is a restaurant that is doing quite well in Singapore by all accounts.

Din Tai Fung is voted one of the world’s top 10 restaurants by New York Times. 

As standard of good restaurants here, there is inevitably a queue during meal times, so my wife and me found one at the Raffles City branch. We ordered what we wanted as we waited for a table. And unlike banks, there was the standard few seats to wait as the table is being cleared.

The food and service was impeccable. Fast, good and relatively affordable compared to some restaurants which charged high prices but fail to deliver. Their signature dish, Xiao Long Bao, is one to try, as is their fried rice, which is superb.

It seems that Breaktalk group is doing quite well, with its bakery business as well as the food court business doing brisk sales. Their marquee business must be the Din Tai Fung restaurants with inevitable long queues at their branches at Bishan and Raffles City.

As we were eating, I told my wife that the price of the meal is free as it was reflected in the rise of the share prices since we bought it as well as the dividends we received. Think it helped her become more willing to order a few more dishes.

I think I should invest in more such companies :)

Related Posts

Bookmark and Share

Andy said...
March 18, 2010 at 3:34 PM  

if you eat up all your dividends, then you got nothing left to re-invest :p

Lemizeraq said...
March 24, 2010 at 9:22 PM  

Hi Andy,

:) Haha. Ya, that's true :)

Thanks for visiting!


Post a Comment


The information contained in this blog is prepared from data believed to be correct and reliable at the time of publication of this report. The authors do not make any guarantee or representation as to the adequacy, accuracy, completeness, reliability of the information contained herein. Neither the authors or any affiliates or related persons shall be liable for any consequences (direct or indirect losses, loss of profits and damages) of any
reliance placed on information provided in the blog.

Shares and financial instruments illustrated in this blog can go down sharply or in certain instruments suffer total loss on the initial investments. Investors are advised to make their own judgment on the information provided and consult their own financial advisors or consultants as to the suitability of the products illustrated to their particular financial needs and objectives before acting on any information contained herein in this blog.