Don't get dumplings in such a cold day! Inventory of authentic dumpling restaurants in Cat Village
"Chinatown"-Official media of Chinese Australians
Whether it's fried dumplings, steamed dumplings or boiled dumplings, this deliciousness that looks like a small pillow captures the hearts of the people of Mocun! Whether it’s stuffed with beef, pork, shiitake mushrooms, tofu, fennel or leeks, they are so delicious that they can’t stop at all~ In China, we have to eat dumplings during the winter solstice, so winter in Melbourne is here, so everyone is ready to move. What? I will take stock of delicious dumpling restaurants in Melbourne!
Mr Huang Jin
Located in the square of Rialto Towers, Mr Huang Jin is wedged into a tall glass curtain wall on one side of the building. It is bright and spacious. There are two floors! This casual Taiwanese snack is crowded with busy office workers working in the city every day, especially during lunch hours! Bamboo basket steamed dumplings and Taiwanese tapas are very popular! The mustard chili noodles and pork dumplings are my favorite! The soup is very rich, and the aroma in it overflows just after a bite! Dip it in vinegar and soy sauce, it's even more special!
Address: 4-5 Katherine Place 517 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
Phone: (03) 9629 5452
Walking in Chinatown in Melbourne's old city, you will definitely be attracted by ShanDong MaMa, which is run by Ying Hou from China and his mother Meiyan Wang. The traditional recipe from Yantai, Shandong, China is used~ As we all know, Shandong’s seafood is very famous, and dumplings filled with fish meat are even more popular. Mackerel is mixed with leeks, coriander, ginger, and green onions as dumpling fillings, which is extremely delicious. Served with kale salad, the signature Daryl Noodles and Pu-erh tea will make your stomach very comfortable.
Address: Shop 7, 200 Bourke Street, Melbourne
Phone: (03) 9650 3818
Red Door Yum Cha
If you live near Windsor, then Red Door is definitely a place where you can chat with your friends and eat some casual snacks, although it is only in a small street. The food here is not only delicious, but more importantly, the price is super cheap! There is not much food on the menu, but they are very intimate. The biggest feature is the shrimp dumplings. The chef from Guangdong takes care of it himself. You will definitely order more than one!
Address: 1-3 McIlwrick Street, Windsor 3181
Phone: (03) 9510 9658
David Zhou’s restaurant underwent a renovation in 2012~ it became more relaxed and casual, of course, it retains its usual Shanghai characteristics! The wooden chairs and Chinese-style lamps are very textured. The restaurant uses fresh local ingredients~ The menu includes both ground-grown and water-swimming dishes, as well as many dishes that you can’t eat anywhere else. Homemade sauce is a must. ! From under the soft shell to DIY pork belly buns, David Zhou's mission is to "make food sound"!
Address: 4 Cecil Place, Prahran
Phone: (03) 9529 5199
The logo of this store is a big double happiness icon, and there are always a bunch of people in line, so you can't find the wrong one! In fact, it can be part of the famous Hu-Tong restaurant empire~ Through the glass in the corner, you can clearly see how the chefs knead, knead and pull the noodles. It is worth mentioning that this store is one of the first restaurants to use touch screen ordering in Melbourne. The interactive medium can provide you with food pictures and dining suggestions, and quickly convey the food you want to the kitchen. Kind of dining experience!
Address: Shop 6 206 Bourke Street, Melbourne
Phone: (03) 9662 3688
Spice Temple will always remind you how happy it is to have Mr Perry in Melbourne! Coffee-colored lights, comfortable seats, black wooden tables, everything in the restaurant is noble and elegant. All the food on the menu is Perry's interpretation of Chinese food, not just limited to Cantonese cuisine! Sichuan, Yunnan, Hunan, Jiangxi, Guangxi, and Xinjiang regions have everything you need! The wine list is also very extensive, with cocktails named after the 12 Chinese zodiac signs!
Address: Crown Shop 7, 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank
Phone: (03) 8679 1888
Whether in the CBD or Prahran, please believe that when you enter HuTong's door, you will have delicious dumplings! In the shop, you can see with your own eyes how the chefs mix stuffing, roll the skin, make dumplings, and then send them to steam. To serve such a plate of dumplings, it is served with soy sauce and vinegar. In addition to steamed dumplings, their other Shanghai foods are also great! I have to mention the Xiaolongbao—the thin skin is juicy and delicious!
Address: 14-16 Market Lane, Melbourne
Phone: (03) 9650 8128
Borsch, Vodka and Tears
Located on Chapel Street, this shop integrates cafes, bars and restaurants. It was founded by Polish expatriates, so whether it is a candlestick or a gilded mirror, it has a strong Bohemian atmosphere! You can eat Polish dishes and drink more than 100 kinds of vodka from Eastern Europe! Homemade cocktails are also a highlight. Their breakfast bagels and "dumplings" from Poland will suit you who like to try fresh!
Address: 173 Chapel Street, Windsor
Phone: (03) 9530 2694
Article reprinted from "Dianping", edited by "Chinatown"
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