If hot, juicy pork, fresh prawns and delicious veggie fillings are what you crave, these Perth dumpling joints has got what you're looking for. Sink your teeth into these six amazing dumpling restaurants around the town.
Don’t miss out on this airstream dumpling kitchen when you’re in Fremantle. Bumplings’ owner, Brendan Pang, was a MasterChef contestant and now he’s settled down his dumpling restaurant here at the Sunshine Harvester Works in Fremantle. Open from Wednesday to Sunday for dinners, they provide their customers with delicious steamed and fried dumplings. Or if you’re feeling for a proper meal, their Mauritian-infused rice and noodle menu will make your mouth water. They also sell frozen dumplings to take home (and you can even check out Brendan’s dumpling masterclass and learn how to make them yourself!) Open from 5pm to 9pm, Wednesday to Sunday.
Canton Lane is the locals' go-to for dumplings and dim sum. Located in Belmont Forum, this spot is hard to miss during the weekends - hoards of people wait outside for a table. Try their Shanghai dumplings and the dim sum must-have, pork and prawn dumplings. Sip some hot tea while munching on these delicious packets of goodness. They are open for dim sum everyday, 10.30am to 3pm and dinner on Tuesday to Sunday from 5pm to 10pm.
You’ve heard of Chinese style dumplings, but have you tried Nepalese dumplings before? Little Magic Momo brings their expertise in Nepalese food in their famous momo. Momo is the Nepali word for dumplings. Try their Buff Momo, meat filled and served with tomato pickle and chilli sauce. If you’ve never tried Nepalese food before, this is a great place to start. They’re open from Wednesday to Monday 5pm to 10pm.
Get your dumplings served by a cat robot at Juicy Bao Bao. They have a vegetarian option for their famous dumplings and don’t miss out on their Truffle Pork Xiao Long Bao. If you don’t already know, Xiao Long Bao are dumplings that comes with hot soup in them, so be careful when you bite into it! Their Pan Fried Juicy Pork Bao is also a fan favourite with crispy bottoms and – well, juicy – pork fillings. Juicy Bao Bao is open everyday for lunch and dinner.
This small Asian fusion restaurant brings the best potstickers in town. Potsticker is a crispy layer that forms on the bottom of the dumplings when they are being cooked, making them crispy at the bottom and soft at the top. Munchy Monk is in Northbridge, inside an alleyway near the Kakulas Brothers shop. They can be easy to miss, but hard to forget once you've gotten a bite into it. They serve Hamburger Dumplings, which are beef dumplings with pickled mayo, ketchup and cheese on top. They’re open for dinner on Tuesday to Sunday.