Satisfy your dumpling cravings at these Montreal Restaurants

Many cultural cuisines have their own version of the dumpling. Whether it’s a pierogi, gnocchi, kreplach or a doughboy, it all boils down to the same concept – a small savoury ball of dough, often filled with meat and vegetables, that can be steamed, fried, baked or boiled. Here’s our take on the city’s best dumplings of the numerous Asian varieties.

Restaurant Qinghua Dumpling

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1676, av Lincoln, Montréal, QC H3H 1G9

Qing Hua Dumpling offers quite the selection of dumplings. From curry chicken to tofu and vegetables, or mushroom and zucchini to baby bok choi and dill, there are plenty of nice pairings to choose from.

Restaurant Noodle Factory

2
1018, rue Saint-Urbain, Montréal, QC H2Z 1K6

While this Montreal staple specializes in homemade noodles, they also make a number of dumpling dishes worth a try. The Hunan pork dumplings or the steamed shrimp dumplings are tops.

Soy

3
5258, boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2T 1S1

Restaurant Soy serve some yummy dumplings indeed. We recommend the pan-fried BBQ duck and Thai basil dumplings served with ginger Szechuan dip, or the crispy tofu ‘pockets’ with ginger teriyaki sauce, as well as the wonton raviolis in sesame-peanut sauce.

Le Cristal Chinois

4
998 Boulevard St-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2Z 9Y9

Le Cristal Chinois prepares a shark fin dumpling soup that will surely satisfy a craving for this unique delicacy. Alternatively, you can opt for the more traditional shrimp dumplings with truffle sauce.

Cuisine Szechuan

5
2350, rue Guy, Montréal, QC H3H 2M2

Cuisine Szechuan offers a spicy dumpling soup that’s definitely worth trying – as the name suggests, these dumplings have a little extra kick to them.

Restaurant Kazu

6
1844 Rue Sainte-Catherine O, Montréal, QC H3H 1M1

Kazu is an izakaya, a Japanese tapas-style restaurant that serves – you guessed it – authentic Japanese dumplings. Yaki gyoza are delicious pan-fried dumplings, filled with pork or other varieties of meat.

Madras Curry House

7
1242, rue MacKay, Montréal, QC H3G 2H4

Gado-Gado is an Indonesian restaurant right downtown. Their take on the traditional dumpling is called Pangsit Goreng, a delicious fried chicken dumpling.

Restaurant Ethan

8
72A, rue de la Gauchetière O, Montréal, QC H2Z 1C1

Restaurant Ethan has fried shrimp wontons, pork dumpling noodle soup, Har Gaw (shrimp dumplings) and Siu Mai (pork and shiitake mushroom dumplings). Take your time and enjoy!

Oh! Dumplings

9
1050, rue Clark, Montréal, QC H2Z 1K2

Oh! Dumplings is a great little restaurant in Chinatown. Start with a delicious wonton soup. We also recommend the spinach, mushroom and cabbage dumplings, or the lamb and coriander dumplings.

Restaurant Yi Pin Xiang

10
735, boul Décarie, Saint-Laurent, QC H4L 3L3

Yi Pin Xiang Restaurant makes their dumplings in-house every day. Try the beef and celery, or the special fried chicken and shrimp dumplings.

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