Toronto dumpling restaurants that deliver

Be unpredictable and change up your Friday night pizza and movie plans with an order of delicious dumplings. These tasty Cantonese treats are unexpectedly filling and come stuffed with a variety of ingredients. Whether you’re a meat lover or vegetarian, you’ll love it when a box of these steaming dumplings get delivered right to your doorstep. [Image credit:]

Yummy Yummy Dumplings

79 Huron St, Toronto, ON M5T 2A8

You can order your dumplings boiled, pan-fried or steamed from Yummy Yummy Dumplings. But that’s not all. This Chinese restaurant boasts nearly 30 different dumpling fillings, from black carp and chives for seafood lovers to mutton and carrots. You can also order packages of frozen dumplings which will make a perfect sidekick dish at your next dinner party.

Westwood Grill Pan-Asian Cuisine

519 Annette St, Toronto, ON M6P 1S1

For Toronto’s Bloor West Village dumpling lovers, a lazy night at home is synonymous with a delivery from Westwood Chinese Grill. You can choose Chiu Chow Dumplings, stuffed with minced pork, Chinese chives & peanuts, Fried Sticky Dumplings with minced pork or Fried Shrimp Dumplings.

Asian Legend

418 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M5T 1G7

Crab meat and pork, dried scallops, shrimp, and chicken dumplings are sure to satisfy you cravings for comfort food no matter where in Toronto you call home. Asian Legend also features Northern Chinese specialties like green onion pancakes, restorative noodle soups, filling casseroles and refreshing salads you probably never knew existed.

Oriental Taste Restaurant

329 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M5A 1S9

The dumpling menu at Oriental Taste is short and sweet with three satisfying fillings to choose from (pork, tuna or vegetarian: steamed or grilled). The vegetarian option is stuffed with a blend of vegetables in a light Hoisin sauce. Delivery is fast and the service is super friendly. Oriental Taste is a great alternative to Friday night pizza when you just want to stay home and watch a movie.

Mean Bao

A, 753 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4M 1H3

The dim sum menu at this tiny Leslieville take-out restaurant is huge on dumplings: shrimp, pork, shrimp and pork, all seasoned with red cabbage, carrot, cilantro or scallions. Combine your dumplings with the pulled pork apple slaw from the Bao menu for an office lunch most would consider exotic.

Pearl King

291 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1J5

Stuff yourself silly with all kinds of dumplings from Pearl King. These guys come in a variety of flavours and textures so mix it up the next time you feel like ordering in. Try the chicken dumplings or the Ham Sui Kok with a side of curry samosas for a meat and potatoes kind of night. If you’re in the mood for seafood, try the scallop and shrimp dumplings.

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