6 June, 2017
Eat & Drink

The Best Dumplings in Hong Kong

6 June, 2017

Get your yum cha fix at one of HK’s many dumpling spots!

 

When it comes to dumplings, we’re never fussy: soupy, fried or steamed; we wont(on) them all. That’s why, for our soup-er sassy readers, we’ve compiled a list of where to eat the best dumplings in Hong Kong. Quickly grab your chopsticks and have your stomach ready to gyo(za)!

Read more: Sassy’s Dim Sum Dictionary

Dim Dim Sum

Dim Dim Sum

What’s a local dim sum restaurant without dumplings? If you’re looking for the perfect deep fried dumpling or ha gao (shrimp dumpling), Dim Dim Sum has you covered. The prices are super cheap, so you’ll definitely be coming back for seconds.

Where: Locate the restaurants around Hong Kong here.
Price range: Under $50

Northern Dumpling Yuan

Northern Dumplings Yuan

This homely restaurant is a great pick if you find yourself craving comfort food. The restaurant offers cheap and yummy dumplings, and is the perfect location for a nice lunch with a group of friends, so hop on over and order a great big bowl of pork and leek (or veggie!) dumplings to fill up with.

Where: Locate restaurants around Hong Kong here.
Price range: Most of the menu is within the range of $20 – $50 for 10 dumplings.

Ba Fang Dumplings

Ba Fang Dumplings  (八方雲集鍋貼水餃專門店)

The Taiwanese dumpling chain has been a convenient go-to spot for dumpling lovers in Hong Kong for years – and there’s no question why. Scattered all over the city, chances are there’s one in your district. It sells its dumplings per piece individually and wrap them in-house, so feel free to mix and match according to cravings and taste!

Where: Locate restaurants closest to you here.
Price range: Individual dumplings are $3 – $3.5, and dumpling sets are under $50.

Ah Chun Shandong Dumpling

Ah Chun Shandong Dumpling

We have strong feelings about the perfect dumpling and, at Ah Chun Shandong Dumpling, the little pockets of heaven are handmade fresh! Most orders are inclusive of 10 dumplings, and the Michelin recommended restaurant has a consistent stream of positive reviews.

Where: G/F, 60 Lai Chi Kok Rd, Hong Kong
Price Range: Under $60 (for 10 dumplings).

Read more: Sassy’s Dim Sum Guide – where to eat and what to order

Cheung Hing Kee

Cheung Hing Kee Shanghai Pan-fried Buns

Although these buns may not be considered “dumplings” in the traditional soupy sense, we couldn’t help but include them in our list. The freshly pan-fried pockets of goodness are slightly crispy on the bottom with soft tops – but what makes them special is the juicy inside. Proceed with caution, because the filling is extremely hot!

Where: Locate the restaurants around Hong Kong here.
Price range: Under $50

Kikusan

Kikusan

For our Sassy readers who love Japanese cuisine – get to know Kikusan. Amidst the diverse menu, you’ll find the dumpling category with all the classics: from steamed pork and soup, to vegetarian-friendly vegetable dumplings (in chilli oil).

Price range: Dumplings are all under $50.
Where: Shop B13-16, Landmark Men, B/F, Landmark Atrium, Central, Hong Kong

Jin Jiao

Jin Jiao

The next time you’re strolling through the main streets of Tai Hang, remember to drop by this cosy bar-styled dumpling restaurant. With specials like the tomato-egg dumpling, and the pan fried spicy beef mala dumpling, Jin Jiao serves up a perfect blend of modern yet homely food.

Where: 9A Sun Chun Street, Tai Hang, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Price range: Under $100

Read more: Sassy’s Neighbourhood Guide To Tai Hang

Sam Tor

Sam Tor (三多麵食)

As a local favourite, Sam Tor offers deliciously flavourful bowls of wontons. With the wide variety and range, you’ll definitely find something you absolutely love, but we recommend trying the classic fresh shrimp wonton and noodles!

Where: G/F, 30 Pottinger Street, Central
Price range: Under $50

Crystal Jade

Crystal Jade

A popular restaurant for family dinners, Crystal Jade is well known to both expats and locals. Although slightly pricier than other choices on our list, this restaurant is a good location for a dinner with the family. If you’re in the area, definitely try the multi-coloured and unique Xiao Long Bao flavours available at the Tsuen Wan Plaza branch.

Where: Locate restaurants around Hong Kong here.
Price range: $50 – $200

 

Crystal Bus Tour

If you’re looking for a fancy dim sum experience, check out the Crystal Bus Tour. The double decker bus takes you on 2.5 hour tour (day or night!) to more than 20 of Hong Kong’s famous sites, including Chungking Mansions, Kowloon and the Islamic Centre, Park Lane Shopper’s Boulevard and more, and ending with a meal at a Michelin star dim sum joint. Perfect for those out-of-town guests you want to wow with our fabulous city sites!

Where: Crystal Bus Tour, Suite 2215, 22/F, Langham Place, 8 Argyle Street, Mongkok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2988 8202
Price range: Email  [email protected] for prices and information

 

Featured image credited to Little Spice Jar via Pinterest, all other images sourced via respective businesses

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