THE LOCAL’S GUIDE TO THE JUICIEST DUMPLINGS IN NYC
A dumpling tour just might be one of the best things in the world, after cuddling with puppies and getting called up first on the kickball team in HS (so what if it was 10 years ago, whatever).
This dumpling tour will take around 3 hours and is the perfect adventure for a Sunday afternoon or Friday night for 1- 3 close friends, visiting family members or even, a fun date.
The best part? It’ll cost each person no more than $15. Get on those comfy sneakers, my friends. Swipe right for full pics and tag some friends you want to do this with!!!
RANKING OF DUMPLINGS
(Best of 5 🥟)
Stop 1: Tasty Dumpling (42 Mulberry Street) 5 for $1.50 - #ciaoootip Grab some dumplings here 🥟 🥟
Stop 2: Hand Pulled Noodles (1 Doyers Street) 12 for $10.50 - #ciaoootip If it’s crowded, ask to eat downstairs!🥟🥟
Stop 3: 88 Lan Zhou Hand Pulled Noodles (40 Bowery) - #ciaoootip The fried dumplings are great, but try the steamed ones as well!🥟🥟🥟
Stop 4: Super Taste Restaurant (26 Eldridge street) - #ciaoootip Try the Korean kimchi dumplings!!! They’re crispy, and left with openings on the ends. The noodles are bomb too. 🥟🥟🥟🥟
Stop 5: Shu Jiao Fu Zhou Cuisine Restaurant (118 Eldridge Street) - #ciaoootip They inky serve steamed dumplings and they are the most homemade tasting dumplings. 🥟🥟🥟🥟
Our favorite soup dumplings are from Shanghai Asian Manor. -
Keeping a bag of dumplings in your freezer is the ultimate life hack. When you’re tired, or starving, boiling a few dumplings will get you filled and happy in 7 mins. Throw a bag of ramen and some veggies, green onions and you are set! Check out the Hua Du Frozen Dumpling shop in the supermarket on 253 Grand Street.