Dreaming about tissue-soft xiao long bao or crispy wontons stuffed with marinated pork? It’s a good thing Sydney has no shortage of eateries doling out heavenly iterations of China’s unofficial national dish. Whether you like late-night haunts with laminate tables and speedy service, or eating houses that channel Imperial glamour, here’s our guide to getting your dumpling dose.

Happy D's

A tiny dumpling bar with a giant fake fish tank and a killer wine list.

169 Regent Street, Redfern

Yang’s Dumplings

Traditional Shanghainese dumplings and pork wontons.

9/11-15 Deane Street, Burwood

Din Tai Fung

The Taiwanese chain with knock-out xiaolong bao.

Westfield Sydney 188 Pitt Street, Sydney

Mr Wong

Dan Hong and Merivale. Boom.

3 Bridge Lane, Sydney

Dumpling and Noodle House

Who needs great decor when you've got dumplings like these?

Shop 1 165 Victoria Street, Potts Point

Fei Jai

A sexy space for modern Cantonese.

31 Challis Avenue, Potts Point

Johnny Wong's Dumpling Bar

Made fresh every day.

Level 1 383 Bourke Street, Darlinghurst

Lotus Dumpling Bar

Try the colourful xiaolong bao with fruit and veggie juices in the dough.

3 16 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay

Dumplings & Beer

The name says it all.

Shop 2 9 Ward Avenue, Potts Point

Bamboo Dumpling Bar

Chinese classics and indie music. Night sorted.

140 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills
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Harajuku Gyoza

In case you forgot, the Japanese make some mean dumplings too.

9 15 Bayswater Road, Potts Point
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