Best Spots for Drinks and Dumplings | Brisbane

Drinks and dumplings… a combination that fixes just about everything! We’ve noticed you’re all pretty obsessed with boozy dumpling sessions. We get it, there’s a lot to love about this…

Drinks and dumplings… a combination that fixes just about everything!

We’ve noticed you’re all pretty obsessed with boozy dumpling sessions. We get it, there’s a lot to love about this pairing! So, we thought we’d tell you where to get the best deals on this duo. Call it a boozy dumpling sesh, drinks and dumplings or just ‘drumplings’.

From places known for open-topped siu mai to soupy parcels to crescent-shaped wontons, here are the venues in Brisbane to get your drunk dumpling fix:

Harajuku Gyoza

184 Grey Street, South Brisbane

Exceptional gyoza means the parcel has been cooked crispy underneath but remains steamy and juicy on top, which is exactly how Harajuku Gyoza serve their gyoza. This place is cool and fun and boasts over 100 types of sake.Brisbane Dumplings |

Peng You

76 Skyring Terrace, Newstead

This modern Chinese restaurant in Brisbane will have you rethinking everything you know about Chinese dumplings. Their menu is designed to encourage a hands-on, communal vibe and the share plates are more like yummy tapas than yum cha.Brisbane Dumplings |

Mr Hong Modern Asian Restaurant

321 Montague Road, West End

This Chinese and South East Asian restaurant offers one litre cocktail jugs, a lengthy wine list and unforgettable dumplings like their Lobster & XO Dumplings and Pork Dumplings. There’s even an innovative vegan tasting menu!Brisbane Dumplings |

Chu the Phat

111 Melbourne Street, South Brisbane

A vibrant restaurant and bar in the Fish Lane dining precinct, Chu the Phat focusses on flavours from the hawker stalls of Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong so there’s a huge range of dumplings. It’s also a perfect place to find a new favourite cocktail!Brisbane Dumplings |

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