Best Spots for Drinks and Dumplings | Sydney

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 momos, to soupy parcels to crescent-shaped wontons, here are the venues in Sydney to get your drunken dumpling fix:

Harajuku Gyoza

1/14 Darling Drive, CBD

Exceptional gyoza means it’s been cooked crispy underneath but remains steamy and juicy on top, which is exactly how Sydney’s Harajuku Gyoza serve theirs. This place is cool and fun and boasts over 100 types of sake.

Happy D’s

169 Regent Street, Redfern

If variety is what you’re after, Happy D’s has got it in spades. Die-hard dumpling seekers have this spot high in their personal rankings, and it’s easy to see why. You won’t get through the drinks list in one seating though; it’s huge!

Dumplings & Beer

9 Ward Avenue, Potts Point 

Dumplings & Beer in Potts Point is small and simple and can seat just 25 guests at a time. They offer only 14 menu items, about half of which are dumplings or buns. Their beer list though… that’s deliciously lengthy!

Lucky Cat

252 Coogee Bay Road, Coogee

This dumpling joint packs quite a punch! The Lucky Cat sits in Coogee and is home to outstanding dumplings, buns, BBQ pork, lamb gyoza, frozen negronis, cherry blossom martinis and plenty of jazz to wash it all down.

Crane Bar

32 Bayswater Road, Potts Point

Whether you’re up for a big boozy sesh or just dumplings between cocktails, Crane Bar is always an excellent option. Cocktail-wise, we love their Yuzu Sour and the Umami Mary! Start with the pan-fried vegetable gyoza.

Logan’s Momo Joint

154 Glenayr Avenue, Bondi Beach

By far, momos are not as popular as dumplings or gyoza, but those who’ve tried them know exactly how wonderful these parcels of delight truly are. The fillings are complex and the wheaty dumpling skins are steamed to translucent perfection. Get to this momo joint, slowmo!

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