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There are good dumplings, and then there are HuTong’s dumplings. Found on Commercial Road, HuTong Dumpling Bar Prahran provides diners with far eastern flavours that delight all the senses. Whether you like them fried, steamed or in a soup, the dumplings at this local hotspot will bring a smile to your face, your stomach and even your wallet – despite the exceptionally high quality of the food on offer, HuTong Dumpling Bar is surprisingly affordable. You’ll find the restaurant across the street from Prahran Market and just down the road from Fawkner Park, with many transportation connections close by for those who live across the city. Book to save your table at this busy Chinese restaurant.
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We went on a Sunday evening amidst coronavirus, so numbers predictably down. Everything great, bar one waiter who was a bit hopeless.
we got in as soon as they were open for dinner so it was very quiet. very attentive and food was delicious
We are regular -Food is great. Resturant staff (waitresses) they have a language problem so it become really hard to communicate with them for ordering food.
If you’ve been craving something that warms the soul as well as the body, HuTong Dumpling Bar Prahran is here to save the day. This local legend dishes out tasty dumplings and Chinese food that will kill off your cravings faster than you can say ‘dim sum’. Found on the ground floor of a five-star hotel on Prahran’s busy Commercial Road, this restaurant is an excellent place to refuel after an exhausting day of retail therapy.
Chinese food doesn’t get a whole lot better than what’s being served up at HuTong Dumpling Bar, and you’ll be happy to know that the menu is huge. Although dumplings are the obvious draw card here, you’ll also get to choose from other Chinese specialities including roast Peking duck, king prawns in Szechuan sauce, salt and pepper squid, pan-fried cod fish with soy sauce and Mongolian lamb fillet. The main courses are a little pricier than the dumplings, but they’re well worth it. Go for a banquet if you want to get the most out of your experience, and be sure to finish up with dessert if you manage to save room – try the pumpkin cake with ice cream for a unique sweet treat that won’t let you down.