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At Juicy Dumplings on Chapel, it’s all about dim sum. Whether you like it fried, steamed or on a skewer, this Melbourne favourite’s got you covered. The restaurant’s casual setting and relaxed vibe makes it a perfect spot for lunch or dinner in the heart of Prahran. Open seven days a week, Juicy Dumplings looks forward to serving you whenever your cravings strike – its location on Chapel Street only moments away from Prahran station and numerous tram stops makes it an especially convenient choice.
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best place to have dumplings in the South Yarra .
The food is OK, good value for money since we have a Groupon voucher
Absolutely amazing food & lots of it. Best dumplings I’ve ever had & service was amazing.
Juicy Dumplings is one of Prahran’s most trusted destinations for great dim sum, and for good reason – the food is of the highest quality standards, the service is friendly and knowledgeable, and the restaurant itself is comfortable. The interior features red and white striped walls, Chinese red lanterns, and an open kitchen which allows you to observe as your dish is prepared. Plus, the servers at this Melbourne hotspot will make you feel right at home as you slurp down your soup or scarf down your dumplings.
Steamed or fried, the dumplings at Melbourne’s Juicy Dumplings on Chapel are on point. Go for steamed dumplings stuffed with fillings like scallops, prawns or BBQ pork and vegetables, or you can indulge in fried delights like crispy spring rolls, curry puffs, spring onion cakes, or crispy fried wontons. There are even gluten-free dumplings available for guests with food allergies! The mains at Juicy Dumplings on Chapel are also tasty, and include a number of options such as Chinese broccoli with garlic sauce, Malaysian chicken with salad, or salt & pepper calamari. It’s all waiting for you at Juicy Dumplings – book ahead to save your table at this restaurant on Prahran’s Chapel Street.