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Melbourne’s Chinese community is a major player in the life of the city and the culinary scene that has sprung up around them is one of the major strings to their bow. Shanghai Dragon Dumpling House have several outlets all over Melbourne, from the city centre Chinatown to further out, and their latest location is in Prahran. The premises may be new, but the quality is as good as ever, with a menu that includes all the best in Chinese dumplings, whether steamed or fried, whether wontons or bao buns, whether in soup or filled with soup. Take a trip to Chapel Street, right in the heart of Prahran, for a Chinese restaurant that is sure to delight.
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Excellent dumplings😊👍🏻 Fast service, we would definitely return, thank you
The food is fast and delicious, the staff are kind and attentive. Recommend!
This visit there was a break down in communication at times, however the food was still lovely. I think they couldn’t cope with a large group and the staff were run off their feet. Would still return as the food made up for it.
Chinese cuisine is always popular in Melbourne, and whether your tastes are for dim sum or Peking duck, for noodles or stir fry, for seafood, meat or vegetarian, you are sure to find something that will suit your tastes. If dumplings are your thing, then you need to take a trip to Shanghai Dragon Dumpling House in Prahran, where they provide piles of stuffed specialities from their outlet on Chapel Street on the main dining drag of the area.
The dumplings at Shanghai Dragon Dumpling House come in various forms. They can be steamed, pan fried or floating in soup and stuffed with crab meat and pork, chicken and prawn, curry beef or with vegetarian fillings among others. All dumplings are filled with the house broth, so watch your mouth when you chow down, lest you end up with a steaming hot soup on the top of the mouth! There are far more options beyond just the dumplings with classic Chinese dishes like beef and black pepper, pork chops, stir-fried fish and plenty more besides, so book a table at Shanghai Dragon Dumpling House on Chapel Street in Prahran to taste them all – it’s some of the best Chinese food in Melbourne, so don’t make out.