At the end of the day, you can’t call yourself a dumpling fan if you haven’t given Drumplings a crack.
Cheeseburger dumplings. Yep, you read that correctly! Your two favourite foods come together at Drumplings...
Two words. 23 letters. Say it and we’re yours: cheeseburger dumplings. Yes, our two absolute favourite foods have been reunited at long last, and it feels (tastes!) so good.
The city needs new venues like this one. People that are willing to push the dumpling envelope. Head in here before the hype really hits. We’ve got a feeling this place is going to be big...
The new additions were chosen with us (I mean, their customers) in mind and the flavours they believed would spark fond memories and a sense of nostalgia. And they’ve hit the nail on the head.
Melburnians are pretty darn adventurous when it comes to food... But, the city’s new dumpling house takes things a few steps further.
Every dumpling tasted beautiful – a testament to the kitchen using locally sourced produced and sustainably sourced ingredients of the highest quality.
t’s modish pink wall and black bench seating gives in more of a cocktail bar vibe than a dumpling restaurant and while we visited in the day, it’s definitely somewhere we’d go back to sample a cocktail or two with some dumplings in the evening!
It’s a brave move – it’s one of those dishes everyone has an opinion on, but we’re pleased Drumplings have decided to take that risk and add it into their range.
Drumplings is a dining experience worth a visit, as the high energy atmosphere, friendly staff, offer for student discounts and delicious food is sure to make your interaction with classic and new style dumplings a memorable one.
Melbourne has just welcomed a new dumpling eatery that’s putting a modern spin on the traditional Chinese dumpling.
Your brain tells you you’re eating a dumpling, but your taste buds swear you’ve just bitten into a Macca’s cheeseburger. It’s insane.
A brand new funky and hip dumpling joint has opened up in the heart of China Town and is breaking all the boundaries.
Their couplings are almost inter-species, but genius.
While more sobering varieties such as pork and chive, prawn and ginger and mushroom dumplings do get a run on the menu, they are not the reason one visits Drumplings.
If you like dumplings, you’ll love Drumplings, where those delicious little parcels are served with a twist
Drumplings in Melbourne’s CBD have created these bizarrely good dumplings that come in all flavours of your favourite cuisines.
Drumplings - because sometimes you want a bit of everything!
It’s tongue in cheek molecular gastronomy – the sort of street-level experimentalism of Heston Blumenthal or Australia’s own Ben Shewry. But it works. The dumplings are juicy and surprisingly accurate to their promise.
Think about how incredibly clever of a convo starter this would be for a First Date city dins spot. Genius.
Instead of the flavours being strange, they actually worked really well with the softness of the dumpling skin.
I love the modern and young vibe.
I’m not kidding, it’s a party inside your mouth.