Lo­cal food:

Whether stuffed with pork, prawns, ve­g­ies or seafood, this selec­tion of tasty lit­tle morsels is among the most pop­u­lar around.

Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - TASSIE LIVING -

De­light in some of the best dumplings around.

Mu­lan THREE PIECES FOR $6.90

If you’re af­ter a sump­tu­ous dumpling ex­pe­ri­ence, it is hard to go past Mu­lan’s roast duck dumplings. With thinly sliced duck fill­ing, th­ese lit­tle treats are fin­ished off with a quick stir fry and are ac­com­pa­nied by chest­nuts and mixed veg­eta­bles.

343 El­iz­a­beth St, North Ho­bart

Dumpling Ex­press TWELVE PIECES FOR $11.75

When din­ing at the su­per­pop­u­lar Dumpling Ex­press, why choose one fill­ing when you can have them all? Try the lot, in­clud­ing pork, chicken and prawn, seafood and veg­etable, when you or­der the 12 pieces of the mixed pan­fried or boiled dumplings.

Shop 3/138 Collins St, Ho­bart

Writ­ten On Tea TWELVE PIECES – BOILED FOR $11 OR PAN-FRIED FOR $12

Try Writ­ten on Tea’s veg­e­tar­ian dumpling op­tion which in­cludes 12 hand­made pieces filled with tofu, veg­eta­bles, ver­mi­celli noo­dles and mush­rooms then cooked to per­fec­tion whichever way you like. The also do a de­li­cious pork and cab­bage va­ri­ety.

135 Bathurst St, Ho­bart

Aloft WOOD EAR AND SHI­ITAKE MUSH­ROOM DUMPLINGS $17

A restau­rant known for modern Aus­tralian cui­sine with an Asian twist is go­ing to do a good dumpling. Try the dainty wood ear and shi­itake mush­room dumplings which are full of fungi sourced from Cygnet.

Up­stairs, Pier one, Brooke St, Ho­bart

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