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Dumpling Restaurants in Northcote

Be real – you love dumplings. It’s ok, most Aussies do – so QIKI Cuisine is here to bring you some advice on the local dumpling restaurants in Northcote! For some of us, tasting cuisines from around the suburbs is something that makes up for a potentially droll day. Having a set of steamed dumplings can help any afternoon or evening, so keep that in mind as you read the yummy description below.

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Merah

Malaysian,

238 High Street, Northcot, Northcote

  • Merah Phone number03 9489 3121
  • Merah Email addressEat@merah.com.au
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Taxiboat

Asian,

94 High Street, Northcote

  • Taxiboat Phone number03 9482 7882
  • Taxiboat Email addresstaxiboat_waiter1@outlook.com
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The Dojo Ramen Bar

Japanese, Ramen,

333 High Street, Northcote

  • The Dojo Ramen Bar Phone number03 9482 1247
  • The Dojo Ramen Bar Email addressdojoramen@gmail.com
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Wild Yak Tibetan

Tibetan,

350 High Street, Northcote

  • Wild Yak Tibetan Phone number03 9486 2733
  • Wild Yak Tibetan Email addressinfo@wildyakrestaurant.com

QIKI Cuisine Check

The dumpling restaurants in Northcote make their food from scratch. The dumplings come from a mix of flour, butter, parsley, chives, and more – they are Asian pot stickers! They taste like a ravioli pasta – or at least are filled with delicious meats. Dumplings can come boiled, baked, or fried, but no matter what, you get your pick of the following meat choices:

1. Chicken

2. Prawn

3. Pork

4. Steak

5. Veggie

If they can throw in a few of each for you, you really cannot go wrong getting homemade potstickers from the dumpling restaurants in Northcote. Most prefer the boiled method because the meat is cooked to sous-vide perfection, but to each their own; if you like crispy, go baked.

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QIKI History

The fascinating part about dumpling history is that while originating in China, almost every Asian culture – from South Korean to Japanese to Thai – have their own unique take on a traditional classic.

Like most of these cultural touchstones – from anime to technological innovation – we love those who have brought the dumplings to Aussie shores. It wasn’t until the 80s such restaurants were introduced, but now every suburb in Melbourne has a couple dumpling choices. We hope this post helps you pick the best dumpling restaurant in Northcote!

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