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eatsfromtheeast | Oct 6, 201607:26 PM     2

Not sure that's the real English name but that's what it shows on the Yelp page (https://www.yelp.ca/biz/the-dumpling-...). I don't recall seeing any name while walking into this place. It looks like an apartment that's being used as a small dumplings restaurant.

There are maybe six choices of fillings. I got the most expensive ones ($12 each, 15 dumplings per order) which were lamb coriander and shrimp+pork. They have some soup in them but I wouldn't really consider them soup dumplings. They were very tasty. I could tell what I was actually eating. I had them boiled. My friend thought the skin was a bit thick but I thought it was fine. It's run by a Chinese couple, they know English and little to no French. It's on Clark street just below Prince Arthur. They've been open for two months.

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