Where To Find London's Best Dumplings

Ahh, dumplings... the delicate bite-sized morsels that we just can't seem to get enough of. From hidden Chinatown restaurants to sexy sky-high eateries, these are the top places to get your East Asian fix. Whether you've got a taste for succulent steamed parcels and drool-inducing cheeseburger-stuffed gyoza or oozy xiao long bao, our guide on where to find London's best dumplings has it all.

Last updated on 3rd October 2022

Market Halls

Bringing some of the city's top street food traders together under one roof, Market Halls is the place to find some of the best dumplings in London. At the West End and Victoria sites, BaoziInn has got dim sum like pork baozi and ruby prawn balls.

Ping Pong

If there's one place that you can always rely on for great cocktails, service and dim sum in London, it's Ping Pong. And with outposts in Shepherd's Bush, Southbank and St Paul's just to name a few, you'll find Hong Kong Coladas and Chinese Lynchburgs matched with delicious bites all across the city. 

Dirty Bones

Inspired by NYC's dining scene and the music that comes with it, Dirty Bones is bringing a flavour of the Big Apple to Shoreditch, Soho and Kensington. There's bottomless brunch, vegan burgers and crafty cocktails but it's the cheeseburger dumplings for us; think housemade gyoza stuffed with mince and melted cheese. Drool.

The Red Duck

If you're on the hunt for vegan dumplings in London, the spicy sichuan number from The Red Duck could be just what you're looking for. Follow them up with aubergine and tofu smothered in black bean sauce, all washed down with a whole host of signature cocktails. 


Nestled on Soho's bustling Old Compton Street, Robata brings a taste of East Asia to the West End. Choose between sushi, small plates, bao buns and skewers grilled on the open flame. Whatever you do, leave room for the miso aubergine and a helping of kimchi gyoza.