This dumpling house prides itself on hand-rolling each dumpling with an incomparable level of care and devotion. With another location in Downtown Montreal, the original Chinatown location is often overlooked due to the plethora of nearby options, but has remained consistent in its friendly customer service and attention to detail. You can look at other menu options if you want, but really, you come here for those scrumptious pillowy goods.
UPDATE, winter 2022: Despite its small size, Chinatown, Montreal is bursting with restaurants that make up some of the best dining options in the city. From weekend brunch services brimming with dim sum to daytime bakeries and Chinese restaurants dishing out plates after plates to hungry late-night diners, the best eateries of this area as reliable as they are delicious. Concentrated around a stretch of pedestrian-only road sandwiched between the Quartier des Spectacles and Old Montreal, it’s accessible for people to reach at all times of day. What’s perhaps most interesting about Chinatown, Montreal is that it also offers a handful of other types of cuisine other than Chinese food, including Vietnamese, Japanese, a well-established Mexican offering, and—if you know where to look—you might even find yourself in a basement tiki cocktail bar.