Worldwide icon-chevron-right North America icon-chevron-right United States icon-chevron-right New York State icon-chevron-right New York icon-chevron-right Drunken Dumpling

Drunken Dumpling

Restaurants, Chinese
 (Photograph: Michelle Yan)
1/5
Photograph: Michelle YanXL soup dumpling at Drunken Dumpling
 (Photograph: Michelle Yan)
2/5
Photograph: Michelle YanDumplings at Drunken Dumpling
 (Photograph: Michelle Yan)
3/5
Photograph: Michelle YanPork soup dumplings at Drunken Dumpling
 (Photograph: Michelle Yan)
4/5
Photograph: Michelle YanVegetable dumplings at Drunken Dumpling
 (Photograph: Michelle Yan)
5/5
Photograph: Michelle YanDrunken Dumpling

Time Out says

Restaurateur Yuan Lee is keeping it all in the family with this East Village dumpling parlor. The executive chef is his mother, Qihui Guan, who put in kitchen time at soup-dumpling icon Joe’s Shanghai. The xiao long bao on offer here run the gamut from classic (pork or crab meat, both served in a pork-bone broth) to the grandiose (extra-large scallop-shrimp dumplings in a chicken-bone broth). Along with the soup dumplings, diners can expect a quartet of jiaozi (pot stickers)—pork with bacon and mixed nuts, chicken with truffle oil and cashews, shrimp with seasonal vegetables, and vegetarian with tofu, spinach and clear noodles—and also buns, from savory (steamed pork with scallions) to sweet (red bean with local honey). The 26-seat canteen lives up to its name with a wide selection of local (Sixpoint) and Asian (Tsingtao) beers, as well as sake. 

Posted:

Details

Address: 28 E 2nd St
New York
10003
Cross street: between Seventh Ave and St. Marks Pl
Price: Average dish: $12
Contact:
Opening hours: Mon–Thu, Sun noon–4pm, 6–10pm; Fri, Sat noon–4pm, 6pm–midnight
Do you own this business?
You may also like
    Best selling Time Out Offers