Little Red Dumpling Moves Downstairs to Pancake Manor’s Iconic Site

Can’t get enough of Asian dumplings? Soon, you’ll get your fill of these delicious bites from the thriving Asian eatery, Little Red Dumpling, which is set to open its 10th location in Brisbane CBD.

Little Red Dumpling is moving into the downstairs section of the iconic red building of the 41-year-old restaurant, Pancake Manor, on Charlotte Street. 

The plans are all set for the Asian eatery’s development, through Sydney architects The Calabur, after the owners secured a long-term tenancy in the heritage-listed site.

Little Red Dumpling at the Pancake Manor could begin trading early next year.

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The Asian eatery is famous for its handmade sweet and savoury dumpling varieties, braised beef noodle soup and cumin lamb ribs. Its potato custard buns, the newest addition on the menu, is also fast becoming a crowd favourite. 

Every food choice washes down well with a bottle of ice-cold Tsingtaos and it’s how the elders in Guangdong enjoy their meals — sipping beer and consuming homemade dumplings. 

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Little Red Dumpling has outlets in Carseldine, Coomera, Cannon Hill, Maroochydore, Newmarket, Sunnybank Hills, Springwood, Toombul, Victoria Point and West End.

For updates on the CBD store’s progress and opening, follow the restaurant’s Facebook page.

“My wife and I had an enjoyable lunch here. We ordered the Pork Chive dumplings, Pan-Fried Pork dumplings and Xiao Long Bao dumplings, all were delicious and reasonably priced. The restaurant has a nice and clean contemporary interior and service is good. We’ll definitely be returning.”

jghoo, Tripadvisor

“Staff were very nice. Loved the food. Wontons in red chilli were great. As were lamb and coriander dumplings and pork dumplings. Definitely go again.”

Lyndal, The Fork

“Small in stature but nice friendly staff, love all the different dumpings that came out in the banquet menu selection. The desert especially the green tea ice cream was delightful, prices were good as well.”

Peter G, The Fork