Montreal Is Opening An All-New "Dumpling Restaurant"

Happiness on a plate.
Montreal Is Opening An All-New "Dumpling Restaurant"

Friends, as this stage in the game, I think it's pretty safe to say that everyone loves dumplings. I mean, what's not to love? They're served up piping hot, hand made fresh, with doughy skins and delicious, flavourful fillings (any combination of pork and dill is my life, in case you were wondering). To be honest, they're probably the perfect food.

It's no secret that I'm slightly in love with these little happiness envelopes, so imagine how super thrilled I was when I learned about La Maison De Mademoiselle Dumpling.

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La Maison De Mademoiselle Dumpling (6381 Rue St. Hubert) is the newest dumpling spot in La Plaza St. Hubert. Their dumplings are fresh and made in-house, and their menu features classic dumpling choices - like pork and celery - as well as a few staple appetizer options. If this sounds like your newest lunch fave (and be honest, you know it does), then you can check out their (unofficial) Facebook page for more information.

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