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Sample Richmond’s Best Eateries In City’s New Dumpling Trail

Tourism Richmond is offering foodies a unique culinary experience where they can embark on a self guided dumpling tour across the city.

There are over 20 different kinds of dumplings and they come in all shapes and sizes. Some are water-boiled, others are deep-fried, and be sure to save room for dessert!

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The new tour being offered is called the Dumpling Trail and guides hungry visitors along the trail to sample dumplings from 15 different eateries.

Tourism Richmond has hunted down the top eateries in the city and narrowed it down to only the best of the best dumplings. They’ve compiled this information into a map which shows where you can get the dumplings and what kinds you should order.


“With over 800 restaurants in Richmond, dining choices can be overwhelming,” said Tracy Lakeman, CEO of Tourism Richmond. “We’ve carefully selected 15 eateries with some of the best dumplings, from upscale restaurants to hidden gems and food court stalls. These restaurants make up the Dumpling Trail, a walkable, self-guided tour that showcases Richmond as a culinary destination. Each location on the Trail offers unique varieties of dumplings and Tourism Richmond has identified some of the city’s best.”

Here’s a peek into just a few of the options being offered:

Su Hang Restaurant: Xiao long bao (soup dumplings) & water-boiled dumplings

Shiang Garden: Har Gow (shrimp dumplings)

Shibuyatei Sushi & Larmen: Japanese scallop gyoza

Golden Sichuan Restaurant: Spicy Chinese dumplings

For more information on their upcoming foodie tour, visit their website.

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