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Cute little place to get some dumplings and buns. Nice outside seating.
Dumpling bento was surprisingly filling. The
Dumplings were tasty as well as the noodles.
The piggy bao was good but a little too fatty. A bit pricey compared to other dumpling restaurants in...More
There are a multitude of restaurants on Convoy Street of every Asian flavor. We didn't know exactly what we wanted and just cruised the street to see what hit us. We saw this one and were drawn in by the cute name and good Yelp...More
We pass Steamy Piggy at least twice a week.
It’s intrigued us for a while, but we have our regular haunts and the stomach wants what the stomach wants.
Today was the day for Steamy Piggy.
We decided if we could find parking, we would...More
The portions were small here. Baos were $4 - $5 and the size of a taco, but tasty. The soup dumplings were very yummy, but nobody in our party liked the dan dan noodles (very small portion) which had a peanuty sauce that was thick....More
Dumplings were tasty and pricing was fair. There was a bit of a wait as they seemed to be short staffed but they were polite and worked hard to keep up with the orders. My fave was the rainbow dumplings. Had to order of it....More
In an area with lots of Asian restaurants. Ordered a bunch of dishes to try. Favourites were the beef ho fun and the 3 cup chicken, both of which packed a lot of flavour. The back patio is really pretty and cosy, enclosed by greenery.
The dumplings were really good. Noodle dishes less so. Their January special was egg dumplings, which were delicious. Not too many vegetarian options. Outdoor seating much nicer than indoor. It’s kind of cool to see them make the dumplings.
1. The Sun Mai came out and one bite revealed the raw meat (pork)... We returned and changed to shrimp dumplings;
2. When we googled it, it says it's a Taiwanese Restaurant; but the waiter said, it's a Chinese restaurant? We were confused.