Fried Pierogi

$7.00 · 54 Reviews

The lunch set consisted of 1 bowl of noodles, 3 pieces of dumplings and a drink! I ordered the miso and pork noodles, the fried pierogi dumplings, the passionfruit and the wolf berry longan drink. Noodles were tasty and springy as the sauce coated all the noodles! Dumplings were crispy and cheesy as it was filled with bacon and cheese! Drinks were ok only. The free portion of bean sprouts was given before the meal was served and was a great appetizer.

Located at 44 Amoy Street, Singapore 069870. .
Fried Pierogi, $8 (gang of five). Have been missing their dumplings so much! They were so good and unforgettable! Deep fried to golden perfection🧡🧡 Dumplings were stuffed with smoked bacon, truffle potato, caramelised onions! This is our favourite of all, and we couldn’t resist but order another serving to ease our craving! .
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Waited more than 2 hours for a table; will I do it again ? Definitely 🥟🥢 •

Again, I love being spoiled with choices; assorted dumplings, both pan fried and boiled 😍 and they even serve bowls of homemade egg noodles which were to die for ! If only they have it in KL too. Next time I’m back at SG again I’ll def make reservation #highlyRAEted •

The Original • Spicy Sichuan • Momo Curry • Fried Pierogi • Braised Pork Noodles •
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Ordered this again! I like how it’s crisp on the outside, with a creamy filling. It contains mashed potatoes (that r not the yucky instant kinds) & bacon. Best eaten while it’s hot. Got this as part of the burpple set, but I think it’s too pricey without 1-4-1.

Another interesting item on the menu is this fried dumpling which wasn’t oily at all!! amazed by this! Really crispy on the outside and soft on the inside!

Although this was the hub’s favourite, a personal downside was that the potato taste was a little too intense. But the sriracha cream did give quite a kick!

I have ordered their lunch set which includes the braised pork noodles, fried pierogi dumplings (4 pieces) and the grapefruit thyme strawberry green tea. It was very delicious!!! It is so worth it with the 1 for 1 deals! P.S I highly recommend to make a reservation if you are planning to go during lunch time.


We ordered 5 lunch sets and use the Burpple one for one deal 👍🏻 their lunch set is $16 and includes a bowl of ramen, a plate of 4 dumplings and a drink which is v worth it even without the Burpple deal.
We ordered 3 different dumpling flavors to try: fried pierogi, original and the veggie mandu. My favourite has to be the fried pierogi cos it has cheese inside!!! 🥰 The original and veggie mandu were good too but were not as special as the pierogi.
Drinks wise I ordered the salted plum wolfberry pu-erh, which I love cos I’m a big fan of salted plum drinks. I loved how they added the wolfberries to add a tinge of sweetness and health to the drink 💪🏼

Overall really enjoyed the meal and would go back for the lunch set even without the one for one deal ☺️

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Back here again and I’m a little disappointed as the noodles weren’t as flavourful as they were before, but still decently good! Their fried pierogis are still as crispy and delicious as I remember it to be so all is well ☺️ ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣

Worth a try if you’re looking for a variety of dumpling options, but wouldn’t return for seconds. Pretty interesting concept with different types of dumplings - from fried pierogis to sichuan style dumplings. Dumplings tasted alright, noodles were so-so.

It’s really worth a try to come visit dumpling darlings! Had the dumpling party (consists of 5 diff dumpling flavours, 3 each), sichuan noodle, miso mushroom noodle, dumpling dessert and the sour plum pu er tea.

My bf liked the dessert dumpling the most but if you’re a savoury kinda person, I think you’d like the fried pierogi dumpling instead. All the dumplings were pretty good and unique with special sauces that compliment.

The noodles were really nice toooo, the sichuan had more taste and spice whilst the miso mushroom was a lot lighter in flavour ensuring you don’t feel too gelak.