Taiwanese street food and specialties include handmade dumplings, pork buns, noodle dishes, and a spectrum of dipping sauces
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires.Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 voucher per visit. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in or carryout only. Must use promotional value of each voucher in 1 visit, three visits total. Drinks not included.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
$11 for two Gropouns, each good for $10 worth of food (a $20 value)<p>
Owner Vivian Lin showcases the exotic flavors and street eats of her home country of Taiwan at her dine-in and take-out restaurant, Happy Dumplings. Handmade dumplings are stuffed with savory ingredients such as pork and cabbage, shrimp and veggies, or beef taco meat, and can be dipped in Asian condiments that include duck sauce, sweet chili sauce, and hot sauce. Some of Vivian’s other specialties include buns that she compares to Taiwanese burgers and a gourmet take on the classic chicken nugget. A chalkboard on the eatery wall heralds special soups, appetizers, and new chalk colors, in addition to rice, fries, and egg rolls.
The pork buns are out of this world-- among THE tastiest and uniquely prepared I've ever had.
Elizabeth W. ·
December 5, 2014
It's not just about dumplings folks. I just had the most delicious and fresh miso chicken soup with fresh veggies, and braised pork with fresh veggies. Both were excellent. And I'm picky about my asian food.
Diane V. ·
October 24, 2014
Great food. Friendly, knowledgable, patient with my indecisiveness. very good value.