Every culture has some version of dumplings ... try them all at the Queen Vic Market.
Making its glorious return after a two year pandemic-induced hiatus, the International Dumpling Festival is set to grace the sheds of the iconic Queen Vic Market on October 31. Entry is free, with online registrations, so if you’re partial to a good ol’ xiao long bao, pierogies, gyoza, momos, matzah balls, ravioli or one of the other countless dumpling variations, this is the food festival for you.
What you need to know
- The Queen Vic Market are hosting an international dumpling festival on the eve of the Melbourne Cup public holiday
- It’s set to feature delicious variations of dumplings from across the world including xiao long bao, pierogies, gyoza, momos, matzah balls, ravioli and more
- It all goes down on October 31 and entry is free, but registration is recommended
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There will also be a full spectrum of entertainment, ranging from multicultural performances, roving performers and kids’ entertainment. Enjoy delicious and wholesome dumplings alongside fun, family friendly events.
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With delicious street food and drink from across the continent, The Queen Victoria Market is a bastion of Melbourne’s local food and culture scene. Since they opened in 1878, The Queen Victoria Market is known for their extensive festivals and activities, as well as having fresh food available to purchase.
Entry is free but make sure to register to secure your spot – you can do so here.