Whether they're your go-to bite-sized first course or your jam-packed meat and vegetable-filled main meal, everyone loves dim sims and dumplings. And whether you prefer wontons or gyoza, pierogi or mandu, you'll probably find them at Welcome to Bowen Hills' first Dimmy and Dumpling Festival.
Across the weekend of July 21 and 22, the inner-city favourite will welcome a lineup of D&D-serving eateries for two days. Just which food trucks will be serving up their wares is yet to be announced, but expect them to be cooking up a storm from 11am until 10pm. Yes, that means you can enjoy momo for lunch, jiaozi for dinner and pirozhki in between.
Entry is free, and then it's a buy-what-you-plan-to-eat kind of deal. And while we don't recommend giving human food to dogs, your pet pupper is welcome to come along while you scoff down all of the dim sims and dumplings you can handle.