Vanessa's Dumpling House

Row 1

310 Bedford Ave (at S 1st St)
Brooklyn, NY 11249
(718) 218-8806
Mon–Thu, Sun: Noon–11:00 PM Fri–Sat: Noon–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • One of the best cheeseburgers in brooklyn!
  • Avoid the bubble tea at all costs. Worst I've ever had! Bubbles are boiled till oblivion.
  • Eat your heart out for under 5$
  • Seriously cheap eats - like jaw dropping I'm never going to do the pre-payday starve again cheap. Get the pan fried pork and chive dumplings for freaking 1.25. Did I say it's cheap? (And delicious)
  • If you get the soup, plan on being there a half hour. It's that goddamn hot.
  • Cant go wrong w/ Shrimp dumplings and a Tuna Pancake sandwich, unless you dont eat fish. If thats the case, this isnt a good tip for you.
  • Super cheap and incredibly unsatisfying. But it's cheap.
  • Eat a dumpling!
  • Don't get the hot & sour soup. Do get everything else :)
  • Avoid the weird hot sauce disguised in Siracha bottles.
  • Really cheap and delicious. Good spot for vegetarians.
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  • Try #11 Wontons w spicy sauce. Deeeelish.
  • Chive and pork dumplings, pork and mushroom fried buns, sesame pancake with egg. Under $6. Bet you can't finish it.
  • Cleaner than Chinatown one(thus, prob not quite as tasty), tough to beat noodles + sesame pancake + pint of decent beer < $10, but there's this constant high-pitched sound that's driving me insane
  • The food is so cheap that you'll be hard-pressed to meet the (unposted) $10 credit card minimum if you're paying for only yourself.
  • Eat a lot of dumplings and take a frozen pack home.
  • Dirt cheap. Find the things you like and stick to those; not everything is great but the good stuff is
  • Way watered down sriracha. Shake the bottle - it sloshes like water. Boooooooooo. Otherwise great place, though.
  • This place supplies ridiculously cheap, deliciously authentic dumplings. It may almost always be hot and crowded inside but isn't that part of the New York experience?