Discover an era of delectable Chinese cuisine

By Liane M. Roth

Come experience Dumpling Era, a delightfully delicious eatery now open in San Bruno and known for its modern interpretation of classic dishes and an emphasis on high quality, fresh and flavorful ingredients.

Dishing up delectable dine-in and take-out offerings, Dumpling Era is considered a cornerstone of the San Bruno community, featuring mouthwatering Chinese cuisine, excellent customer service and a friendly and knowledgeable staff.

Famous for its fresh noodles hand-made every day, and serving up three styles, fresh torn noodle, soup noodle and knife cut noodle, Dumpling Era also offers a tempting array of flavorful dumplings including a sensational, savory Shanghai soup dumpling and outstanding chicken and corn dumpling in a spinach wrapper along with lamb, shrimp and vegetarian filling options.

The black fungus salad is a surprisingly tasty starter; the beef roll pancake, cooked beef rolled into a green onion pancake and drizzled with scrumptious sauce; and the braised lamb noodle soup in a big bowl for sharing are just a few of the tempting options available to satisfy Chinese cuisine cravings.

Finally, the warm fried mashed taro cake featuring a flaky crust and soft, chewy taro middle bursting with flavor is a sweet but not too sweet finish to a savory meal in this intimate, yet bustling eatery tucked away in San Bruno.

Chinese New Year is Feb. 5, and this is the Year of the Pig, so celebrate with yummy, traditional Chinese dishes sure to please the palate. A Chinese proverb states “Eat dumplings when you leave home and eat noodles when you back home.” Nowhere is that more fitting than at Dumpling Era.

Dumpling Era is located at 354 El Camino Real; call 650-737-9899 or order online through our following partners: UberEats, Doordash, Grubhub and Postmates

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