According to a recently submitted permit application, the Livermore-based concept Papa’s Dumpling — known for its northern Chinese cuisine-style dumplings — plans to debut a new restaurant in Pleasanton.
Coming to 239 Main Street, the eatery will land near establishments such as Noland’s Cake Shop, The Everest Momo, and Vic’s All Star Kitchen.
For readers who are unfamiliar with Papa’s Dumpling, the business provides a brief introduction on its website: “Papa’s Dumpling is a small family-owned business. For us, making dumplings is a carefully honed craft, perfected through multiple generations.”
The statement continues, “Our dumplings are 100% handmade, with the freshest ingredients that we buy at the start of each week. We hand roll our doughs, hand cut, and season all the ingredients every day in our kitchen. It is very labor intensive and time-consuming, but we believe our customers will be able to appreciate the love we put in once they take a bite of our food.”
What Now San Francisco reached out to Papa’s Dumpling’s co-owner, Xiaojiao Zhu, to inquire about the new location, but he could not provide additional information before publication.