I'm such a sucker for limited-time options at local restaurants. I follow several on Facebook and, every so often, one might mention they have a new item they're trying or something unique just for the week. When I saw local Korean restaurant Joy Garden mention a Big Dumpling soup I knew I had to try it.

Here's the post I saw on Facebook.

Since it was a remote learning day for school I ended up order three orders. One for me and two more for people at home.

They weren't kidding. These dumplings were gigantic! Very filling, too. This soup also included rice cakes which are basically these chewy disks of rice that absorbed the flavor of the broth. They were super good as well. I bought 3 orders bud didn't need that much as nobody could finish theirs, including myself.

Not sure how much longer this will be available at Joy Garden or if it'll be something you can ask for later like a 'hidden menu' item but I might recommend placing an order while you can. I know I'll be ordering again.

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