First it was a wine bar for just two nights and now it's a dumpling truck. Aldi is back with another special - for one night only it will run a dumpling tuck at Bankstown. On Friday, August 12, from 5pm, the Aldi Bankstown Central car park in Sydney will become a takeaway shop. For the low price of $1.44 shoppers will be able to swing by the Aldi Dumpling Truck to purchase a serve of six delicious Urban Eats dumplings, including Prawn Gyoza and a delicious new seasonal addition to the range, chicken dumplings. The Aldi Dumpling Truck will offer Sydneysiders a takeaway serve for less than $1.50, including prawn for just 25 cents per gyoza and chicken for 23c per dumpling, which is the equivalent price of the individual dumplings or gyoza if bought direct from the Aldi freezers. Aldi frozen food buying director Andrew King, said at a time when consumers were feeling the pinch, it was rewarding to provide an option for people to still enjoy their Friday night rituals. "We are so proud of our curated convenience range of frozen food items that have been developed by our trusted supplier partners and are a firm favourite with our customers for good reason." IN OTHER NEWS: All proceeds from the Aldi Dumpling Truck will be donated to Aldi's national charity partner, Camp Quality, a charity that brings positivity, fun and laughter back into the lives of kids facing cancer. The Aldi Dumpling Truck will be pitched up at Aldi Bankstown Central, Chapel Rd, on Friday August 12 from 5pm-7pm, while stocks last. Maximum of four serves per person. Cards only, no cash accepted. Can't make it to the Dumpling Truck? While one truck in Bankstown won't serve every dumpling aficionado in the country, Aldi has everyone else covered - the full range of dumplings are available in the freezer section across the country.