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October 29, 2018

Harajuku Gyoza, Potts Point

Harajuku Gyoza, Potts Point

Back in my uni days I used to take a ‘dumpling tour’ in the Sydney CBD on weekends, and one thing I learnt is that, everyone loves dumplings. Lots of them too!

Harajuku Gyoza, Potts Point

So it’s not surprisingly that Harajuku Gyoza, a cute little gyoza joint in Potts Point, is quite the popular spot for a quick dumpling fix.

Harajuku Gyoza, Potts Point

Pork and Prawn Gyoza with Ginger and Spring Onion Dressing, Grilled ($9.8)

The menu is mostly filled with different gyoza varieties, as well as some izakaya share plates. Pork and prawn gyoza are like your typical Japanese style gyoza, with soft a soft wrapper encasing a delicate prawn and pork filling. The ginger and spring onion dressing is light and tasty.

Harajuku Gyoza, Potts Point

Beef with Shiso Gyoza, Grilled ($8.3)

Beef is a much less common choice of filling, but the beef with shiso gyoza is surprisingly tasty, the shiso imparting an unusual but delicious flavour.

Harajuku Gyoza, Potts Point

Mozzarella Cheese with Semi-dried Tomato Gyoza, Crispy Fried ($9.2)

For someone completely different we also try the mozzerella cheese and semi dried tomato gyoza which is super crispy, with stretchy cheese in each bite.

Harajuku Gyoza, Potts Point

Tempura Eggplant ($8.5)

Tempura eggplant is fried in a light, crispy batter, the eggplant itself silky smooth.

Harajuku Gyoza Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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