Daily: 11:30 - 22:00
Gyoza Ya is a Japanese restaurant specializes in Gyoza selections on their food menu. Diners are welcomed to an open concept dining area where the kitchen stadium is placed in the middle of the restaurant and guests are seated around to witness live cooking entertainment.
This is a nice place that offers unique and good gyozas! Red king crab gyoza, cheese gyoza, mentaiko-miso and others!! The place serves the gyoza two ways. Boiled gyoza and pan fried! Regardless of which, you will not be dissapointed! Gyozas were a little pricey so I suggest not coming on an empty stomach.
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Zacbhl : Born and raised in Singapore. Foodie, blogger, critic.
Ordered 2 plates of gyoza and 2 rice. Waiting time was over 40 minutes because the kitchen does not cook to order. Instead, they cook in big batches. So good luck to you if you are hungry and happen to be the first to order whatever gyoza in that particular cooking batch. You have wait to wait for several other tables to order the same thing and hit the kitchen quota before they start cooking. I was not the only unhappy one. Plenty of others around me commented on this.
I hope the management reviews this method because it is simply unacceptable.
Definitelty not worth the wait.
They charge $4.80 for vegie gyoza but $5.80 for a cup of yuzu tea. When the customer first sat down, the waiter will offer yuzu or malt tea, before showing the menu. So I selected yuzu tea without expecting it to cost more than the gyoza!
Spent $19.30 for a plate of vegie gyoza, garlic fried rice and tea. Food quality average, nothing fantastic.