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Daily: 11:30 - 22:00

$12 based on 16 reviews
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. See what foodies like this place for
Victoria Zheng • 19 hours ago7 reviews 0 followers

Went to Gyoza ya with must anticipation as i have heard some favourable comments from friends.

had 2 versions of the fried gyoza and one boiled one.

the boiled one was pretty good, i like the miso glaze

but the stuffing of all the dumplings were weird, it tasted so artifical and just quiet inedible.

the drink of cucumber and lemonade was a pure gimick

the noodles were also a chore to consume as there were multiple steps to it..

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Victoria Zheng • 19 hours ago7 reviews 0 followers

Went to Gyoza ya with must anticipation as i have heard some favourable comments from friends.

had 2 versions of the fried gyoza and one boiled one.

the boiled one was pretty good, i like the miso glaze

but the stuffing of all the dumplings were weird, it tasted so artifical and just quiet inedible.

the drink of cucumber and lemonade was a pure gimick

the noodles were also a chore to consume as there were multiple steps to it..

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The Hungry Bunny • 24 Sep 2014554 reviews 20 followers

For the full review, please see http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2014/09/gyoza-ya.html 
 Gyoza Ya has the most amazing gyozas I've ever had in my life. Gargantuan and bursting with juicy goodness, we loved them at first bite and actually went back again in the same week to dabao dinner!
 
We had:
 
1) Yaki Gyoza Pork ($4.80): A beautiful caramelised crisp edge, juxtaposed against the chewy sides, enveloped a wonderful textural pork mince laced with cabbage and chives.
 
2) Yaki Crab...

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Li Tian • 03 Sep 2014190 reviews 8 followers

Full review and pics: http://dairycream.blogspot.jp/2014/09/gyoza-ya-singapore-new-crab-gyoza-and.html 
 
Gyoza, usually a side dish at Izakaya or ramen-ya, becomes the leading star at Gyoza-ya. Having opened at the old Heeren since last year, it has introduced new items to meet the ever-changing consumers' tastebuds. One of my favourites picks was the all-new Crab Gyoza $7.80, an interesting and flavourful twist to the traditional meat filling. Made with fresh crab instead of frozen crab meat, each dumpling is wrapped with the exact same...

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