I have been raving about the place to a few of my colleagues so when the occassion arise for a reward lunch, it was the obvious choice.
Gyoza wise, they have the variety of pork, prawn and vegetable fillings in either boiled or pan fried style.
Today we ordered the prawn and pork fillings in both boiled and pan fried style.
The gyozas cost around $4.80 to $5.80 if i recall correctly.
The tonkatsu noodles....
I tried the garlic fried rice the last time i was here with my cousin and it was awesome. So this time round since we had more people, decided to also try the seafood fried rice.
the seafood fried rice was good but not as awesome as the garlic fried rice. The garlic fried rice was really fragrant and tasty!
the chicken karage is also really tender (definitely not breast meat) and tasty...
and the last dish... chicken soft bones...
the chicken soft bones are really good! The texture is just interesting! very good to chew!
we polished everything off!
the whole meal came up to about $80 plus. Gyoza-ya is located at basement 1 of Robinsons Orchard (the old Heeren building).