Gyoza is yummy! Nice and soft and fresh but pan fried and crispy too! You’d hope so though, considering it is a gyoza joint. It comes out on a sizzling plate, with onion and capsicum garnishes. The waitress then pours the sauce over the top, a delicious citrus, soy. We went for the chicken and vegetable
You do have to wait a while for the dumplings to cool, which if you’re like me and impatient to eat your food, it’s hard work.
Only note would be that I thought there would be more varieties. There was no beef or duck which I would consider to be staples.
Cheap meal though, worked out to $17 each for three of us, and we were all full to pop by the time we were leaving!