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2014-12-12 115 views
As recommended by a friend, I came here to try their fried gyoza which I supposed they are famous for as their set meals mostly come with a plate of gyoza. Their fried rice set with gyoza costs $12.90++. The fried rice was pretty flavourful and not lumpy. Rice was well-cooked. Gyokai ramen set $11.90++: The soup was light-tasting but not bland and the meat was tender but fats did not have the melt-in-the-mouth texture. The gyoza was somehow disappointing, coming from a restaurant that specialize
The gyoza was somehow disappointing, coming from a restaurant that specializes in handmade dumplings. The dominant taste was salty and fillings resembled that of meat paste. They were very moist too and had some gravy in it.