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Gyoza Bar: Sneak peek of menu and interior

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DH Vancouver Staff Sep 04, 2014 8:24 am

Vancouver’s first Gyoza Bar is slated to open Saturday, September 6 and we managed to get in and get a look at the interior and the menu prior to the public opening. 

The room was packed and the sake was flowing (on tap) as diners watched their food get made courtesy of an open kitchen.

The 2,600-square-foot 85-seat eatery at 622 West Pender Street will be serving lunch, dinner, and drinks–including their Aburi Restaurants Canada house sake on tap.

Gyoza Bar is part of the family of restaurants that includes Vancouver’s Miku and Minami.

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Vancouver’s Gyoza Bar: The Interior

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Vancouver’s Gyoza Bar: The Food

In order as shown below: all the gyoza dishes: teppan gyoza (the large 15 piece size); chili shrimp and pickled daikon; miso short rib and jalapeno-soy glaze; harissa tofu and kabocha, hainan chicken and ginger scallion rayu.
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In order as shown below: awase triple miso with sous-vide chicken; pork tonkotsu broth, and tomato-saffron seafood broth. all are served with hand made noodles made in house. no msg in the broth.
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Creole spiced steamed prawns; served in a sealed bag then cut open tableside.
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