Seared momen tofu and oven baked miso infused eggplant
A great combination of flavours and textures made this dish very delectable.
BBQ calamari with white miso and vinegar coated rocket, served on Yamagata soba noodles
The calamari was seriously amazing; it was smoky and tender, and some of the best I’ve had in a while. Unfortunately there were only a few pieces to enjoy as the majority of this dish was rocket.
Salmon and broad bean tempura fritters with a Tasmanian salmon cream dipping sauce
The batter was extremely crispy however the salmon was slightly dry.
‘Son in law’ tsukune – pork, ginger and chilli meatball with a soft steamed egg and sweet soy
Underwhelming. I suppose I was expecting something bigger and something more unique tasting. This was just a average meatball with an egg on top.
The dishes here were delectable and well presented. Our waitress recommended 4-5 dishes to share between two people which turned out to be just the right amount. Service was attentive and the decor sleek and modern. I must return one day to sample their $17 lunch set menu.
(foil baked mix mushrooms with ponzu butter sauce)
What makes Gyoza Gyoza such an appealing place is that all their dishes are $6.50. With more than 80 Japanese tapas style dishes to choose from, we spent a fair amount of time deliberating over the menu. We had high expectations with the gyoza (due to the restaurant name) but they turned out to be rather ordinary and also smaller than expected. In fact most of the dishes we sampled turned out to be quite ordinary, with the only stand out dish being the baked scallops. Service was average and the small tables meant that it became a tetris challenge trying to fit all our dishes onto the table. Gyoza Gyoza may not offer the best Japanese food, but they do offer a wide variety for a decent price.