7A North Canal Road
Singapore 048820

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06:00pm - 11:30pm

06:00pm - 11:30pm

06:00pm - 11:30pm

06:00pm - 11:30pm

06:00pm - 11:30pm

06:00pm - 11:30pm

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Do take note that every customer has to order a cup of drink. A variety of sauces to choose from for the gyoza. Good gyoza and ramen.

Going to a restaurant called Gyoza Bar and not trying the Gyoza is like going to a chicken rice stall asking for chicken rice without chicken. I found the Gyoza to be very suitable for strong and light palette because the taste was very mild when I ate it on its own. Yet when I dipped it with the salt that comes on the side, it suddenly burst with flavours. It's the typical snack one would order with hot sake.

For photos and more details of the overall dining experience visit http://bluntandfussyeater.blogspot.sg/2017/10/gyoza-bar.html?m=1

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Enjoyed the strongly flavoured dry ramen with well cooked soft boiled egg and char siew. Gyoza Bar provides a good balance for the strong and light palette with alcohol to go with the food! For more photos and description on the dining experience visit http://bluntandfussyeater.blogspot.sg/2017/10/gyoza-bar.html?m=1


I totally enjoyed the chicken soup ramen with egg at Gyoza Bar. The broth was thick and flavourful. I also liked how the char siew and egg were faultless and the ramen not overdone. It's an awesome place to have dinner and chill out with a friend in the quiet little bar. In fact as I type, I feel the pang of reluctance to share about this place...

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Bite-sized and juicy, the five gyozas were stuffed to the max with a minced pork and celery mix. I was expecting to see stretch marks on that delicate skin wrapping! 😆

Harry Potter-esque address notwithstanding, this Japanese bar serves a deceptively looking simple bowl of ramen. Soft and silky but a little flatter and broader than the usual, the noodles came in a spectacular chicken broth. Already rich on its own, it becomes even more flavoursome when you mix in the spicy yuzu pepper smeared on the edge of the bowl.