SINGAPORE RESTAURANT

Gyoza Bar

Gyoza and wine, it's literally written on the walls. 

Folks usually pair gyoza with beer. But this chic joint matches the dumplings with fancy champagne (from $98). A new concept in Singapore, gyoza wine bars are already popular in Japan. Hidden on the second floor of a North Canal shophouse (just upstairs of sister eatery Ramen Matsuri), this spot has just three main items on the menu: pan-fried gyoza (from $8.50), boiled gyoza ($9.50) and soup gyoza ($12.50). Order from their simple menu—it’s scrawled on the walls—and then dig into your dumplings side by side Japanese and local office workers who drop by for after work drinks.  

Folks usually pair gyoza with beer. But this chic joint matches the dumplings with fancy champagne (from $98). A new concept in Singapore, gyoza wine bars are already popular in Japan. Hidden on the second floor of a North Canal shophouse (just upstairs of sister eatery Ramen Matsuri), this spot has just three main items on the menu: pan-fried gyoza (from $8.50), boiled gyoza ($9.50) and soup gyoza ($12.50). Order from their simple menu—it’s scrawled on the walls—and then dig into your dumplings side by side Japanese and local office workers who drop by for after work drinks.  

Venue Details
Address: Gyoza Bar, 2 7A North Canal Rd., Singapore, 048820 Singapore
Phone: 8319-0875
Website: gyozabar.sg
Area: Raffles Place
Cuisine: Japanese
Price Range: $ - $$
Payment methods:
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 6-11:30pm
Nearest trainRaffles Place
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