Gyoza Bar can easily be missed with its unassuming single front window in Covent Garden. But it's worth seeking this place out, especially if you are a fan of its namesake specialty – gyoza (dumplings). Dig in to five different dumpling varieties: vegetable, chicken, pork, beef or salmon, or go for a variety platter if you can't make up your mind. If you're not full yet, a steaming bowl of fresh ramen should do the trick, or opt for the signature fried ice cream.
Venue Details & Map
63-66 St. Martin's LaneLondonWC2N 4JS
- +44 20 3601 7077
Top 5 reviews of Gyoza Bar
The pork gyoza and pulled pork buns are quite tasty, but for the price, this will definitely be a place I'll go if I feel like a splurge. A single pork bun will set you back 4.5 pounds and 5 pieces of gyoza will set you back 6.5 pounds. It'll take you two orders of buns and one order of gyoza to fill you up.
As for the noodles, they were okay...not the best, yet not the... more
I have mixed feelings about this place. The food is a bit average and you can get so much better at other places (Bao for bun, tonkastu for Ramen and Japanese centre for gyozas).
That being said for £9 you can have a very decent meal with 3 Gyozas, a small ramen, a bun and over bits depending which menu you get. All in all a good value for the price.
Stay away from drinks they are a steal... more
Hmm. I do love gyoza, and I was really excited to go try it out, but then I started reading reviews that it was just mediocre. And expensive. So I was passing and checked the menu - yep, expensive.
So I decided to leave it but then I had an email today that there was an offer with Hot Dinners - any gyoza and any ramen for £9 between noon and 5 and as I was doing a tour at the nearby Coliseum... more
Centrally located in St Martin's Lane/Covent Garden, new japanese restaurant.
Here used to be only Murakami restaurant, which now has been converted into 2 restaurants; A much smaller next-door Murakami and this newly added Gyoza Bar restaurant. Having tried both Murakami & Gyoza bar (same management), I would say that this is a mediocre restaurant. Nice gyoza to try as well as tasty buns but... more
If 3.5 stars was an options, that's what I'm giving.
The Gyoza bar was on my radar as I walk past it everyday heading to work. Some of my other colleagues were in the same boat, so we decided to take a trip at lunchtime.
The lunchtime menu is smaller than the dinner one, I had my heart set up on some steamed buns but a lunch time these are a no go! So I opted for the Gyoza Moriawase, the... more