Another Day At Harajuku Gyoza

 
Photo Credit : Leon Korobacz

Photo Credit : Leon Korobacz

Just another day at my favourite Japanese restaurant and bar in Sydney. Harajuky Gyoza, located in Potts Point, makes this insanely yummy slushy beers (read all about it here) and the gyozas make perfect share plates. 

My #instagramhusbands and I came over to try Harajuky Gyoza's 

We even did a Harajuku Gyoza dance with the manager, Seunghwan Moon, which, by the way, looks easy peasy but it's a challenge. I have to say, I was trailing behind, haha!

Now, have you tried their monthly special, new Loaded Karaage yet? The crispy chicken karaage was to die-for with melted cheese and spicy mayo, sprinkled with a generous topping of cheesy salt crumble and spring onions. We devoured the dish in minutes. It was that good!

Well, if you're ever in Potts Point, check this place out. An awesome hang out with friends for a good beer and a good laugh.

xm

Harajuku Gyoza
9/15 Bayswater Rd, Potts Point NSW 2011
 

Harajuku Gyoza

 
Photo Credit : May Leong

Photo Credit : May Leong

When I stepped into Harajuku Gyoza in Potts Point, it took me straight back to that time I was in Tokyo. With quirky Japanese decor, Harajuku Gyoza is kawaii and cosy at the same time (oh, and that beer glass was too cute to handle!).

I love their opening line of their website's menu. It goes like this, "You are like a hungry salaryman in a Japanese izakaya. You are thirsty and your appetite is big like Godzilla. So try grilled gyoza."

My #instagramhusband and I went a little bit crazy with gyoza. We ordered a variety of poached duck, grilled pork and grilled prawns. They were all just simply delightful and went very well with our Slushy Cider. OMG I was super excited as this was my first experience drinking Slushy Beer. Let me tell you this, I feel like a big kid again.

Chicken Ramen and Teriyaki Chicken Don were the main dishes, which we devoured pretty quickly. We couldn't resist the Izakaya sides of Pork Belly Kakuni and Agedashi Tofu. Kakuni iliterally means "square simmered" and every square tasted so tender and juicy.

The Jelly Watermelon is Harajuku Gyoza's latest creation and the pink jelly taste just like what you'd expect, a watermelon infused jelly. It was pure happiness. Dotted with chocolate drops, I wished I did not have to share my Jelly Watermelon with my #instagramhusband. I'm a sweet tooth and it's something I really want to have all to myself teehee:)  

Harajuku Gyoza is a really fun and casual Japanese Bar to hang with friends. Lovely and friendly staff. Couldn't have asked for more. I'm definitely returning again for more Watermelon Jelly and Slushy Beer.  

Harajuku Gyoza
9/15 Bayswater Rd, Potts Point NSW 2011
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