Do you like gyozas? A gyoza is a japanese dumpling or potsticker that actually has its roots in China! They are so delicious. And this place specializes in making them.
The Gyoza Bar is one of my favorite places to grab a bite (do I say that often?). I’m a big gyoza fan, and when I found out that there was a restaurant devoted to the art of gyozas, I had to check it out. Luckily Rubi & Anne are into gyozas too, so we all went for a lovely dinner one night.
Gyoza Bar is brilliantly set up. You only have to decide how many you want, and you’ve got 2 choices: 8 or 12. They serve them to you on a platter with a yummy dipping sauce. You have the choice to get a side of rice or of course a beverage if you’d like. I love the simplicity of the place.
The main floor has a large bar with the gyoza masters in the center. They also now have a basement that is quite spacious. Just one main tip: the turnovers go quickly, so don’t be discouraged if there is a line out front. Not to mention it’s a wonderful neighborhood for a post-gyoza stroll, up and down the boulevards and into the surrounding districts.
No reservations are needed.
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56 Passage des Panoramas
1 44 82 00 62
Métro Grands Boulevards/Richelieu Drouot (8/9)
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