About Harajuku Gyoza - Beer Stadium Darling Harbour
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About the restaurant
Harajuku Gyoza Darling Harbour has taken Sydney by storm. Brand new to the dining scene, this quirky and vibrant space is part of the iconic Harajuku Gyoza that Japanese food lovers have been loving for quite some time now. Located along Darling Drive, in the heart of the bustling Darling Harbour, you’ll be in for a dining experience to remember, that’s for sure. Perfect for groups or date nights, you’ll find an extensive gyoza menu alongside Japanese bowls, izakaya-style sharing platters and a particularly enticing sake and drinks list – just saying. Sydney isn’t shy of quality restaurants, but Harajuku Gyoza in Darling is one of our favourites. Bookings are essential.
So, what makes dining at Harajuku Gyoza so special? Firstly, this is arguably one of the happiest places to dine in Sydney. The gyoza on offer here are described as little Japanese dumplings of happiness, because they’re crispy on the bottom and juicy on the top – simply delicious! Then, there’s the infectious atmosphere, perfect service and the wide range of sake, beer, and wine that wash down those pockets of joy just perfectly. Yes, please and thank you! With a range of restaurants peppered throughout Brisbane Sydney, this spot in the Beer Stadium, Darling Harbour lives up to its reputation and we can’t recommend dining here more.
So, what can you expect from the Harajuku Gyoza Darling Harbour menu? It goes without saying that no trip to this Sydney hotspot is complete without sampling some Japanese gyoza. We love the pork and prawn with ginger and spring onion dressing; poached duck gyoza; the open gyoza with slow-cooked pork belly, apple and pickled ginger and the lemongrass chicken. You’ll also find agedashi tofu; chicken karaage and plenty more non-gyoza dishes that are all packed with flavour. So, if all this sounds right up your alley, book a table and head to Harajuku Gyoza in the Beer Stadium on Darling Drive in Darling Harbour.