The search for the best Japanese food in Brisbane can often lead to an endless stream of raw fish and meat on skewers, but there is much more to the Land of the Rising Sun than just sushi, sashimi and yakitori. Back in the old country, when one wants something substantial to soak up the streams of sake, gyoza dumplings are top of the order for an evening snack. If you want to experience the finest in izakaya in Brisbane then you need Harajuku Gyoza – book a table at their outlet in the Indooroopilly Shopping Centre on Moggill Road and make your move over to find out what they have to offer.
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I went because of the birthday offer. I forgot to reedem my coupon, but did so after the meal - the management there was accomodating. I thank them for that, good for customer relations.
Food was great and staff are very friendly. Love this place.
The izakaya is central to the drinking culture of Japan, the place where food and drink meet to create that inimitable atmosphere. They are usually identifiable by a red light outside, a warm and welcoming atmosphere and a huge range of filling and tasty treats to consume. Harajuku Gyoza are your go to location in Brisbane if you’re looking for sake and sustenance, with several locations across the city, including one out in Indooroopilly inside the Indooroopilly Shopping Centre on Moggill Road. Make the journey and find out what they have to give.
How can Harajuku Gyoza cook a dumpling? Let us count the ways. When you book yourself a table at their outlet in the Indooroopilly Shopping Centre, their chefs will stuff the dough with pork, duck, whole prawns, chickens or veggies, before either frying the gyoza or poaching them according to your preference. Aside from the eponymous treats, one can also indulge in a hot bowl of ramen or done noodles, a chicken katsu curry or any one of their extensive repertoire of sides. All that waiting for you out in Indooroopilly at Harajuku Gyoza – reserve today.