About Harajuku Gyoza - Potts Point
Japanese food in Sydney is usually focussed around sushi and sashimi, or if you’re lucky, a few yakitori skewers or a chicken teriyaki. There is so much more to Japanese cuisine than these favourites, however, and if you head over to Harajuku Gyoza on Bayswater Road in Potts Point, you can try some of the more rustic specialities from the Land of the Rising Sun. What the sushi bar is to midday, the izakaya is to the evening, the place where sake is swilled and where the hearty dishes keep a coming, from the eponymous gyoza dumplings to ramen, don noodles and katsu curry. Book a table at Harajuku Gyoza and find out what they have to offer.
- Monday 17:00 - 22:00
- Tuesday 17:00 - 22:00
- Wednesday 12:00 - 22:00
- Thursday 12:00 - 22:00
- Friday 12:00 - 22:00
- Saturday 12:00 - 22:00
- Sunday 12:00 - 21:00
The izakaya is right at the heart of eating and drinking culture of Japan, providing sustenance to the salarymen and women getting stuck into the sake after a long day at the office. When you want to experience the classic fare of the humble yet welcoming izakaya in Sydney, then you need to make a move into Kings Cross and Harajuku Gyoza on Bayswater Road. They can provide an insight into this unique culinary tradition through a menu that takes in all the favourites of the genre.
The favourites at Harajuku Gyoza, as you’ll be astounded to discover, are gyoza dumplings, and their kitchen on Bayswater Road are experts in getting the very best out of fillings stuffed in dough. Choose from poached or fried and containing veggies, chicken, duck, pork or whole prawns, or if you’re not in the dumplings mood, don noodles, chicken katsu curry or a huge, overflowing bowl of ramen. Whatever your choice, you’ll never be let down by what they serve up to the hungry Kings Cross punters at Harajuku Gyoza. Book a table online today and make a date with some of the best Japanese cuisine in Sydney city centre.
Good food, nice atmosphere. A bit loud when people are ordering sake but overall, it was fun. Chicken karaage was very tasty. Rain drop cake was interesting.
FROM THE MOMENT WE WALKED INTO HARAJUKI GYOXA - POTTS POINT, IT WAS A PLEASANT AND HAPPY ENVIRONMENT. WE WENT SPECIFICALLY FOR THE RAINDROP CAKE AND WE LOVED IT. IT'S A GREAT RESTAURANT.
Really good had so much food all worth it (particularly the duck gyoza which is truly life changing). The ambience/vibe of the place really makes you think you're in a Tokyo bar. Went during a rainy Sunday lunch so was pretty quiet but if place were busy it'd be really buzzing.
Gyoza's were delicious, especially the duck one. The fries were a bit below par, but everything else was great! Also cool modern japanese decor !
Fab casual diner. Waited at the door for a while to be seated and when seated it took a while to be served but if you're not in a hurry and looking for a fun and affordable place in the cross I'd recommend! Definitely order a sake - they yell something in Japanese and pour it everywhere. Order the octopus balls and the salted caramel gyoza for dessert!
We were in a group of 5 and booked early in the evening so the restaurant was not too busy. While the food was fantastic the service was very lacking. There were issues getting all of the food we ordered and it was almost impossible to get staff attention to order more food and drinks during the evening.
Good food, but we were seated next to a large noisy table (which made the ambiance poor and difficult to attract attention from wait staff).