What’s better than gyoza and beer? Well, if it’s gyoza and beer in one of the most fun restaurants in the country, then not much in our opinion. Harajuku Gyoza is without a doubt the most iconic gyoza restaurant family throughout Queensland, and their latest space in Toowoomba is as stylish, quirky and eclectic as you’d expect. Specialising in dumplings, this Japanese restaurant is one of the most joyful dining experiences you’ll have – happiness is the name of the game at this city centre spot, that’s for sure. You’ll find Harajuku Gyoza on Ruthven Street – make sure you try the sake!
Delicious food, lovely beer and great service as always! Missing the old sun dried tomato and mozzarella gyoza though... a comeback would be greatly received (ooh and cheeseburger gyozas too!!)
Nice place, great food! Highly recommended whether you’re by yourself or with a group of friends or relatives. Great place to bring visitors or to impress the boss.
We had a small group of seven people, There was Lots of great food and delicious cocktails. Highly recommended for an evening with family or friends.
So what makes Harajuku Gyoza the Japanese dumpling favourite it is? Well, as we mentioned earlier, it’s all about happiness and their Toowoomba restaurant is no exception. With dumplings cooked to perfection in true Japanese style (crispy on the bottom and steamed juicy on the top) with a plethora of fillings, alongside izakaya dishes, yum bowls, chicken dishes and sweet treats, Harajuku Gyoza is the ideal choice to bring the whole family, or for an overdue catch-up with friends as there is sure to be something to satisfy even the most discerning of diners.
So what fillings are we talking about? Well, Harajuku Gyoza are dumpling specialists after all, so keep an eye out for fillings like grilled or poached duck, pork and kimchi, lemongrass chicken, three-cheese, and grilled vegetable. Or, why not order up some open gyoza filled with smoked salmon, tofu or pork belly kakuni? The best course of action at this Toowoomba haven is to order up a few of each kind, with a few sides of course and share them with your party. Oh, and did we mention sake? Well, if you’re visiting Harajuku Gyoza it’s a must you try the sake experience – we don’t want to ruin things, but let’s just say you’ll be in for a treat. This funky spot is nestled on Ruthven Street in the city centre, and it’s popular to say the least so booking ahead is essential.