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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Gyoza King: Keisuke Gyoza - Always One Of The Best Gyoza In Singapore

I am back for the third and final time to try Keisuke Gyoza and the rest of the sides dishes.


I will be eating a lot, so I ordered Rice Extra Large. It doesn't really matter which size of rice you order, because the rice can be refilled as much as you want at no extra cost. 


Out of the two soups available, I still prefer Vegetable Soup.


Keisuke Gyoza is a little disappointing. It is supposed to be prawn gyoza, but I almost cannot taste the prawn.


This is the inside of the Keisuke Gyoza. You can see a few prawn bits, but not much. It only they can make the filling all prawn, I think it taste superb. I won't mind paying extra for that!


Japanese Vermicelli Salad is a cold side dish that is great as an appetiser with its sweet and sour taste.


Spinach With Soya Sauce & Bonito Flakes doesn't sit well with me. The spinach is tasteless unless dipped in the soy sauce. The bonito flakes gives the dish a more pleasing look, but does nothing to help with the taste of the dish.


Stir Fried Egg With Chinese Chives is a simple dish that reminds me of home. The only downside is the eggs are a little watery.


I didn't really enjoy Deep Fried Chicken With Spicy Sauce & Mixed Sesame very much probably because it is slightly spicy and I am not that fond of deep-fried foods.

I have finally tried all the three types of gyozas and eight side dishes that Gyoza King has to offer. I hope you have enjoyed the pictures asa much as I have enjoyed the food. Do pay them a visit when you are in the area because I guarantee you will not be disappointed. There is No GST and No Service Charge, so you can enjoy your meal knowing that the meal will not burn a hole in your wallet. 

Gyoza King
Address: 1 Tras Link, #01-15 Orchid Hotel
Telephone: 6804 6674
Opening Hours: 11.30am – 2:30pm, 6:00pm – 10:30 pm (last order 10pm)

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