Looking for a light lunch with a local taste. Hidden gem for gyoza lovers. Reasonable price and tasty enough to eat around 3 plates or more.
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The name says it all - this place only serves Gyoza but they are delicious. And very good value for money. The place has a real local nitty-gritty atmosphere, too.
A group of 4 visited this small gyoza restaurant on the recommendation of a friend who had lived in Japan for a number of years. The restaurant is really close to the JR railway station and was relatively easy to find, just up an alley way close to the station. We went at lunchtime and we were lucky to get... More
Yummy dumplings, very famous,quite delicios. Can be served right there or take-out. There's always a long que in front of the shop. I had a hard time getting there for the first time but I asked and everybody knew the place.
Recommended by a friendly stranger from Nashville. It's very close to the Kameido metro stop so don't wander too far from it like myself. I was lucky enough to run into a stranger who spoke no English, but knew the area and was able to show me the way with just a point to it on the map. Kameido Gyoza... More
This place is not easy to find but worth the trek. If you are adventurous, head out to JR Kameido Station, exit to the north and the restaurant is less than two minutes away. It is right down this street: http://g.co/maps/2qnua on the right side about 50 meters down.
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