Tonight, I found this little restaurant near my hotel, courtesy of an internet search. Located in a shopping mall which has many Asian businesses, this restaurant is well worth a second visit. Justifiably known for their handmade "gyoza" (dumplings or potstickers), the food and service were both very good.
I chose the "sui" (boiled) gyoza (as opposed to the "yaki" -- fried -- gyoza). The numerous dumplings were served with soup and salad, and the total cost was only $8.75. A real deal.
The restaurant is small, and perhaps better for carry-out than eating in because of limited seating. But it's extremely clean, well-lighted, and friendly. They have a variety of drinks, including a handful of Japanese beers. They accept major credit cards.
I liked it a lot, and will go back when I'm next in the area.
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