Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Gyoza King

It was the day after the Vancouver riots and we went downtown to watch Wicked at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre.  Where the display glass windows had been smashed in, boards had gone up at Sears, The Bay, BMO and other businesses overnight and people were leaving messages on them - everything else had been cleaned up by the city and other volunteers.  

Vancouver Hockey Riots
 Vancouver Hockey Riots

One Day after Vancouver Hockey Riots
Back to normal

After Wicked - the backstory of the Wizard of Oz (highly enjoyable and entertaining), we were feeling peckish and stopped by Gyoza King for a quick late night snack.  They have a wide menu and it was difficult narrowing it down to a couple of dishes.
Gyoza King Maguro Yukke
Maguro Yukke
I enjoyed the maguro yukke and am wondering what that sauce is - cos it is terribly addictive especially with the crispy seaweed.
Gyoza King Chicken Karage
Chicken Karage
We ordered a double portion of the chicken karage as D knows I love fried chicken and would probably have ended up eating most of it if we got just one portion.
Gyoza King Gyoza
Gyoza with pork and chives
Crispy and nicely fried - can't not order gyoza when you come to a place called Gyoza King right?

I'm coming back to try more dishes especially the grilled beef tongue.  There is definitely something here for everyone.

1508 Robson St
VancouverBC V6G
Gyoza King on Urbanspoon


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