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Gyoza-San: SG’s First Halal Gyoza Kiosk In Raffles Place And Marina One

Gyoza-San is a halal gyoza shop in Raffles Place

If you frequent the CBD, or more specifically CIMB Plaza‘s Basement 1, you may have come across a small but conspicuous kiosk with a bright red storefront that reads Gyoza-San.

Gyoza-San is said to be the first halal gyoza specialty store in Singapore. Over at their Raffles Place outlet, they’ve got eight gyoza flavours to choose from, including lesser-seen options of Mala ($6.90) and Unagi ($7.50).

Do note that the prices listed are for a box of six dumplings. These pot stickers are neatly lined up in a row, pan-fried on one side. According to a brand representative, Gyoza-San uses a traditional Japanese cast iron pan to fire up the gyoza right before they’re served, so you get a crispy exterior with a juicy middle.

There’s also the Tom Yam Kung ($7.50). These pink dumplings come with a side of tom yum sauce on the side so you can drizzle over as much or as little as you like.

Each piece comes with a prawn and chicken filling, pairing well with the tangy and punchy tom yum sauce that has a strong kick of spice. Take precautions if you’re not good with spicy food!

The SG Chilli Crab ($7.50) is another winning flavour that nods to the classic zi char dish. Here, you get six dumplings served with a sweet and mildly spicy chilli crab sauce on the side.

These dumplings are packed with a prawn, chicken, and crabmeat filling. You do get a small chunk of real crabmeat in each piece, which pairs well with the rich chilli crab sauce.

For a more substantial lunch, order their $10 Value Bento Meal For 1. You can choose from three options: Teriyaki Chicken, Yakiniku Beef, and Tori Kaarage.

During our visit, we went for the beef bento, which featured a generous mountain of yakiniku-style beef slices, sweet onions, and seaweed, piled atop short-grain rice.

The bento also comes with three Original gyoza, plus a small bowl of Superior Chicken Soup, so you’ll definitely be satiated after your meal.

Besides Raffles Place, Gyoza-San has two other outlets: Marina One and Sun Plaza.

For more food recommendations around the area, read our Raffles Place food guide! Otherwise, check out our Sodam Korean Restaurant review if you’re in the mood for some Korean BBQ in Tanjong Pagar.

Address: 30 Raffles Place, #B1-29, CIMB Plaza, Singapore 048622
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10:30am to 3:30pm
Tel: 9389 6993
Website
Gyoza-San is a halal-certified eatery.

Photos taken by Casandra Nicholas.
This was an independent visit by Eatbook.sg.

Anthia Chng

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