Had awesome gyozas at Gyoza no Fukuho (餃子の福包) at Nakameguro outlet last Saturday with my new-found Singaporean friends in Japan!
While waiting for our turn to enter into Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo, Leo recommended the rest of us to 餃子の福包, which was near the Starbucks, and we had a quick lunch over there!
We ordered a 20 pcs gyoza plate, with 2 bowls of minced meat (pork) with pickled vegetable rice (Sushan says it is bar chor peng), shredded carrots with a type of sauce drizzled on it, and a plate of tofu with tan tan sauce (担担).
It was definitely more than enough for the 4 of us as we are heading to Starbucks for 2nd round.
Tofu with Dan Dan sauce
(I kind of like this because the taste is pretty mild, and the tofu is very different from the normal tofu!)
Shredded carrots where we decided to stir it the yusheng way!
(I find this okay, but I don’t think I would want to order this again the next time)
Our 20 piece gyoza!
The gyoza was piping hot when it came, and the skin sort of melts in your mouth! Also the sides are crispy too!. The meat filling inside was definitely adequate.It also goes well with the sauces provided there. I mixed white vinegar and
I’m sorry that I didn’t have image for the rice. Was so hungry and engaged in the conversation that I’ve gotten to take.
Price wise, I do remember that 20 pieces of gyoza is at 870 yen ().
There are other more gyoza to try, but I would definitely the 20 piece gyoza or more if you’re going in big groups!
There are quite a few outlets in Tokyo, and the one I went to is at Nakameguro. The ambience at Nakameguro’s outlet is pretty.
Gyoza no Fukuhou
Higashiyama 1-36, Claire Higashiyama 1F, Meguro Tokyo, Tokyo, 153-0043, Japan
TEL:03 6452 2275
Credit: Gyoza no Fukuho (餃子の福包)