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From the Burpple community

I am definitely not the sharpest tool in the shed, as I popped into a gyoza place to quell my ramen cravings when I was in Sydney.

The ramen noodle in a light chicken broth (A$13.80) was barely serviceable with its dry, insipid chicken strips and the lackluster ramen broth. The perfectly springy ramen and oozy egg did their part to rescue the bowl of ramen from being a complete write-off though.

Make no mistake, Harajuku Gyoza is a gyoza restaurant, and they do gyozas damn well. The grilled pork & prawn Gyoza with ginger and spring onion dressing (A$9.80 for the plate of 5 in the back), were fully deserving of gyoza greatness.

The ample pork and prawn filling cocooned within those smoky, supple dumpling wrappers are satisfyingly savory and joyfully juicy, and that zesty soy-vinegar fusion sauce is utterly umami.

Now these are some delish dumplings, darling.