Sunday, May 31, 2015

Fukuho Gyoza

Location: Fukuho Gyoza

Rating: OK
Meal: Lunch for 2
Price: 1600 yen
Payment:  Credit cards accepted
Dishes: Two gyoza teishoku
English Menu:No

I've heard rumors of dedicated Gyoza restaurants before, but had not eaten at one til this morning.  After church, my son and I went looking for something new to try.  We decided to give Fukuho Gyoza a try.  It's a pretty Japanese place with little in the way of help for non-Japanese speakers.  But luckily the sign out front had pictures of the two lunch sets, which were the same except that one came with two orders of gyoza while the other had only one.  You didn't get to choose the type of gyoza and I think we got a mix of garlic and meat.  We did get to choose whether we wanted them fried or boiled.  We got some of each.  The rest of the teishoku was pretty good, a bowl of rice, a bowl of seaweed soup (smelled like the a good way) and a plate of steamed bean sprouts covered with some very lightly spiced ground meat.  There were several tasty sauces to put in dipping bowls at the side of the table.

After perusing the menu at the table, I also figured out that you can order lots of other interesting types of gyoza a la cart, which we will be sure to try next time we come back.  It was a filling and tasty meal, but nothing spectacular.  I might upgrade the rating after trying the specialty types of gyoza at another time.

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