Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Gyoza Oriental Cuisine

A couple weeks ago, some food bloggers planned to meet up for lunch together with Njomany - a comic writer and food lover (but not yet become a food blogger). He recommended to try one of his old time favorite restaurants named Gyoza.

It came to my surprise when I arrived at the Gyoza restaurant and found it out that it's a Chinese restaurant instead of a Japanese restaurant. Well, I think the name of Gyoza is a bit misleading since it  Japanese word for dumpling. Why not use the Chinese word for dumpling such as Ziao Ji, Suikiaw or Guo Tie? It just makes me wonder until now... Hmmm....

Overall, my opinion of the food in this restaurant is decent.

Gyoza - Rp. 63.000 (for 10 pieces)
Fried dumplings

Boiled dumplings

Ayam Pedas (Sauteed Chicken with Dried Chili) - Rp. 83.000
I was already a bit afraid when we ordered the spicy chicken because I can't stand chili. Lucky for me, it's not spicy at all but then I guess for others who expected a spicy dish, it might become a disappointment.

Kulit Tahu Rebung - Rp. 63.000
Most of us think this dish is the highlight of the lunch.

Mantau (Chinese buns) - @ Rp. 14.000
Fried - nice crispy.


Sapi Dingin Ketimun - Rp. 88.000
(Beef in Chinese Herbs with Cucumber served cold)

Nasi Goreng Udang Pancet (King size Tiger Prawn Fried Rice)- Rp. 110.000
I could love this tasty over expensive fried rice but unfortunately, it was sodium overloaded!

All prices subject to 5% service charge and 10% government tax

Current Currency:
1 USD = Rp. 9.500

Gyoza Oriental Cuisine Restaurant
Menara Anugrah
Kantor Taman E 3.3. Unit C7
Jl. Mega Kuningan Lot. 8.6-8.7
Kawasan Mega Kuningan
South Jakarta
Tel: 57942290

Disclaimer: The review and opinion expressed here are purely according to my personal taste. There's a possibility that the taste of the food might change later on, which could affect the review and opinion here. I also affirm that no monetary or non-monetary compensation has been received from this restaurant for writing this review.


  1. "not yet become a food blogger" hmmm:P

  2. YN: Oh.. I are already a food tweeter!!! Hahaha.. ;)

  3. Never heard of this restaurant before.. Thanks for the info! Good idea for Sunday family lunch!

  4. Thanks for the info!
    New idea for Sunday family lunch! It's really hard to find mantau in Jakarta, let alone good ones.

    1. missdimps: you are welcome :) Give a try the fried mantau.


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