The first gyoza bar is here in the Philippines! So if you've always been wanting to enjoy this Japanese dish with a glass of beer, you only need to go to Bonifacio Global City, and to Chao Chao Gyozafor an authentic gyoza dining experience.
Chao Chao Gyoza first opened in Osaka in 1999, and has expanded to over 40 branches in the country since. They've also expanded in other countries, aiming to bring cheap, yet authentic and delicious gyoza without having to go all the way out of the country.
Here in Chao Chao Gyoza, diners get to choose from the 14 different kinds of gyoza - which are priced starting at P88 - filled with either pork, ebi, or vegetables. They also have a variety of rice and noodle dishes, as well as sides, that go perfectly well with each other if they want something heavier to pair with it.
Curious as to what you could try from this gyoza bar? Check out some of their famous offerings here:
Chao Chao Gyoza is at 4th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. For more information, you may check out their official Facebook and Instagram pages.