Some people say Gyoza/Chinese Dumpling is a perfect food. It’s because it’s made of meat, vegetables and flour. Some people say No. It upsets your stomach because greasy. How do you think?
To my surprise, Boild Gyoza seems usual in China, as Fujio Akatsuka says, while Baked Gyoza is popular in Japan. I don’t know why. Probably, a set menu of Gyoza and Ramen is popular in Japan. I wouldn’t go to a Ramen restaurant because of kidney problem. In my opinion, Boiled Gyoza is better than Baked Gyoza for rice. I feel choking on Baked Gyoza and rice.
There are bunches of Chinese restaurant chains in Tokyo. I choose 3 restaurant chains on this post.
It’s because you can easily find. Plus, Ramen is not a main menu in these restaurant chains.
|Gyoza no Ōshō||Osaka Ōshō||Hidakaya|
☆Gyoza no Ōshō
Gyoza no Ōshō is the most popular.
Osaka Ōshō is best for me. I feel the garlic taste of this restaurant’s Gyoza is weaker. The number of Osaka Ōshō is half as many as that of Gyoza no Ōshō. However, it seems Osaka Ōshō prevails more overseas.
Hidakaya is best for price performance.
☆ Price Comparison of Osaka Ōshō around the world
Here is a list sorted by low price of Gyoza.
The best country for Gyoza lovers is China! No Wonder!
No.1. China: 14 yuan : 228.62 yen(As of Jul 18th 2014, 1yuan = 16.33 yen)
No.2. Japan: 240 yen
No.3. South Korea: 3,000 won : 294 yen(As of Jul 18th 2014, 1 won = 0.098 yen)
No.4. Hong Kong: HK$23 : 300.84 yen(As of Jul 18th 2014, HK$1 = 13.08 yen)Reference From:
No.5. Thailand: 100 baht : 315 yen(As of Jul 18th 2014, 1 baht = 3.15 yen)
No.6. Singapore: S$3.9 : 318.28 yen(As of Jul 18th 2014, S$1 = 81.61 yen)