March 2021 - Harajuku Gyoza
    • Marshmallow Gyoza! Photo competition! Kawaii!

      The Marshmallow gyoza is our newest and most kawaii (cute in Japanese) dessert joining the menu on April 1st at all Harajuku Gyoza locations!

      Mashmallow filled dumplings on a plate, served with a nutella sauce

      Its crispy fried gyoza outside and sweet marshmallow filling inside makes it super cute and perfect for your Instagram feed. Served in plates of five, these gyoza are topped with marshmallows, a light dusting of icing sugar, and a side of Nutella sauce for only $10!

      The Marshmallow gyoza joins the popular dessert menu with the yummy Nutella Gyoza, Salty Caramel Gyoza, and the Raindrop cake.  

      Three girls dressed in bright Harajuku style clothing looking at a dessert

      Instagram photo competition

      Want to win a $100 voucher? Take part in our Marshmallow gyoza photo competition!

      Simply order a plate of the new marshmallow gyoza and share your most creative picture/video of it on Instagram and tag @harajukugyoza.

      One lucky winner will be drawn at the end of April and announced on our Instagram stories and below. Entrants must be following our Instagram page to be eligible.

      Let’s get snapping! Gambatte! (good luck)

      We have recently extended our trading hours! Check your favourite locations trading hours online and book.

      Harajuku girl holding up a cute phone for the Instagram competition

      Let’s learn some new Japanese words!

      Kawaii (かわいい): An expression often used to say something is cute, tiny, childlike, or loveable. Think of tiny dogs, cute characters made in your coffee foam, or pretty desserts! Some companies in Japan will cute kawaii characters or mascots to help their business seem more approachable.

      Gambatte (がんばって): Used in a similar way to good luck, do your best and break a leg to wish someone well or encouragement.

      Irasshaimase (いらっしゃいませ): Used in hospitality and shops to welcome their customers/guests. It means welcome/ please come into our store. How do you feel when you’re welcomed this way?

      Korroke (コロッケ): A yummy croquette, originating from French cuisine! Made with vegetables and meats with mashed potato and deep-fried. Usually served with a small side of cabbage and a rich sauce. Interesting fact: It’s written in Katakana as it’s a word/item that originates outside of Japan.

    • Dine & Discover with us!

      How does Dine & Discover NSW work?

      Get excited Sydney and greater NSW! The NSW government is offering up two $25 Dine & Discover vouchers for each NSW resident over 18.

      Want to eat and drink like in Japan? Put your vouchers towards fun at Harajuku Gyoza Beer Stadium Darling Harbour (Sorry QLD friends)!

      Try our popular Japanese dumplings (called Gyoza: g-yo-zaa), tasty side dishes, and Japanese sips like sake, umeshu, green tea, or craft beer.

      Darling Harbour Venue

      Bring your friends and get the party started!

      We have fun spaces at Darling Harbour for you and your friends.

      Choose to sit in the outdoor beer garden, under our instagrammable kawaii plate wall, at our large round party table, or in our unique stadium-style tiered levels.

      Yoyogi brewery darling harbour

      Do you like beer? We do too!

      With the Yoyogi Brewery onsite, you have never had Japanese craft beer this fresh before! Visit the bar to taste and try your way through the Yoyogi core range beers which include popular Pale Ale, Lager, Dry Apple Cider and IPA.

      Then try Yoyogi’s special beers! The Pocky Porter is a 2019 award-winning beer! The Watermelon XPA, Pickled Ginger Beer, and Honey Cream Ale are also popular favourites.

      Then step out of your comfort zone and try one of the weird and wacky limited-edition small-batch beers. In the past we’ve seen beers like Sansho Saison and Seaweed Scotch Ale.

      We look forward to seeing your happy faces at Harajuku Gyoza Darling Harbour very soon.

      Yay! Let’s apply for the vouchers!

      To participate in Dine & Discover NSW, you must have a MyServiceNSW account.

      You can download the Service NSW app now and register for a MyServiceNSW account ahead of the vouchers becoming available.

      Please note: Dine & Discover vouchers can be used Monday – Thursday (excluding public holidays) as specified by the NSW Gov’t.

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