Darling Harbour Reopens! - Harajuku Gyoza

Darling Harbour Reopens!

Dining room in Darling Harbour with customers

It’s official! Darling Harbour opens today (October 21!) Our kitchen team begun their preparations over the past few days. Wrapping dumplings again and again (because we know you love them so much!)


Darling Harbour will reopen its doors on October 21, with lunch being the first meal on offer! You will find all the popular favourite available from the reopen date along with the full menu. While Sydney has been in lockdown we’ve been experimenting with some tasty new additions that have been running in our Queensland locations. These new tasty dishes will also be available when Darling Harbour reopens.

Mushroom Karaage – bite-sized mushrooms battered and served with Japanese mayo.

Lemon meringue gyoza

Lemon Meringue Gyoza – Delicious lemon curd hand-wrapped in gyoza skin and crispy fried to order topped with meringue pieces!

What new dish are you most interested in trying first? The Lemon Meringue gyoza or the Mushroom Karaage?

There will also be a tasty new banquet package for our Sydney friends looking to make the most of their newfound freedom.
Our $59pp banquet includes our most popular menu items (most of the menu actually) plus a 90-minute beverage package. The banquet is perfect for special events, birthday celebrations, and team lunches and is best suited for groups of 6 or more people.

The Yoyogi brewery team have been busy brewing up some tasty Japanese craft beer to have ready when you walk through the door.

Yoyogi brewery found onsite at Darling Harbour

Here’s the official tap lineup for when Darling Harbour re-opens!

  • Pale Ale
  • Pocky Poter
  • Seaweed Scotch Ale
  • Honey Cream Ale
  • Tokyo Banana Hefeweizen
  • Gin Spiked IPA
  • American Brown Ale
  • Ginger Beer
  • Dry Rice Lager
  • IPA
  • Dry Apple Cider

See something you like in the beer line up? Make a booking, so you don’t miss out on these tasty small batch brews when Darling Harbour reopens on October 21!

Bookings are highly recommended.

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