Chao Chao Gyoza Bar has brought this Japanese dining experience in the Philippines – serving a variety of authentic, scrumptious gyoza and paring it with a glass of your favorite cold alcoholic drink, be it beer, whiskey, or any cocktail.
With over 40 branches in Japan, Chao Chao Gyoza Bar’s first local branch is located at 4th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City.
Unlike other Japanese restaurants, Chao Chao Gyoza Bar’s interior is dark, dimly lit, and accentuated with monkey and lion sculptures. Masahiro Urabe, General Manager of Chao Chao Gyoza Bar, said that the monkey exudes cheerfulness and optimism, while the Lion symbolizes persistence. But the one that will captivate your eyes is the hand-painted mural by Japanese contemporary artist Sensyu Yasuko.
Aside from the fascinating interiors, Chao Chao Gyoza’s dishes are surprisingly affordable! You can get your delightful Gyoza fix starting at PHP88. Unbelievable!
Chao Chao Gyoza is not just the typical Japanese dumplings. It has a hint of curry sauce combined with their secret sauce that would make you want for more. Pair it with a pint of draft beer (300ml) and you’ll have a delightful combo that won’t go beyond PHP200!
Satisfy your gyoza craving with Ankake Gyoza. It’s a bit bigger in size compared with Chao Chao Gyoza and is smothered with thick sauce.
Appetizer? Give the Gyoza Skin Nachos a try. It’s made with perfectly fried gyoza skin that's all about the flavor and the crunch!
Chao Chao Gyoza also serves budget-friendly rice meals. Chao Chao Rice is topped with ground pork cooked to perfection. If you’re looking for a heavy meal that’s right on the pocket, Chao Chao Gyoza Bar is the place to be.
If you’re looking for other option aside from Gyozas, this Porkchop won’t let you down. This mouthwatering goodness is cooked until tender and filled with tonteki sauce.
If you want to try all of Chao Chao Gyoza’s flavorful dumplings in one sitting, order this crowd favorite Gyoza Hi-Five! It’s a set of different flavorful gyozas: 2pcs. Ebi Yaki Gyoza, Curry Gyoza, Tori Cheese Gyoza, Niku Yaki Gyoza, and Horensu Gyoza. Don’t forget to order a pint of cold beer for a complete Chao Chao Gyoza Bar experience!
What’s for dessert? Gyoza! This time, it’s filled with all-time Pinoy fruit favorites, mango and langka. Enjoy this Gyoza finale with vanilla ice cream on the side. This dish is not yet on the menu but for sure, this combo is going to be another favorite!
Cha Chao Gyoza Bar is open on Mondays to Saturdays: 11:00 AM-2:00 AM, Sundays: 11:00 AM-11:00 PM. If you wish to rent the whole place, it can cater to up to 40 pax. For more details or inquiries, contact Cha Chao Gyoza Bar at tel.no: 02-232-7804, mobile: 0908-390-3358, or visit their Facebook page.