Review: Sunto Gyoza (Singapore)

Sunto Gyoza: Pan Fried Dumpings, Gyoza, Boiled Dumplings & Red Bean Pancake

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Sunto Gyoza

offers a variety of gyoza and dumplings, as well as a couple of pancakes. Decent.

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Gyoza & Pan Fried Dumplings

The gyoza has a nice crispy skin that is slightly chewy wrapping a soft and flavourful filling containing chicken meat and tiny shrimp. Likewise for the pan fried dumpling, nice crispy and slightly chewy skin with a soft meaty and flavourful chicken meat filling. Both types of dumplings are more like deep fried than pan fried. They are nothing like the authentic ones in Japan but still considered decent.

Boiled Dumplings

The boiled dumplings has a soft chewy skin with a filling containing pork and chives. Decently flavourful.

Red Bean Pancake

The red bean pancake has a crispy fried dough that is a little firm and slightly chewy. Contains a sweet tasting red bean paste filling. Decent.


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