Gou Gee Takeaway & Delivery Restaurants

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Consumer favourite Gou Gee delivery restaurants

Kingsgrove Chinese

Chinese
11:00 - 14:30, 17:00 - 21:30
Min order
Kingsgrove
MEAL DEALS
  • Great Family Deal A - Save $8.60
    • 1 x Spring Roll (8 pcs)
    • 1 x Fried Squid with Spicy Salt
    • 1 x Mongolian Lamb
    • 1 x Boneless Lemon Chicken
    • 1 x Stir Fried Mixed Vegetables
    • 1 x Large Fried Rice
    • 4 x Fortune Cookies
    • 1 x Large Steamed Rice

    $82

  • Great Family Deal B - Save $14.50
    • 4 x Mixed Entrees
    • 1 x Sang Choy Bow
    • 1 x King Prawn with Vegetables
    • 1 x Fried Squid with Spicy Salt
    • 1 x Pork Ribs with Peking Sauce
    • 1 x Mongolian Lamb
    • 1 x Special Fried Rice
    • 1 x Large Steamed Rice
    • 4 x Fortune Cookies

    $115

Awesome Noodle Asian Cuisine

Asian
Not available today
Min order
Kaleen
MEAL DEALS
  • Simple Pack
    • 4 x Spring Roll
    • 1 x Mongolian Beef
    • 1 x Deep Fried Lemon Boneless Chicken
    • 1 x Special Fried Rice

    $42

  • Pack Two
    • 4 x Spring Roll
    • 4 x Steamed Dim Sim
    • 1 x Beef Black Bean
    • 1 x Sweet and Sour Pork
    • 1 x Chicken with Cashew Nuts
    • 1 x Special Fried Rice

    $62

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Gou gee is an alternative romanisation of jiaozi. Both refer to Chinese dumplings deep- or pan-fried or steamed. They contain ground meat with or without vegetable ingredients. They're similar to wontons, but have a much thicker wrapping and are meant to be eaten outside of other soup or broth-based dishes. Gou gee are handled by chopsticks or the fingers and are often dipped in mixtures of soy sauce, rice vinegar, garlic and ginger.
 
What Takeaway Gou Gee Can I Order Online?
 
Takeaway gou gee comes from the Chinese restaurants of Australia, but many Asian restaurants recreate them in some form or another. They are also prominently featured in yum cha in a host of different varieties. Their common fillings include ground fish, prawn, chicken, pork, beef and mutton (or some combination thereof i.e. chicken-prawn). These meat and seafood ingredients are most frequently paired with chopped cabbage, celery, spring onions, leeks and carrots.
 
Beyond the traditional infinite remixes are possible, and gou gee is a popular dish remixed by fusion cuisine--gou gee in Australia may be filled with Japanese- or Southeast Asia-leaning ingredients as this dish transcends borders within our shores. Vegan and vegetarian options also exist: vegetable only, tofu, mock duck, etc.

Recent reviews

Kingsgrove Chinese

Overall 10 |  Food 10  |  Value 10  |  Speed 10

Excellent taste and beautifill food, The best service ever, Thank you we will order again

Alistair - January 2018
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