Gyoza Takeaway & Delivery Restaurants

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Consumer favourite Gyoza delivery restaurants

Sushi Suma

Japanese
Not available today
Min order
Redfern
8.6
Pickup Only

Matsuzaka Japanese Restaurant

Japanese
Not available today
Min order
Caulfield South
10% OFF YOUR 1ST ORDER
5% Off
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  • First order discount

    Get 10% off your 1st online order

  • Discount: 5% Off

    Order $100 or more and receive 5% off your order.

  • Free Item

    Order between $70 and $100 FREE 1 x entree edamame

  • Free Item

    Order between $50 and $70 BONUS FREE 1x Bonus free can of soft drink

Wok in a Box - Armadale

Asian
11:00 - 20:00
Min order
Armadale
MEAL DEALS
  • Bento Combo for 2 People - Online Special Only
    • 2 x Bento Box
    • 1 x Soft Drinks - 1.25Ltrs
    • 1 x Prawn Crackers

    $30

  • Wok Combo for 2 People - Save $7.75 Online Special Only

    2 x Regular Box Meals, 1 x Serve of Sides, 1 x Dipping Sauce, 2 x Soft Drinks - 600mL.

    • 2 x Choose Regular Box
    • 1 x Serve of Sides
    • 1 x Dipping Sauce
    • 2 x Drinks 600ml

    $35

  • Wok Combo for 4 People - Save $10.70 Online Special Only
    • 4 x Small Box Meals
    • 2 x Serve of Sides
    • 1 x Prawn Crackers
    • 2 x Dipping Sauce
    • 1 x Soft Drinks - 1.25Ltrs

    $50

Wok in a Box - Hindley Street

Asian
11:00 - 22:00
Min order
Adelaide
MEAL DEALS
  • Banquet - Save $14.80
    • 3 x Small Noodles
    • 1 x Soft Drinks - 1.25Ltrs
    • 1 x Dipping Sauce of Your Choice
    • 2 x Serve of Sides

    $32.95

  • Wok Combo - Save $8.45
    • 2 x Choose Small Box
    • 1 x 3 Spring Rolls
    • 2 x Schweppes (600ml)

    $25.85

  • Combination Noodle Deal

    Grab our latest dish – a protein explosion with shrimp, pork, chicken and beef, as well as a 600ml Pepsi.

    • 1 x Combination Noodle
    • 1 x Pepsi - 600ml

    $12.95

8.1
Pickup Only

Thai Chill Out

Thai
17:00 - 21:00
Min order
Thirroul
MEAL DEALS
  • Set 1
    • 1 x Spring Roll
    • 1 x Curry Puff
    • 1 x Money Bag
    • 1 x Fish Cake
    • 1 x Panang Curry Chicken
    • 1 x Honey Pork
    • 1 x Oyster Beef
    • 1 x Pad Pak
    • 1 x Jasmine Rice

    $26

  • Set 2
    • 1 x Spring Roll
    • 1 x Curry Puff
    • 1 x Money Bag
    • 1 x Fish Cake
    • 1 x Satay Chicken
    • 1 x Cashew Chicken
    • 1 x Special Pork
    • 1 x Musman Curry Beef
    • 1 x Basil Seafood
    • 1 x Steam Vegetable in Oyster Sauce
    • 1 x Jasmine Rice
    • 1 x Fruit in Season

    $30

Wok in a Box - Hillarys

Asian
11:30 - 20:30
Min order
Hillarys
FREE ITEM
  • Free Item

    Order $45 or more FREE Bag of Prawn Crackers Exclusive to Menulog

6.6
Pickup Only

Ginza Japanese Restaurant

Japanese
12:00 - 13:45, 17:00 - 21:30
Min order
Unley
10% OFF YOUR 1ST ORDER
MEAL DEALS
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  • First order discount

    Get 10% off your 1st online order

  • Jumbo Pack 1 (Entree & Main for Two) Originally, these are worth $75 but they are discounted 40%
    • 2 x Sushi Roll
    • 1 x Chicken Don
    • 1 x Yaki Udon
    • 1 x Sparkling Water (750ml)

    $45

  • Jumbo Pack (Entree & Main for Four) Originally, these are worth $140, but they are discounted 55%
    • 1 x Sushi Roll
    • 1 x Gyoza
    • 1 x Takoyaki
    • 1 x Katsu Don
    • 1 x Wagyu Don
    • 1 x Chicken Don
    • 1 x Yaki Udon

    $75

Malaysian Noodles House

Asian
11:30 - 15:00, 16:30 - 21:30
Min order
Leichhardt
FREE ITEM
  • Free Item

    Order up to $35 Free Garlic King Prawn for orders over $55

  • Free Item

    Order between $45 and $85 Free special fried rice.

  • Discount: $20 Off

    Order between $85 and $90 and receive $20 off your order.

  • Free Item

    Order between $35 and $45 Free 6 pcs. spring rolls

  • Discount: 20% Off

    Order $90 or more and receive 20% off your order.

Lummy's Chinese Restaurant

Chinese
17:00 - 21:00
Min order
Mermaid Waters
FREE ITEM
  • Free Item

    Order between $40 and $60 Bonus FREE 1 x BONUS Free Serve of Prawn Chips

  • Free Item

    Order between $60 and $100 Receive FREE Prawn Chips and Packet of Vegetable Spring Rolls when you spend over $60.

  • Free Item

    Order $100 or more Receive FREE Combination Mixed Entree when you spend over $100.

  • Pack 1 (2-3 People)

    1 X Chicken Almonds, 1 X Sweet and Sour Pork, 1 X Fried Rice, and 2 X Mini Rolls.

  • Pack 2 (2-3 People)

    1 X Steak Almonds, 1 X Honey Chicken, 1 X Fried Rice, and 2 X Mini Rolls.

  • Pack 3 (2-3 People)

    1 X Mongolian Steak, 1 X Honey Chicken, 1 X Fried Rice, and 2 X Mini Rolls.

  • Pack 4 (2-3 People)

    1 X Steak Black Bean, 1 X Sweet and Sour Pork, 1 X Fried Rice, and 2 X Mini Rolls.

  • Pack 5 (3-4 People)

    1 X Mixed Entree (For 2), 1 X Fried Rice, 1 X Pork Ribs Plum Sauce, 1 X Satay Chicken, 1 X Garlic King Prawns, and 1 X Prawn Chips.

  • Pack 6 (5-6 People)

    1 X Mixed Entree (For 2), 1 X Fried Rice, 1 X Steak Cantonese, 1 X Mongolian Lamb, 1 X King Prawn Cashews, 1 X Honey Chicken, and 1 X Prawn Chips.

  • Pack 7 (6 People +)

    2 X San Choy Bow, 2 X Combination Fried Rice, 1 X Salt and Pepper Prawns, 1 X Beef in XO Black Bean, 1 X Lemon Chicken, 1 X Vegetable Singapore Noodles, 1 X Mongolian Lamb, and 1 X Prawn Chips.

Gyoza delivery from local restaurants

Wrap some ground meat in thin dough, fry it and steam it and you’ve got gyoza. It’s a simple process with a delicious result. Like many Japanese dishes, gyoza are a study in contrasting textures: the underside of the dumpling becomes darkened and crisp (hence the popular nickname “pot stickers”) while the savoury fillings and light dough covering remain soft and yielding.

Gyoza come to Japan by way of Chinese cuisine, where they are called jiaozi. The main differences between the two are that the Japanese dumplings tend to have a stronger garlic flavour, have thinner dough wrappers, and are seasoned with salt and soy sauce. Jiaozi also tend to have a broader range of ingredients than gyoza.

The most common filling for gyoza is minced pork, which is the most common meat in East Asia. The pork is usually accompanied by cabbage and nira (Chinese chives), which has a flavour similar to garlic. Sesame oil, garlic and ginger are used for flavouring before the gyoza are wrapped into a rounded crescent shape.

Dipping sauce is a must when eating gyoza. Tare (a general Japanese term for dipping sauce) is usually soy-based and flavoured with sharp rice vinegar and sometimes rayu (vegetable oil infused with chili peppers). The sauce provides a salty, tangy and spicy contrast to the subtler flavours of the savoury gyoza.

Often served as an appetiser at sushi and ramen restaurants, gyoza have recently enjoyed a surge in popularity and are now becoming appreciated as a dish in their own right. While traditionally gyoza contain meat, recently vegetarian options including ingredients like shiitake mushrooms have proliferated. There has also been a surge in seafood-based gyoza, with prawn an especially popular filling.

Other Asian cuisines have their own variations of gyoza. Apart from Chinese dumplings, there is also a Nepalese version called “momo,” which means “steamed bread.” Traditionally water buffalo meat is used instead of pork (or lamb or chicken if it’s not available) and the dumplings are served with a spicy tomato-based sauce.

Whatever your gyoza preference, these delicate dumplings make the perfect accompaniment to any Asian takeaway – or even an incredibly moreish meal in their own right.

Recent reviews

Malaysian Noodles House

Overall 10 |  Food 10  |  Value 10  |  Speed 10

OMG amazing!! Food arrived on time, it was hot and absolutely delicious!! Definitely will be ordering from these guys again

Aneta - January 2018

Lummy's Chinese Restaurant

Overall 10 |  Food 10  |  Value 10  |  Speed 10

The best Chinese food in the Gold Coast very tasty and very good quality

Teresa - December 2017

Wok in a Box - Armadale

Overall 9.3 |  Food 9  |  Value 9  |  Speed 10

Great tasting food good spice balance of flavours very fast delivery will order again.

Ben - December 2017
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