Keisuke Gyoza King 餃子王

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Details
#01-19 Orchid Hotel (1 Tras Link)
Singapore, 078867
Dumplings, Japanese
$
Hours
Mon–Sun: 11:30 AM–2:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • No nets & credit, bring enough cash, price excluding gst.
  • Must order the eggplant (contains pork)! It's the best side. Place also only accepts cash
  • Pork gyozas are pretty juicy. We dapao-ed and had this over at two blur guys with our burgers. Love the flexibility of the staff.
  • Free flow beansprout and cabbage pickles! Three types of gyoza to choose from, pork, chicken & prawn. Value for money set meal!
  • My lunch alternative when Teppei is close for the day . Still satisfying ;)
  • Free flow cabbage pickles and bean sprouts.
  • Gyoza Set is their only menu for $13.90++. (5pcs of gyoza, 2 side dish, rice, unlimited pickled vegetable and togue) love it!
  • The service is so slow. Also the standard of the gyoza has dropped. The gyoza breaks off after you pick it up with your chopsticks.
  • I could have lunch here every day. Excellent gyoza and too many great sides to choose from.
  • Pretty good deal if you ask me - Gyoza set comes with gyoza (shocking), 2 sizable side dishes, rice and soup.
  • Pork gyoza Great value for the price!
  • Gyozas! And the brinjal. Please. Try. It.
  • Service is fabulous.. Food is yummy. Must try the chicken with egg mayo! Will definitely come back
  • Tight little restaurant. Nice gyoza and side dish selection.
  • Choose the vegetable soupbonito base is unique and distinct over the commonly available miso soup
  • Gyoza and the eggplant!
  • Pork and prawn gyoza. Free sprouts and tsukemono things are great. Great value set at lunch!
  • If u r in a mood for a squeeze or get cosy with your dinner companions. Also, it gets occasionally smoky with cooking fumes. Don't find the gyoza that great either. Good for a quick meal and out.
  • Keisuke really hits the right notes w their piping hot gyozas and tasty side dishes. Free raw eggs given to mix w ur hot rice as well!
  • Chicken and pork are good choices. Shrimp... not so much.