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Gyoza Yatai, Okayama: 1 reviews and 3 photos

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Gyouza Yatai is a Chinese restaurant in Okayama. It's pretty spacious and the interior is designed to look like stone with carvings and Chinese motifs. It looks really nice and atmospheric. Some parts look a bit Indian, and the camel (which seems to be the symbol of the restaurant) seems to suggest the design is from Western China, perhaps Xinjiang Province.

The menu features the Chinese foods you expect to see in Japan, like the chao fan, Subuta, dumplings, and of course, gyouza!

The Chinese food here is quite tasty however, the restaurant also features an Okayama specialty: Demi Katsudon. Demi Katsudon is katsu (fried pork cutlets) topped with a demigloss. The demigloss adds a tangy flavor; it tastes quite good! The prices here are very reasonable, too. You can get the Demi Katsudon set for under 700 yen and most of the Chinese meals are also priced nicely.

Address: B1F Hotel Excel Okayama 5-1 Ishizeki-cho, Kita-ku
Price Comparison: less expensive than average
Directions: Located in the basement of Hotel Excel along Momotaro-Odori Street. You can enter from the street, just go down the stairs.
Phone: 186-227-3462
Price: less than US$10
Rating: 5
Theme: Chinese/Dim Sum

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  • Written Nov 15, 2011
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