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Gyoza Bar Vancouver Bao Boards | Aburi Restaurants New Menu

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Gyoza Bar Vancouver has revamped their dinner menu to something more fun, interactive and more Asian fusion inspired. Think Momofuku. The newest dinner concept to join the Aburi Restaurant group is Bao Boards – available individual sized or family style.


Aside from Bao Boards, new summer drinks are also on the menu such as Matcha mojitos.

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Baby Kale Caesar and Wild Boar Bacon Salad 12: with ramen egg and radicchio. That egg gets me every time!

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Kabayaki Glazed Scallops 15: perfectly seared scallops with peas and wild boar bacon.

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For now the soupy Pork Tonkotsu Ramen noodles will only be available during lunch hours. Instead option for the Spicy Miso Pork Mazemen dry noodles with pork belly and spicy pork chutney!

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Chicken and Foie Gras Gyoza 16: This is one of the new gyoza options served with truffle dashi consomme, duck and pork pate. This is a fancier option to the usual pork teppan gyoza. Flavors are nicely balanced without being too overwhelming.

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Coconut & Green Tea Mojito: It’s like summer in a jar! Taking a break with this super delicious with rum, matcha powder, young coconut puree summer cocktail. Also available is their Grapefruit & Spiced Honey Mojito which is equally as refreshing!

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Lettuce Wrapped Crispy Pork Taco Gyozas 10.50: Moving onto something more interactive. Wrap your gyoza in lettuce, top with Sriracha aioli, pica de gallo, and guacamole.

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Boa Boards: Available for individual sizes at average $22 pp and also family style which serves between 3 to 5 persons for $60.

There are five options to choose from:

  • Nanban style soy marinated chicken thigh and maple garlic leg: herbed dijon aioli, asian slaw, bok choy kimchee
  • 36 hour miso beef short rib and tenderloin skewer: spicy miso pesto, pickled celery and apple, marinated eggplant
  • Spicy pork rib and sweet soy glazed meatball: wasabi chimichurri, cucumber kimchee, tsukemono
  • Togarashi butter poached prawn and scallop: with mussels and chorizo, spicy miso pesto, radish pickles, kale goma-ae
  • Vegetable Hinoki Box: miso eggplant, bok choy kimchee, tsukemono, kale goma-ae, balsamic soy

Boa Boards are fun twist on charcuterie meat platters. Each boa you create is kind of like your own ‘choose your own adventure’. Add more sauce, more meaty, less sides. This is something fun you can share with your friends / family.

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Shiso Mojito: Shochu, fresh lime, shiso leaf. Another one of my all time favorites. This mojito is super refreshing!

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Shiso Apple Gyoza: Gyoza Bar doesn’t fall short of anything gyoza themed. This phyllo pastry gyoza is light and flaky, warmly baked with spiced apples and served with vanilla ice cream. Delicious. We bet you can’t eat just one!

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Gyoza Bar Vancouver
URL: http://gyozabar.ca
Cuisine: Japanese, Tapas, Ramen

Mon 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
Tue 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
Wed 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
Thu 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
Fri 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
Sat 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
Sun 11:30 am – 10:00 pm

622 W Pender St, Vancouver, BC V6G 2S3
(604) 336-5563

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