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gyoza pictures from Tokyo Cafe

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h2obemo Dec 10, 2006 07:28 PM

Hope this link works for you - it's my first time trying to post photos.
These pictures are from my visit to the Tokyo Cafe a couple weeks ago. They serve my favorite version of gyoza, and I thought you might want to see the deliciousness.

Tokyo Cafe
116 Judge John Aiso Street (San Pedro Street)
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213.628.3017
Mon-Sat 11am to 2pm and 5pm to 8pm

http://www.kodakgallery.com/ShareLand...

  1. SilverlakeGirl Dec 10, 2006 11:50 PM

    I wouldn't have known about this place otherwise. Thanks for the great photos!

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      cobalt Dec 10, 2006 11:11 PM

      Those look so damn yum. What else does Tokyo Cafe have, is the menu online?

      Thanks for posting!

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        h2obemo Dec 11, 2006 12:20 AM

        I don't think their menu is online. But I can give you a listing from their takeout menu, which I have in front of me. I have only eaten their gyoza and cha shu pork- since I get down there so infrequently, all I really want when I get there is the gyoza...

        OMELETTES: ham, chashu, denver, hamburger royale
        SANDWICHES: club, hamburger club, cheeseburger, hamburger, chicken burger
        SEAFOODS: sanma (saury pike), saba (mackerel), unagi kabayaki, salmon kasu
        DONBURI: tempura, katsu, katsu with egg, oyako, tanin, unagi
        NOODLES: nabeyaki udon, niku udon, chashu udon, yakisoba, champon, ramen
        COMBINATION DINNERS: beef teriyaki, chicken teriyaki, tempura, sukiyaki
        ALSO: sukiyaki, tempura, sashimi (seasonal). oroshiae, teriyaki beef, teriyaki chicken, pork dofu, beef dofu, tonkatsu, gyoza, egg foo young, niku yasai itame.
        SIDE ORDERS: shu mai, cha shu, gyoza, edamame
        LUNCH SPECIALS: combination, cha shu, shu mai

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        rameniac Dec 10, 2006 10:24 PM

        tokyo cafe has a damn good square-shaped gyoza, right up there with daikokuya's. maybe even better. i wonder if they sniffed out the recipe from daikokuya's garbage bin; after all, they share a parking. their tonkotsu ramen is quite interesting as well. (but is it good? i'll address that one later lol)

        http://www.rameniac.com

        1. DanaB Dec 10, 2006 07:57 PM

          Those look great! Thanks for sharing the photos!

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