I’ve been seeing this place for months now, but it was only yesterday that I was able to go and check this place out. It was just after office hours and so I was the only person there. The location is quite weird because you won’t be able to see it unless you pass by Miller Street often, and Miller Street isn’t exactly a high traffic street for restaurant seekers – the area is actually mostly warehouses mixed in a residential area. The signage is quite small, so if you are coming from Baler Street – its not really visible.
So yesterday, I went and ordered their Orginal gyoza and Chili gyoza for take out. The service was quite fast because I was the only one there (it was just after office hours). The waiter was also nice enough to suggest that I try their other dishes like the fried rice and ramens. But since I was only after the gyozas, I politely declined.
While inside the car – the wonderful aroma of the gyozas taunted me! They smelled soooo wonderful! When I reached home – I immediately took a bite of the original gyoza and it was good! It wasn’t the best but it was good enough! For the price of P120.00 for 5 pieces of gyoza – I think it was already worth it!
I wasn’t able to get pics of the actual gyozas because we ate them all!
I’m planning to go back again to try their other dishes.
D’Little Gyoza House
Miller Street (Same street as Uratex)
SFDM, Quezon City