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Celebration for The Art and Culture of Anime

The Gyoza Bar is excited to announce our inaugural anime event.

Join us at our anime-themed bar as we celebrate the art and culture of anime. Our first event will have a special theme, inspired by the phrase ``king of the....``

We will be awarding prizes for the best cosplay, most accurate representation, and most creative costume. Admission fee for the event is $10 per person and it includes entry, a goodie bag and welcome drink upon arrival.

You can enjoy with Anime themed special food and drink, Cosplay and the prize, Anime jigsaw, Anime nail corner, Photo shooting spot, and lots of fun!

This anime event will take place all day on December 10th and 13th. The seat is limited so don't miss out!
The admission ticket is available to purchase on Event Finder, or you can simply call or message us to secure your space.

Come dressed in your finest cosplay attire and bring your friends and family for an unforgettable anime experience in the heart of Auckland City.

Buy Ticket on Event Finder
Super Sunday Sessions

Get 20% off total bill when you order any Asahi item (per person)

Offer valid for Sunday booking customers only with 'Asahi' written in the comments section at the time of booking. You can also go into our lucky draw to win a special prize T&C's apply see below for further details.

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Japanese whiskies

have become incredibly popular over the past few years.

We are offering of more than 35 different whiskies, and encourage you to come in and get to know each and every whisky on their list.

The whisky menu consists of plenty of Suntory, Nikka, and other smaller boutique distillers, with options ranging from single malt to mixed, grains, and barley.

We have the best selection of Japanese whisky for you to try now.

Drink Menu
Gyozas

Crispy and Fluffy?

Gyozas are small Japanese dumplings filled with ingredients such as mince and vegetables. They can be eaten a number of ways including boiled and steamed, but are typically fried and eaten with a dipping sauce.

Comparing to Chinese dumpling, Japanese Gyozas are smaller with thinner skin, which is better suited to frying up on teppan griddles and gives it a crispier and fluffier texture.

Best Gyoza in Auckland

Our Gyoza filling is prepared fresh daily and it is wrapped by the chefs in the kitchen just before it is served. The recipe of the wrapper has a secret in terms of the propotion ratio and also a particular resting time to gives it an elastic texture etc. It may be time consuming, but this is what makes our gyozas so special and delicious.