Restaurant type

  • Japanese,

Cuisine type

  • International,


  • Lunch,
  • Dinner,
  • Ramen,

Products and Services

  • Online Reservation,
  • Happy Hour,
  • Alcohol,
  • Gift Cards,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
622 Pender St W, Vancouver, BC V6B 1V8
Useful Information

Opening Hours *Holiday hours

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  • $11 To $25,

Methods of Payment:

Meet the owner

In a city where the streets positively flow with ramen, you have to do something special to stand out, and that’s exactly what Seigo Nakamura — the man behind Miku and Minami restaurants, who introduced the city to the joys of aburi charcoal-flamed sushi — and his team are doing at Gyoza Bar, which opened in September 2014.

Chef de cuisine, Mike Acero, has been with the company for five years. Originally from the Philippines, Mike began work at Miku and then helped open Minami as its sous chef. When Miku switched to its new Coal Harbour location, Mike was part of the opening team and so he was the natural choice to take on the new challenge at Gyoza Bar to introduce Vancouverites to Japan’s hottest new ramen trend — tomato-based broth.

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