Harajuku Gyoza Is Now Serving Up Charcoal Karaage Chicken Fondue to Warm Up Your Winter
Get ready to dip charcoal-coated bite-sized pieces of karaage chicken into a hot pot of oh-so-gooey cheese.
Home to raindrop cakes, Nutella gyoza and salted caramel gyoza, Harajuku Gyoza clearly likes getting creative with its menu. The chain is fond of trying out new things with its dumpling range in particular, as its experiments with mac 'n' cheese, pepperoni pizza and marshmallow versions have demonstrated. But mixing things up isn't only about stuffing gyoza with different kinds of ingredients. That's all well and good — and tasty — but the Australian brand likes to get creative elsewhere, too.
Now on the chain's winter menu: charcoal karaage chicken fondue. All of those words really do describe exactly what you'll be eating, so get ready to dip charcoal-coated bite-sized pieces of karaage chicken into a hot pot of oh-so-gooey cheese. If your stomach isn't already rumbling, it really should be.
Just how long the new addition to the menu will be hanging around for your dipping pleasure hasn't yet been revealed, but a serving will cost you $14.
And if you fancy pairing the new charcoal karaage chicken fondue with any of the chain's other inventive dishes — or after devouring cheeseburger gyoza, which is stuffed with burger pieces, aged cheddar, onion, pickles, mustard and tomato sauce; and mozzarella gyoza, which is filled with the obvious, then deep-fried and sprinkled with Twisties salt — that's up to you.
Published on June 07, 2021 by Sarah Ward