Eat Hoisin duck gyoza dumpling soup pot review – @eat_news

Description: Plummy duck gyoza in a savoury broth with egg noodles and crisp cabbage, carrots, bean sprouts and greens.

Health: OK. 420 calories for the pot, reasonable fibre, low on fat, but v. high on carbs, sugars and salt.

Taste: OK. Not brilliant – tasty as the gyoza are, they kind of dissolve in the broth so the texture is a bit odd. had chilli in (Eat’s ‘extra spicy’ option), which gave it a pleasant kick but might have been overkill, and some of the vegetables were a bit odd – the edamame-esque beans were crunchy in a weird way. Not bad on the whole, but… lacked a certain ‘oomph’.

Full-o-meter: OK; not too shabby at all but I was slightly short-brothed today, and the ‘hot hot’ broth was either tepid or the freezing wind chilled it over the 3 minute walk back to the office. Still, better than Eat’s Tom Yum’s…

Verdict: 3.5/5.





2 responses to “Eat Hoisin duck gyoza dumpling soup pot review – @eat_news”

  1. Drew Huang Avatar
    Drew Huang

    i saw your “Soho House application advice” i am very interesting to join this club, especial U27 have very good value. But I am a international students in new york, not working right now. so should i provide a large amount Certificate of Deposit from my parents, or i dont have to?
    thank you

  2. Armand Avatar

    Drew – honestly have no idea. Contact the club. Suspect being an unemployed student might not help you with your application.

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