Shinkyū-No is Boulder's go to when it comes to handmade dumplings on the go. Specifically, Japanese-style gyoza, and we'd call 'em traditional but that'd be incorrect. Instead, Shinkyū-No's gyoza are prepared traditionally but updated for the street food scene, infused with modern flavors you won't find anywhere else.
It's what they're calling Yōshoku: a blend of Japanese and Western cuisine that's sure to tantalize your tastebuds. At Shinkyū-No, they're committed to using the freshest in simple, wholesome ingredients, making gyoza that's two words: simply delicious. From the vegetarian sweet potato and garlic to spiced chicken and cabbage and even salmon with potatoes and shallots, rest assured there's gyoza for all to enjoy here. Find Shinkyū-No's food cart popping up all over Boulder County to get your eat on, or have 'em out to bring those mighty morsels to your next event. They won't disappoint, that's for sure.
Maple Butternut Squash
- this gyoza almost qualifies as a dessert, stuffing in butternut squash in a maple marinade alongside specialty cinnamon furikake. Can you say yum?
See Shinkyū No’s Website