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GyoGyo at Funan Mall – Japanese grill house

GyoGyo is a Japanese grill house in Funan Mall offering a wide range of grilled fish sets as well as Japanese rice bowls, tempura, teppan spaghetti plus sides and desserts.

GyoGyo Japanese grill house

GyoGyo at Funan Mall

GyoGyo at Funan Mall

Minor Food is an international restaurant business that started with one restaurant in Thailand in 1980. Minor Food Singapore now operates many casual dining restaurant chains, including Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice, Poulet, Riverside Grilled Fish, Sannook Kitchen and Xin Wang Hong Kong Cafe. GyoGyo is a new concept introduced by Minor Food. It opened in the second half of 2022.

GyoGyo at Funan Mall - Japanese grill house

Located in Basement 1 of Funan Mall, Gyo Gyo occupies a brightly lit atrium space that is not walled up. The casual dining restaurant uses light wood and earth tone palette to create an inviting space with modern Japanese aesthetics.

Menu of GyoGyo

There are digital menu boards, with nice photographs of the dishes, mounted outside the restaurant. Inside the restaurant, there are regular menu books available. Diners can also scan a QR code on the table to access the digital menu.

Below are pictures of the menu board and sample pages of the regular book menu.

Menu of GyoGyo at Funan Mall

Menu of GyoGyo at Funan Mall
GyoGyo Menu
GyoGyo Menu

Although the star attractions are the grilled fish sets, GyoGyo’s menu is extensive enough to cater to diners who want something other than fish. Tempura, donburi and pasta with hamburger steak or chicken chop are also on the menu.

Lunch at GyoGyo Funan

We visited GyoGyo at Funan Mall recently. Grilled Seabass Spaghetti ($14.80) and Beef Bowl ($14.80) were selected for our lunch. We also ordered the Azuki Shiratama ($5.80) for dessert.

GyoGyo - Grilled Seabass Spaghetti  and Beef Bowl

The waiting time for the food was the fairly typical 15 to 20 minutes. GyoGyo’s thoughtful food plating and presentation made the dishes visually appealing.

GyoGyo - Grilled Seabass Spaghetti

The Grilled Seabass Spaghetti was served with a fried egg, vegetables and mushroom cream sauce. The fish was meaty with tender white flesh and a mild flavour. The cream sauce blended nicely with the various items. The combination of flavours and textures worked well for the dish.

Grilled Seabass Spaghetti at GyoGyo Funan

The Beef Bowl was served with miso soup. The beef, eggs and vegetables served over a bed of rice in a bowl was about what we would expect in a Japanese casual dining restaurant. It was not particularly memorable but was tasty and satisfying.

Beef Bowl at GyoGyo Funan

The traditional Japanese dessert featuring azuki beans and shiratama dumplings, or red beans with glutinous rice flour balls, was delightful. It had a nice fragrance and was not too sweet. The shiratama had a pleasant chewy soft texture. It was an enjoyable simple dessert and a nice way to end the meal.

Azuki Shiratama - Gyogyo dessert.

Reasonably Priced Meal

We had a nice meal at GyoGyo in Funan Mall. The dining space was pleasant and the prices were reasonable. If you are familiar with the Minor Food Group’s Poulet, Sannook Kitchen and Xin Wang Hong Kong Cafe and want Japanese dishes at a similar price point, then GyoGyo is the place to go to.

Green Tea- GyoGyo Funan Mall

Food: 3
Service: 3
Value: 3
Atmosphere: 3
Overall Rating: 3 TOPs 3 Tops

#B1-34 Funan Mall
107 North Bridge Road
Singapore 179105

Tel: +65 6502 1270

Opening Hours: 11 am – 10 pm

Nearby MRT Station: City Hall


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Fishes live in the sea, as men do a-land; the great ones eat up the little ones.William Shakespeare quote
Fishes live in the sea, as men do a-land; the great ones eat up the little ones. -William Shakespeare

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