Folks usually pair gyoza with beer. But this chic joint matches the dumplings with fancy champagne (from $98). A new concept in Singapore, gyoza wine bars are already popular in Japan. Hidden on the second floor of a North Canal shophouse (just upstairs of sister eatery Ramen Matsuri), this spot has just three main items on the menu: pan-fried gyoza (from $8.50), boiled gyoza ($9.50) and soup gyoza ($12.50). Order from their simple menu—it’s scrawled on the walls—and then dig into your dumplings side by side Japanese and local office workers who drop by for after work drinks.