They say it takes 10,000 hours of practice to become an expert in any given field. There is less consensus on how many dumplings you have to make before you’re an expert, but the team at Eatchu would be a good place to start asking. If we were to play a word association game, and we said sand, you might say beach. If we said shots, you might say tequila. If we said gyoza, you would say Eatchu. For there is no better place in Bristol, whether you visit the OG stand in St Nick’s market or their residence at Wiper & True, to eat gyoza. Go, order several fillings, add the fried onions by the bucketful and arm yourself with a pair of chopsticks. Wagamamas, eat your heart out.