Gyoza specialist Osaka Ohsho has been doling out thousands of their hand-wrapped specialty in Japan since opening in 1969, eventually expanding to other countries such as Hong Kong, Korea, China, and the Philippines.
What we love: thin, crisp yet firm skin that holds a succulent filling within in a casual atmosphere just perfect for hanging out. And with 3 different flavors to choose from to satisfy whatever you’re craving? We think it’s a keeper.
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We were both impressed with the thin yet firm skin which held a good amount of meat filling
At first bite we were both impressed with the thin yet firm skin which held a good amount of meat filling. The dumplings were also fried to a crisp which I give them an A for. We tried each kind one after the other and decided that hands down our favorite was the original gyoza. The taste of finely ground pork with plenty of ginger, onion and garlic couldn’t be beat. The filling was perfectly seasoned and very juicy.Leslie
Shoot First Eat Later
You can easily finish 6 gyoza to satisfy your cravings
The gyoza is very meaty and juicy. It is seared on one end with a very soft dimsum skin on the other. It's good and you can easily finish 6 gyoza to satisfy your cravings.Anton Diaz
Our Awesome Planet
I’m sure the other countries with Osaka Ohsho branches will be eager to add this because it’s just so good.
Their newest gyoza variant is the BACON Cheese Gyoza: Pieces of crunchy honey cured bacon peppered throughout their gooey cheese gyoza - which is only available in the Philippines. I’m sure the other countries with Osaka Ohsho branches will be eager to add this because it’s just so good.Richard Co
Tales From the Tummy