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Telephone
6338 5584
Introduction
Osaka Ohsho is the destination for handmade gyoza (meat dumplings) that have been skilfully pan-fried to be deliciously crisp on one side yet tantalizingly moist within. The filling is made with a combination of tender pork shoulder and leg cuts as well as cabbage, garlic and ginger. Chuka cuisine in Japan typically showcases well-known braised and stir-fried Chinese dishes enjoyed with Japanese rice. Customers can tuck into a good range of '<i>Chuka</i>' specialties served a la carte and as part of a set. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:30-21:30
Mon-Sun
11:30-21:30
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
http://www.osakaohsho.com.sg
Signature Dishes
Black Vinegar Fried Chicken Fuwatoro Tenshin Han Homemade Gyoza Tofu Hamburger Stew
Review (27)
Level2 2017-05-24
Ordered a set of pork curry Tianjin rice with dumplings. Dumplings were comforting. Rice bowl was Super heavy for me.....the amount was unreasonablely large, though the taste still decent.I guess that's the difference between it and those higher price restaurants - where a set could be diversified and balanced with veggies, fruit, and more delicate mains. continue reading
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Level3 2016-03-12
Reached there in late afternoon. Seem like crowded too. Waiting time is short. We started to order Fried rice set, black vinger chicken set and vinegar pork set. I like the soup as taste simple but tasteful. The fried was good but slightly salty. The signature disk was Gyoza dumpling. Almost all set serve with Gyoza and soup. It is nice but I found is not hot. Overall was good for filling my stomach. My guests also felt can be better. continue reading
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Level3 2014-11-20
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First time here. Ordered via the iPad, very high-tech. Ordered the children meal, together with Ramen and gyoza. There are 2 choices of childrens meal. We ordered the set which is nicely set in an aeroplane, with rice, gyoza, and fried chicken. While the serving is attractive to a child, the taste is only so so. I think the chicken is a bit too salty/marinated for a child. A bit disappointed with the gyoza, as I had great expectations of it before i come. But it tasted a little bit burnt. The ramen which I ordered is the prawn ramen. I like it because it is not as salty as those I've tried elsewhere. Noodle serving is ok but prawn/other toppings could be more.Service by staff is very good as she attends to our queries and requests promptly. Ambience here is also good - not too noisy during the peak hours. continue reading
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Level3 2014-03-17
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This is one of my favorite place for lunch as they provide reasonable priced and delicious lunch sets. however, during lunch time it could be quite crowded. I ordered the ramen set which is the cheapest set of the restaurant. Cost $9.90++ comes with a bowl of char Siew ramen and 3 pieces of their signature Gyoza. The ramen soup is rice and the noodle is chewy with 2 reasonably size char Siew. Value for money.  continue reading
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Level3 2014-03-13
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This restaurant is very crowded during lunch hour as there are many offices around this area. The set lunch is delicious and value for money. This set cost me $10.90  ++comes with a few pieces of karage chicken, 2 pieces of fried Ebi 3 pieces of the restaurant's signature Gyoza , a bowl of rice and a soup. Their Goyza is very tasty, certainly the signature. The fried chicken and prawns are very yummy too. And they have vefetables and eggs in the soup. Use Japnese short grain rice. Overall very good And satisfying meal  continue reading
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