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Ohsho, which is famous for Gyoza in Japan, opened in Manila 2014. At here, you can have Japanese style teishoku with gyoza.
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Oh, the rice is so good!
Thanks to some of the really big food bloggers for inviting me to a Christmas party sponsored by Osaka Ohsho! They're promoting their 2 latest gyoza variants, curry and kimchi. I love the former because of its salty-garlicky flavor that's perfect with the imported Koshihikari rice! I wish I could say the same for the kimchi variant, but no...it tastes awful! The kimchi on top also looks anemic, like it lacks fermentation and seems to look like under-sauteed onion bits. Anyway, we also had their salad with fresh greens, mango balls, cherry tomatoes, crab sticks, and my favorite, candied walnuts. Their ebi chili is also good, but I'd want it to be spicier and I wish they used prawns instead of shrimps. As for the chicken teriyaki, surprisingly, I liked it even though I'm not a big fan of teriyaki sauce. Lastly, we also tried the Fuwatoro Tenshin Han... OMG the egg's so FLUFFY!!! It's so good, even the sauce, which isn't too sweet! Oishii!!! Oh, their house blend iced tea (peach flavored, if my taste buds are correct) is a tad too sweet, so make sure to ask for a lot of ice!
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You may order frozen gyoza and cooked it at home, just follow the cooking instruction and you'll be having DIY gyoza !
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