Osaka Ohsho – “The King of Gyoza in Osaka” is a Japanese chain established in 1969 with branches in Japan, Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Korea and just this year, celebrating their 3rd year here in the Philippines.

We have been exposed to several Japanese restaurants, but what makes Osaka Ohsho different? Last December 11, food bloggers were invited to Osaka Ohsho’s SM Megamall branch and was taken to a different “high” by their Flying Noodles.
Getting curious by this so called “Flying Noodles?”

Matcha Teriyaki Tonkotsu
Consists of Green Cha Soba, Chicken Teriyaki, Enoki Tempura and Tonkotsu Sauce. Can you just imagine what it tastes like for a matcha flavored noodle? Guess what, it may look weird, but this one would be perfect for green tea/matcha lovers.



Tempura and Squid Ink Soba
This one’s for seafood lovers! It consists of two juicy pieces of tempura paired with cold soba, topped with kani strips and partnered with squid ink sauce for a perfect salty and tangy flavor.



Bacon & Cheese Somen
Are you a bacon lover like me? (Honestly, who hates bacon?) Then this plate is for you; bacon, salmon cheese aburi, fried egg strips and cold somen served with cheese sauce.



Osaka Ohsho isn’t only translated as “The King of Gyoza” for nothing because aside from their unique flying noodles they also serve one of the best gyozas we’ve tasted so far.

Bacon & Cheese Gyoza
This one’s our favorite; bacon bits, cheese and lean ground pork meat.



Original Gyoza
Just this original gyoza is already delicious. It was packed with incredibly juicy and flavorful meat.



Truffle Gyoza
This one includes mushrooms, truffle oil, scallions, nori sheets, white sesame seeds and parmesan cheese.



Chori Gyoza
If you’re a chorizo lover, then you’ve definitely found your gyoza match in Osaka Ohsho’s Chori Gyoza.




Third Floor, Mega Fashion Hall, SM Megamall, Ortigas, Mandaluyong City

Operating Hours:
Everyday: 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Contact No: +639178285011 | +632 631 7494
Facebook: OsakaOhshoPH
Instagram: @osakaohshoph

-Patricia Veronica Jasmin (The Foodie Station Correspondent)

One Comment on “A Different “High” with Osaka Ohsho’s Flying Noodles

  1. Pingback: A different “high” with Osaka Ohsho Flying Noodles | Not your ordinary Japanese Restaurant – IEatAndIWander

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