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Osaka Ohsho (Westgate) (大阪王将)

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This famous gyoza chain from Osaka has been operating since 1969 and has multiple branches around the world. The casual eatery specialises in pan-fried handmade dumplings and a variety of Chinese-style Japanese stir fries such as mapo tofu, cha han (fried rice) and sweet & sour pork.

Daily: 11:30 - 22:00

$20 based on 5 submissions
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Nicest gyoza ever

The nicest gyoza ever! The set is value for money. The egg is very smooth, I would suggest to share this dish as one would get sick of it after a while. The ramen soup is very clear but tasty. 

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• 10 Aug 2014 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

Nicest gyoza ever

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The nicest gyoza ever! The set is value for money. The egg is very smooth, I would suggest to share this dish as one would get sick of it after a while. The ramen soup is very clear but tasty. 
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• 09 Aug 2014 • 12 reviews • 29 followers

i thought the pictures looks good

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the pictures was really too overated for the food. the ramen i had tastes like fishball noodles. the mabo set, the pork has only a lil portion. the only thing i can slightly bear with is the gyoza. service is better than the food. if only the food can be improve with their service crew i think they could do better.
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• 23 Mar 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Not recommended at all, you could do better with other choices.

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The gyoza is so-so, typical taste as any other restaurants. The ramen taste just like plain water. The teriyaki chicken set took half an hour to arrive. The taste not even close to average. Disappointing. Service is not good due to the lack of staffs.
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