Osaka Ohsho's Fuwatoro Tenshin Han Combos

Osaka Ohsho gyoza SM Megamall

Osaka Ohsho's gyoza variants are pretty much hard to resist, so it's not surprising that these dumplings alone made the brand famous. It even afforded them the title "The King of Gyoza"!

Another dish that I like at Osaka Ohsho is the Fuwatoro Tenshin Han; an omurice-like dome of omelette and koshihikari rice with heavenly mui fan sauce. Somehow, the whole combination of flavors and textures works mighty fine! 

They recently upgraded their Fuwatoro Tenshin Han with highly complementing toppings and sauces; four to be exact. My top pick is the Fuwatoro Tenshin Han Ebi Tempura. If you're planning to visit Osaka Ohsho soon, and you're not allergic to shrimps, give this one a try first.

Osaka Ohsho Fuwatoro Tenshin Han Ebi Tempura
Fuwatoro Tenshin Han Ebi Tempura  PhP 395

An island-like presentation of three perfectly fried humongous ebi tempura sits atop an egg omelette-covered Japanese koshihikari rice and surrounded by Japanese gravy. Yes, the omelette was "fluffy", as most would often describe it to be, but what makes it enjoyable for me was the fact that it's thin. It would be too satiating had it been thick. The shrimps were fresh and plump, and the coating light. The sauce was a good battle between salty and sweet with not-so-heavy consistency. 

The second best for me was the Fuwatoro Tenshin Han Curry Cheese Tonkatsu. Sandwiched in the middle of the tender pork meat was a gooey cheese that made the whole dish extra flavorful. The curry sauce was rich with a perfect amount of kick that will hit a curry lover's spot.

They also have these in sets that includes miso soup, a bowl of fresh fruits, and six pieces of original gyoza.

Osaka Ohsho's Fuwatoro Tenshin Han
Top Left: Chicken Karaage Fuwatoro Tenshin Han  PhP 395  /  Top Right: Ebi Tempura Fuwatoro Tenshin Han  PhP 395
Bottom Left:  Curry Cheese Tonkatsu Fuwatoro Tenshin Han  PhP 450  /  Bottom Right:  Mabo Tofu Fuwatoro Tenshin Han  PhP 380

Osaka Ohsho Black Vinegar Chicken
Black Vinegar Chicken  PhP 325

The Black Vinegar Chicken constantly impresses. An aromatic and delicious dish of tender chicken chunks that are hugged by a breading that provided a good crunch, pineapple chunks, bell pepper, onions, and cloud ear shrooms; all tossed in a tangy, salty, and sweet sauce.

Osaka Ohsho Gindara Teriyaki
Gindara Teriyaki  PhP 720

I have a deadening obsession with Gindara Teriyaki, thanks to my Dad. He loves this dish so much that he had to have it every week at his favorite Japanese resto: Kimpura. This is a straightforward dish {heaped with delicious teriyaki sauce} with the freshness of the fish being the golden attribute. Yum, yum!  

Beef with Eggplant in Special Hoikoro Sauce
Beef with Eggplant in Special Hoikoro Sauce  PhP 330

Thin slices of beef and fresh veggies with a delicate hoikoro sauce that's light enough to balance the dish well. 

Osaka Ohsho Cheese Gyoza,  Nori Flavor Gryoza,  Original Gyoza
Cheese Gyoza  /   Nori Flavor Gryoza  /  Original Gyoza 

Ahhhh, the staples! It's crazy not to go to a place dubbed as the "King of Gyoza" without munching on a couple. In our case, a lot! They all look the same, and honestly, I forgot which one is which so I just captioned them in alphabetical order {#whenindoubt}. Makes sense, right?

I usually just mix the sauces {original gyoza sauce, chili sauce, miso sauce} together. I put more miso sauce and less chili. My boys omit the chili and just stick with the two.

Have you tried Osaka Ohsho's gyoza and the rest of the resto's dishes? Thoughts?

Osaka Ohsho
3/F SM Megamall Fashion Hall
EDSA corner J. Vargas Avenue, 
Mandaluyong City

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