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Osaka Ohsho Launches Brand New Gyoza Flavors

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Japan’s renowned “King of Gyoza”, Osaka Ohsho, goes back to its’ bread and butter with the launch of their NEW Bacon & Cheese savory gyoza and their NEW Peanut Butter & Banana dessert gyoza! Picture crunchy, honey cured bacon bits & gourmet cheeses blended w/ lean ground pork meat, shredded cabbage, garlic, & ginger in a Japanese flour wrap then steamed & pan seared to a perfectly soft & crisp texture balance. Best enjoyed w/ Osaka Ohsho’s original, & chili oil gyoza sauces, the NEW Bacon & Cheese gyoza is available in 6 pc. and 12 pc. orders priced at P 190 and P 380 respectively.

Osaka Ohsho Bacon & Cheese Gyoza
Osaka Ohsho Bacon & Cheese Gyoza

As a unique flavor twist to the traditional savory gyoza, Osaka Ohsho is also launching the Peanut Butter & Banana dessert gyoza! Think mini-crepes served Japanese style, indulging in this singular dessert treat of Jif Crunchy Peanut Butter and caramelized bananas is sure to be a treat for kids and adults alike. Enjoy this with a side of vanilla ice cream for only P210.


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Osaka Ohsho Peanut Butter & Banana Dessert Gyoza
Osaka Ohsho Peanut Butter & Banana Dessert Gyoza

Hurry and visit Osaka Ohsho at the 3rd level of the SM Mega Fashion Hall as these Brand New Gyoza Flavors are available for a limited time only for your unmitigated dining pleasure!

Founded in Osaka, Japan in 1969, Osaka Ohsho is renowned as Japan’s # 1 gyoza specialist w/ over 360 stores in Japan currently. Now present in Thailand, Singapore, Shanghai China, Korea, Hong Kong, and the Philippines, Osaka Ohsho is widely recognized to serve the world’s #1 gyoza! Look out for the second Philippine branch opening at the Mall of Asia this December 2014.

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