Gyoza Bo is a Japanese Restaurant under the brand of Osaka Ohsho, with a more limited menu and a focus on dumplings.
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The jewel of gyoza-lovers
I’ve only been recently introduced to Osaka Ohsho two years ago, and my first visit made me an instant gyoza fanatic. Almost weekly, I would crave for their meat wrapped in delicate dumpling skin, dipped in black vinegar.
However, the nearest Osaka Ohsho to me was pretty far away, and a substitute for it would be Gyoza Bo, a restaurant that was under them as well. Since I only went to Osako Ohsho for just their gyoza anyway, Gyoza Bo kept me perfectly happy. I often get too excited at the prospect of finally satisfying my gyoza cravings and order the 12 pieces Gyoza Set ($10.90) which comes with fragrant rice and egg soup, sheepishly pushing leftovers to my friends after having my fill.
You get my drift. I love gyoza, and the cheap gyoza here is to die for.