Updated: April 15, 2019
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10 Of The Best Places To Have Gyoza In Osaka

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What kind of food comes up in your mind when you think of Osaka? Okonomiyaki? Well, you are about to miss the most delicious part of Osaka! Try gyoza, also known as pan-fried dumplings, from the following places!

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Stand-Cham Shoku - Champagne & Gyoza Bar (スタンドシャン食)

What do you like to eat gyoza with? Usually Japanese people go for a beer- but this place offers champagne with gyoza, and this is a must-try combination! Located 2 minute away by walk from Kitashinchi station.

11 Ten (11点)

If you are craving something crispy and filling, this is the place you go. A 7 minute walk from Kitashinchi station, this place is a very small restaurant with only 9 seats (counter seats only), which allows you to experience Osaka's cozy atmosphere.

Tenpei (天平)

A 3 minute walk from Kitashinchi station, you can find the place of origin of one of Osaka's famous type of cuisine: the one-bite gyoza. Although the people and city have changed a lot since the restaurant was established in the 1950s, the taste at Tenpei has not. Whether you are a gyoza lover or not, you cannot miss this place.

Marusho Gyoza (丸正餃子店)

Marusho Gyoza is located at a 10 minute walking distance from Suminodo station. This is a very popular gyoza store that you may not be able to eat at unless you make a reservation. Their gyoza is super crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside with lots of vegetables. It's so tasty that it's almost impossible to stop eating! If you love gyoza, check out Marusho Gyoza.
You can only make reservations after 3 pm, so keep that in mind!

Shodoten (小洞天)

Around a 3 minute walk from Nihonbashi station, or an 8 minute walk from Namba station, this long-established restaurant is famous for their delicious shio ramen and gyoza! Their gyoza's skin is really crispy, and you eat it with tare with chili oil, which makes it even more flavorful. If you are looking for a place to have ramen and gyoza, definitely check this place out!

Gyoza Nabe A-chan

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Gyoza Nabe A-chan specializes in gyoza and hotpot cuisine. What's great is that the gyoza is used as an ingredient in the soup, which works out really well! The gyoza come uncooked and you boil them in the hot pot placed at your table. It's quite fun to do. They also have yaki gyoza (grilled gyoza) and a wide variety of other ingredients that are used for the nabe. For 4,000 yen, you can get an all-you-can-drink and all-you-can-eat nabe course. That's a really good deal.
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Gyoza no Danchan

A small simple restaurant with counter seats that gives you exactly what you want: killer gyozas at a reasonable price. As a main dish, you should have the mabotofu dish wish is the perfect accompaniment to the gyozas. You can get six gyozas for 450 yen and the mabotofu is 850 yen. Located a 7-minute walk from the Shinsaibashi Station.

Mrs. YUN

You want delicious Korean food and gyozas? Mrs. YUN's got you covered. This is one of the best in Osaka for both genres at a reasonable price. You can have tasty Korean-style sushi, hotpots, and gyozas that come either steamed or fried. They also have the interesting "negi mayo kimchi gyoza" which is a platter of gyozas topped with leek and mayo! This is a very popular choice! The resto is located a 5-minute walk from the Nishi Ohashi subway station.

Gyoza Shodai Bataya

Located a 5-minute from the Umeda Station, this is a great new place for gyoza (opened in 2016). The quality is excellent. Every ingredient used is domestic, which is very rare for any type of restaurant in Japan. The gyozas have a delectable gingery taste and a skin that is crispy is you have the fried ones. They also have a good drink selection of drinks under 500 yen.

Gyoza no Mise Momo

Located just a 3-minute walk from the Showacho Station, this tiny restaurant has only a few counter seats. The bite-sized gyozas at Momo are highly praised for their perfect combination of a crispy surface on the side of the gyoza that was cooked on the iron plate and a soft exterior, similar to the skin of a gyoza that has been steamed, on the side of the gyoza that wasn't. What's more, they achieve this perfect crispy side without using too much oil, so the gyozas are actually on the healthy side. Have your gyozas with sake or wine at this place and you'll be in heaven!

Lastly...

Osaka has lots of great gyoza restaurants to offer. We hope you have an amazing gyoza experience at stores mentioned above!

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