GYOZA no OHSHO is a famous chain of Chinese restaurants, first established in Kyoto in 1967.
Most people would think it's a place for hungry male customers, however, the GYOZA OHSHO, newly opened at the corner of Karasuma-Oike streets, is a very stylish place aimed at female customers.
The interior is very clean and fashionable. No wonder it's been drawing many women's attention all over Kyoto.
Gyoza (Chinese dumplings) without garlic, Tenshin-han (crab omelet on rice), and Soup Gyoza with sour cream and melted butter...the dishes introduce tastes of Kyoto nicely, and they all sound so delicious to me. I probably will come back here again. The food was not fatty at all.
GYOZA OHSHO is close to YUMEYAKATA Oike Bettei.
GYOZA OHSHO URL:
Mon-Sat/ 11:00 am-0:00 pm (last order 11:30 pm) Sun, holidays/11:00 am-10:00 (last order 9:30 pm)
Basically open through out the year.
＊As for the holiday seasons, please confirm with the store.
5 min on foot from Karasuma Oike station, Subway Karasuma/Tozai line