- $18 for $30 worth of Japanese and Chinese food
- See the menu.
Cuisine Type: Authentic Chinese and Japanese
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Number of Tables: 25–50
Parking: Parking lot
Alcohol: Full bar
Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
When Wei Wong and Jong Wong founded Shanghai Osaka, they knew they didn't want to open your average Asian-American eatery. So they came up with a twofold approach: First, to create a menu that celebrates classic dishes at their most authentic, the same way one might find them in the Far East. And second, to fuse Chinese and Japanese cuisines—an effort that gave the restaurant its name. They also strive to live up to a high standard of quality. Sushi-grade fish arrives several times per week to ensure its freshness, and the kitchen staff adds no additional MSG to their ingredients while making dishes to order.
And while diners dig in to one of a vast variety of maki rolls or delicacies such as sliced beef, ox tongue, and tripe in a Szechuan-style sauce, they can take in one of the many events held at Shanghai Osaka. DJs stop by on Saturdays to spin tunes as guests fuel their dance moves with specialty cocktails that highlight seasonal ingredients.