Discover Restaurants offering the best Chinese food in Nagasaki, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. Nagasaki (長崎市, Nagasaki-shi, Japanese: [naɡaꜜsaki]) ( listen (help·info)) is the capital and the largest city of Nagasaki Prefecture on the island of Kyushu in Japan. The city's name, 長崎, means "Long Cape" in Japanese. Nagasaki became a centre of colonial Portuguese and Dutch influence in the 16th through 19th centuries, and Churches and Christian Sites in Nagasaki have been proposed for inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Part of Nagasaki was home to a major Imperial Japanese Navy base during the First Sino-Japanese War and Russo-Japanese War.
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4 based on 41 reviews
There are plenty of places to try Chanpon in Nagasaki, but if you don't want to go to one of the touristy places this is a good place to go.We tried to Chanpon, Chatham (fried rice), yaki soba Shanghai style, and spring rolls. It was all pretty good and we didn't leave anything on our plates. The reviews in Japanese say that many of the locals go here and today was no exception. We weren't the only tourists, but most of the people did seem to be locals from Nagasaki.
4 based on 67 reviews
Visited this resturant 3 times because of the excellent food. Situated at the entrance to ChinaTown, this place serves the local speciality - Champon & Sarauddon. Both a must try. The other recommended dishes on the menu are also great options.reasonably priced and crowded at lunch time with a wait of about 10-15 mins.
4 based on 35 reviews
We arrived in Nagasaki at noon and started looking for a noodle shop around the Nagasaki train station for a quick lunch. We chanced upon this restaurant just 100metres from the Nagasaki Ekimae station selling Chinese-style noodles that are very much a part of the local Nagasaki cuisine. We didn't order the local specialty of champon noodles and instead, settled for a bowl of ramen and fried noodles. We didn't regret our choices as both our orders came brimming with ingredients at a very reasonable price of 650yen each. The noodles were really tasty and they came in a generous portion. The restaurant also sells oden placed in a huge pot at the counter near the kitchen. This place is usually frequented by the locals looking for a quick and hearty lunch as we were the only foreigners there.
4 based on 59 reviews
Nagasaki is famous for Chinese food, so I decided to bring my customers to this restaurant. It is located in Amu Plaza in JR Nagasaki station. So, you can enjoy your meal until the last moment before taking train.
4 based on 98 reviews
Unremarkable Chinese restaurant which was a pleasant change to Japanese cuisine after a week. Portions fine and dishes ordered were all what we expected. High turnover of customers split 70/30 locals/International tourists. Menuâs in Chinese only with pictures and little English spoken but we ordered, ate and departed without any problem.More expensive than we had anticipated with ridiculously priced duck to avoid. For 2 people with a couple of beers and soft drinks, we were 7,250 yen
4 based on 147 reviews
This Chinese restaurant is a well-known store which is located in Nagasaki Chinatown. It offers Nagasaki Chanpon noodle and sara udon noodle, and it privided standard, special, very special noodles. Very special noodles were 1500 yen. Dishes contained shark fin, clams, and scallops. I felt a flavor of the seafood in the soup. I felt that it was much rich taste. I thought that it was a little bit pricey, but I was satisfied because it uses a good ingredients.
4 based on 65 reviews
We visited here around 1 after visiting the peace museum which is just around the corner. There was a a slight wait in line (which is always a good sign) and we were seated after around 20/30 minute wait. We ordered Chanpon, Nagasaki's regional dish which was delicious and filling. Would recommend to all wanting to try this dish. There is an English menu available.
4 based on 639 reviews
Tried the famous Champon at Shikairo and whilst i think the noodles are decent, the portion of the noodles as well as the fried rice and the dish that we ordered were slightly on the small side given the price. Overall, it's probably worth a visit also to see the small museum on level 2 which depicts the history of the chinese and how they set foot in nagasaki. The restaurant also has a good view overlooking the harbour
4 based on 96 reviews
My husband and i went there but we were not even able to sit there despite two free places. It was only 20h ... not a word from the staf nor a brief glance an experience more than unpleasant...
4 based on 535 reviews
We asked at our hotelâs reception desk for a restaurant recommendation in nearby Chinatown and Kozanro was the immediate response. Luckily, we set off on foot with the name written in Japanese, because the English name did not appear on any building and we possessed only a vague, hand-drawn map given to us at the hotel. Locals pointed the way and we arrived at a brightly lit, attractive first-floor restaurant with big windows that looked out on the narrow pedestrian street.A woman greeted us warmly in Japanese and showed us to a table, just inside the big, simple room that was half-full with customers at 7 p.m. An English menu aided in making selections, and we chose spring rolls, sweet and sour pork, beef with peppers and steamed rice. All arrived extremely quickly. We liked everything except the spring rolls, which proved to be greasy and essentially tasteless. Service was excellent. Staff spoke minimal English, but we managed to communicate with little effort.
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