886 Shokudo, a lively and authentic Taiwanese restaurant that features unique cuisine, can be found in Yokohama’s Chinatown. The restaurant’s red-based interior spans two floors with illustrations depicting daily Taiwanese life on the walls. Their lunch menu has a variety of traditional Taiwanese beef noodle dishes that are hand-made and have a thick and firm texture. If you’re visiting after lunch, discover their grand menu which includes delicious appetizers like Taiwanese bamboo shoot, their specially preserved century eggs, and Taiwanese sausages. They also serve Taiwanese dim sum, an assortment of stir-fried vegetables, and a variety of fried food, including Taiwanese ‘stinky’ tofu. 886 Shokudo also offer two Taiwanese delicacies, the three-cup chicken and the three-cup century egg.
For dessert, enjoy their fried sweet potato balls, sesame dumplings, and almond soy milk tea.
To provide the feeling of visiting Taiwan, 886 Shokudo incorporates a variety of unique ingredients and cooking techniques to fully immerse customers in the culture behind the food.
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6 minute walk from Exit 2 of Motomachi Chinatown Station on the Minatomirai Line.