Many semi-Western style gourmet foods
are from Nagasaki.Let’s try them all!

Through a long history of interaction with foreign cultures,

Nagasaki’s specialties are affected by various countries’ cooking traditions and very unique.Sweets like cute Momokasutera (peach-shaped Japanese sponge cake) and milkshakes,large original chawanmushi (egg custard hodgepodge), voluminous toruko rice, and more.Enjoy these joyful Nagasaki gourmet foods with relish!

Bite-size delicious gyoza (Chinese-style dumpling)

is the restaurant’s specialty with choice ingredients wrapped in a thin skin.

Originator of the 3-cm bite-size gyoza. Pan-fried gyoza (10 pieces, 420 yen) wraps a filling made of minced meat of Unzen brand pork, onion, and lots of Chinese chives in home-made thin dumpling skin, and is fried on an iron plate. Crispy on the outside and juicy inside. You will be addicted.

Nagasaki Hountei Honten
15-13, Doza-machi, Nagasaki
TEL: 095-823-4042
Open: 18:00 - 01:00
Closed: No scheduled holidays

The golden ratio of broth and egg

creates this smooth texture.

Chawanmushi (756 yen) is a classic menu item loved by customers since the establishment of this restaurant in 1866. The ratio of egg and broth made from bonito and kombu (seaweed) creates this smooth texture. 10 ingredients such as congers, bamboo shoots, shrimps and kamaboko fish paste in the dish satisfies your stomach.

Yosso Honten
8-9, Hama-machi, Nagasaki
TEL: 095-821-0001
Open: 11:00 - 21:00 (L.O.20:00)
Closed: The 2nd Tuesday of the month

While reproducing the original,

a French flavor is added to create a graceful dish.

Toruko-fu Rice (1,200 yen) arranges the original toruko rice (a local semi-Western style dish which serves spaghetti, a deep-fried pork cutlet, and pilaf in one dish) created by the owner-chef’s father with French techniques. While truly reproducing the original, a French flavor is added with the pilaf flambéed with white wine, the cutlet sautéed with butter, sauce simmered with red wine, and Nagasaki-style spaghetti created in the image of the first pasta in Japan.

Bistro Bordeaux
2F, Yamazaki Building, 5-22, Yorozuya-machi, Nagasaki
TEL: 095-825-9378
Open: 11:30 - 14:00, 18:00 - 21:00
Closed: Monday

Fall in love with this lovely appearance♡

A standard sweet representing Nagasaki.

Momokasutera (peach-shaped Japanese sponge cake) (Small, 648 yen) combines the form of a peach, which is considered good fortune in China, and a traditional sweet of Nagasaki. The flesh of a peach is formed with a fondant made by simmering sugar, and the leaves are made with a confection made from white bean paste. The Japanese sponge cake’s faint sweetness is well balanced with them. It is also recommended as a gift for its cute appearance that catches women’s hearts.

1-3, Aburaya-machi, Nagasaki
TEL: 095-826-0145
Open: 09:30 - 19:00
Closed: No scheduled holidays

The recipe has been preserved since the establishment of the café.

Eating” a milkshake.

This café established in 1925 is said to be the oldest in Kyushu. The milkshake (680 yen) originated by this long-established café is made of condensed milk, whole eggs, sugar, and shaved ice, and made by shaking it by hand as it was when the café was first established. The ice is half-melted when it is served, and crunchy ice softly melts away in your mouth. A certain freshness is created by adding lemon juice to give it a delicate flavor.

2-47, Aburaya-machi, Nagasaki
TEL: 095-824-2679
Open: 09:00 - 22:00
Open throughout the year

A nostalgic open-air food stall of ice cream

keeping a classic taste from the Showa period.

Ice cream served at an open-air food stall with a blue roof in front of the Megane Bridge. Since the moving stall used to signal its arrival by jingling bells, it is named Chirin-chirin ice (ting-a-ling ice cream) (150 yen). Sherbet-type ice cream sweetened without artificial sweeteners provides natural sweetness and light and gentle texture. Enjoy the classic taste that has not been changed since its creation in 1960.

Uono-machi, Nagasaki (in front of Megane Bridge)
TEL: 095-800-8118
Open: 9:00-17:00
Closed: Rainy days, late November - mid-March