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Hong Kong
Sheung Wan
Yokohamaya 橫浜屋

Yokohamaya 橫浜屋

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About Yokohamaya 橫浜屋

Family-friendly ✨
Open today
Opens at 12:00 pm
12:00 pm - 9:30 pm
12:00 pm - 9:30 pm
12:00 pm - 9:30 pm
12:00 pm - 9:30 pm
12:00 pm - 9:30 pm
12:00 pm - 9:30 pm

More about the restaurant: Yokohamaya 橫浜屋

There’s nothing like a hot, steamy bowl of ramen to put you in a good mood. Residents of Hong Kong’s Sheung Wan are a happy bunch, and that’s all thanks to Yokohamaya, where ramen noodles and Japanese specialties are served up with a smile for lunch and dinner, every day of the week except Sunday. Situated on the ground floor of the Nam Wo Hong building on Wing Lok Street, Yokohamaya is a must-try for noodle lovers and Japanophiles.

Frequently asked questions

Can I pay with a credit card at Yokohamaya 橫浜屋 restaurant?

No, you can't pay with card at Yokohamaya 橫浜屋 restaurant.

Does the restaurant Yokohamaya 橫浜屋 have parking?

No, the restaurant Yokohamaya 橫浜屋 has no parking.

Thinking about making a Yokohamaya 橫浜屋 booking?

Just steps from Western Market terminus, Sheung Wan Station, Macau Ferry Terminal and Connaught Road West, Yokohamaya on the ground floor of the Nam Wo Hong building is bringing authentic Japanese ramen noodles to Hong Kong’s Sheung Wan. Popular with students, workers, young and old alike, this great ramen eatery is reasonably priced, serving dishes that are packed with flavour.

Already the talk of the town, the ramen noodles and Japanese dishes at Hong Kong’s Yokohamaya are made using time-honoured Japanese recipes. Swing by for dinner and choose from several options like the pork cutlet ramen with wafu salad, miso ramen with fried dumplings, or the Yokohamaya bento including a starter, tofu salad, fried prawn, grilled fish, karaage, tamagoyaki, a mini beef burger, a small bowl of ramen and a drink. And speaking of drinks – Yokohamaya offers several great beverages imported from Japan like ice green tea au lait and 100% apple juice. Hungry now? Make a reservation and head over to his Sheung Wan favourite for a comforting bowl of noodles and a great atmosphere.