Updated: November 07, 2018
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What To Order At The Much-Talked-About Yokohama Cheese Cafe!

If you're looking for a good affordable restaurant near Yokohama Station and you're a cheese lover, the Yokohama Cheese Cafe is a must-go spot! For less than ¥3,000 you can have an opulent cheese-based meal of pasta, pizza or fondue! Enjoy that with a glass of wine and it's hard to imagine a more perfect resto.

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Yokohama Cheese Cafe

Cheese Cafe Yokohama is a restaurant that specializes (you've guessed it) in cheese dishes. It was featured numerous times on Japanese TV for its Parmigiano Reggiano pasta.
The signature dish is prepared in a huge block of parmesan cheese! Seeing it being prepared is unbearably tantalizing if you are a cheese addict.
The restaurant has a really comforting atmosphere too. This is the perfect place to indulge in some exquisite Italian dishes and have a couple of glasses of wine in good company.



The cheese pasta is the most popular dish. It has a ridicously generous amount of cheese in it and fine Italian herbs that blend so well together. What's nice is that you'll get full without breaking the bank because the dish is just around ¥1,500.


If you're more in a pizza mood, they've got you covered! The pizza here is made with their own blend of flour and backed in a firewood stove until the crust is perfectly springy. As you would expect, it has plenty of cheese toppings too! Pizzas are also around ¥1,500.


Another famous dish here is the cheese fondue. They offer many different cheese blends of the dish and it is available in 2 sizes, M (recommended for 2 people) and L (recommended for 3). The M size is about ¥1,000 and the L size about ¥1,200.


If you want to try a little bit of everything, the 5 item courses are the best choice. They are two of them, both at around ¥3,000.


The Italian resto also boasts a good selection of wines that they recommend as pairings for whatever you order. Glasses are about ¥500 and bottles ¥3,000.


Yokohama Cheese Cafe is an inescapable Italian resto for all of you cheese lovers out there! From Yokohama Station's West Exit, it takes about 5-minutes to walk there. Try it out!
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