Connected to Shinjuku station, right of Yamada Denki exit.
- All You Can Drink Plan
- English Menu
Concept :Shinjuku Shuzan is a casual Chinese restaurant in the Shinjuku Subnade shopping complex, which is directly connected to Shinjuku station. Shuzan’s authentic Chinese dishes and original noodles prepared by their Japanese chef are extremely popular with foreign diners.
Key Points :Shuzan has 20 varieties of noodle dishes, with 5 versions of their signature Dam Dam Noodle, including rich sesame Dam Dam Noodles (¥980), Paigu pork rib Dam Dam Noodles (¥1,380) and a must-try item, Miso Dam Dam Noodles (¥1,000). Other recommendations include mapo tofu; braised tofu and minced beef in chili sauce (¥800), stir-fried shrimp in chili sauce (¥1,200), sweet and sour pork (¥980) and stir-fried beef and green peppers (¥980).
Recommended Dishes :Shuzan’s course menus are reasonably priced and offer large portions. The ¥2,500 course includes 2 kinds of appetizer, shark fin soup, stir-fried water spinach, You Lin Ji Chi (crispy fried chicken with green onion sauce), fried rice and almond jelly. The ¥3,500 course includes 3 appetizers, shark fin steamed egg custard, fried shrimp and egg in chili sauce and much more. A 2-hour, all-you-can-drink option is also available for ¥1,000. Shuzan is the perfect place for great Chinese food in a casual setting.
- Shinjuku Subnade Underground Shopping Center, Kabukicho 1-chome, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
- Connected to Shinjuku station, right of Yamada Denki exit.
- 03-3354-6347 (please mention JAPAN RESTAURANT.net for making reservations)
- 11am-11pm (LO 10pm)
- Closed On: