Hello everyone. I’m @olivertomolife and I’ve studied abroad in Kaohsiung!
Have you ever wanted to eat Italian food in Kaohsiung?
Taiwanese food is delicious, but sometimes you want to try something different.
I believe that pizza and pasta are popular dishes that transcend generations.
Actually, there are many good Italian restaurants in Kaohsiung, and I’m going to introduce you to three of the best places to try them!
If you are planning to live in Kaohsiung, this is a must-see!
I experienced a working holiday in Kaohsiung for one year from February 2020. Currently, I am writing a blog based on that experience.
By reading this article, you’ll get to know about the best Italian food in Kaohsiung!
Three of the best Italian food in Kaohsiung!
1 Big Mama
This Italian restaurant is located in the coastal area of Kaohsiung and is very accessible.
It’s also a popular place to eat lunch because of its reasonable prices.
The window side has a nice view, so you can see Kaohsiung city while eating your meal.
You can read about my experience in the following article.
2 Little East House food&drink
This Italian restaurant is located on a narrow street near the Love River, and looks like an ordinary house hideaway restaurant.
It is also quite popular and reservations are required in advance.
You can eat mainly spaghetti and risotto, but also creative dishes.
It’s a place where you can taste all sorts of pasta, so if you like pasta, this is the place for you!
3 Kyomo Pasta Yida Li Mian
This is a restaurant in a renovated old house without a prominent sign.
It is run by a Japanese owner and has only 18 seats.
The restaurant offers creative Italian cuisine with a Taiwanese flavor.
Reservations are not possible, so it is best to get there early.
- There are many Italian restaurants in Kaohsiung.
- You can enjoy creative Italian cuisine in Kaohsiung.
- The taste of the food is different depending on the restaurant.
I’ve introduced three Italian restaurants you should go to if you’re lost in Kaohsiung!
Stay tuned for more information on Taiwan in the future.
Thank you for reading to the end!