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An Original Mix of Italy and Japan

2.75(16 votes)



Beirut City Center, Verdun, ABC Ashrafieh, Le Mall Dbayeh


Between 20$ and 45$

Review by Jean

Scoozi has a very special particularity: it serves both Italian and Japanese cuisine! The double menu offers a wide range of traditional dishes of those two countries, an improbable meeting.

Price range is above average, service is helpful and quick, the place is nicely decorated and calm.

Japanese dishes are quite disappointing, especially for the price. So I wouldn’t recommend to go there to eat Japanese as there are plenty of good sushi restaurants all over Beirut. However, Italian food and desserts are very good, so if you take Scoozi as an Italian restaurant, it is really ok.

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Classic Italian and Japanese menus

Suitable for vegetarians. Serves alcohol.

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5 Reviews

  • by Hasan   1 review, 2 helpful votes.
    Dec 20, 2010 at 15:06

    Open bar, Japanese salad, again Japanese salad, Salmon Sashimi + Variety of Sushi's with No avocado stuff, Sea weed wrapped shrimp tempuras, 2 Temakis with stuff same of whats served in japanese salad, 3 scoops of vanilla ice cream for desert .... AMG!!!
    I'll make sure I take my camping package next time I go there =P
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  • by georges khoury   1 review, 1 helpful vote.
    Jan 4, 2013 at 20:06

    Asked for water glasses. Got stinking glasses that smelled like fish. Don't go there unless you want to get intoxicated.
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  • by Omar   3 reviews, 9 helpful votes.
    Sep 14, 2011 at 21:09

    Scoozi used to be the best italian restaurant.. However, the food quality has been exponentially declining ever since last year. I no longer recommend it!
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  • by fatima   2 reviews, 27 helpful votes.
    Aug 21, 2010 at 01:06

    So i want to know who was there first the egg or the chicken? Was it an italian man who didn't know how to cook and went to japan and didn't learn how to cook japanese well? Or was it a japanese man who didn't know how to cook and went to italy and didn't learn how to cook italian?
    Instead of stinking at both cuisines how about you focus all your efforts on one cuisine and actually be good at it?
    Fries stink we actually fry fries that's why it's called fries it was green for god's sake. Low quality sushi. A small quantity of pasta is soaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaked with a huge quantity of B├ęchamel. And after all this disappointment you have to pay a really big price for those lousy dishes.
    But service was good we should be fair..
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  • by Tarek   3 reviews, 3 helpful votes.
    Aug 28, 2010 at 13:21

    Always love this place, the food, the service, the ambiance, everything!!! I think fatima just had a bad day.
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Beirut City Center

Beirut city center, Hazmieh

Phone Number: 01 355 117


Verdun, Rashid Karameh Street

Phone Number: 01 865489

ABC Ashrafieh

ABC Ashrafieh, Level 3

Phone Number: 01 201111

Le Mall Dbayeh

Phone Number: 71 801456



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