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Mansourieh, main road, after Charcutier Aoun if you’re going up on your right.

+9614531631

Yoshi – Mansourieh

Small Japanese restaurant hidden in the suburbs of Beirut

4.06(17 votes)

Details

Location:

Mansourieh, Metn

Price:

Between 24$ and 35$

Review by Souad

Yoshi is a small Japanese restaurant on Mansourieh road. The restaurant has around ten tables arranged around a big square bar used by the cooks. The interior design is modern with a combination of wood and stone.

The menu offers the classics of a Japanese restaurant in addition to some innovations of the chef. The food quality is standard and the service is friendly.

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Menu

Starters, soups, sushi, maki, sashimi, noodles, tempura…

Suitable for vegetarians. Serves alcohol.

Good to know

Recommended for families and friends.

Map

Mansourieh, main road, after Charcutier Aoun if you’re going up on your right.

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2 Reviews

  • by Manuella   1 review, 1 helpful vote.
    Oct 31, 2012 at 13:15

    Best Japanese restaurant in town. Excellent food
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    • Reply by Ralph Younes,
      Jan 7, 2013 at 17:26

      I agree.. It is The best but the soya sauce is not!!

Contact

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Phone Number: 04 531 631   or 71 531 631

This restaurant makes delivery.

Opening hours

Monday to Sunday 12PM - 04:00 PM and 7:00 PM - 11:30 PM

Get there

Mansourieh, main road, after Charcutier Aoun if you’re going up on your right.

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