Al Ain
Yokohama Kannai: Middle Eastern
Al Ain (Yokohama Kannai: Middle Eastern)
Al Ain
Open 5:30-11pm. Closed Mondays.
Sun: Open Sundays

Arabic, Lebanese and Moroccan food (set dinners for each, or a la carte) prepared by Lebanese owner/chef Ziad, formerly a chef at the Kuwaiti embassy. From the superb mezze and pita bread to delicious grilled meats and perfect cous cous to the sweet baklava and other desserts, you're assured of a complete Middle Eastern experience. If that isn't enough, order a hookah with a bowl of apple-flavored tobacco to share with everyone else at your table while you watch the belly dancing (Friday and Saturday nights from 8:30).

Yokohama Kannai
Naka-ku, Yokohama, Yayoicho 2-17, Stalk Tower Ohdori-Koen Bldg. B1F.
Tokyo Beyond Sushi - the guidebook
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