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Sindbad Lebanese Restaurant

  Nishi-Shinjuku Tokyo

 

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Sindbad Lebanese Restaurant

Spice Road

Shinjuku I-Land Tower

B1 Patio

6-5-1 Nishi-Shinjuku

Tokyo

Ph: (03) 3343 3783

 

Restaurant Type: Lebanese restaurant

Opening Hours: Open 7 days a week from 11am - 10pm

 

Getting there: 10 minutes walk from Shinjuku Train Station or just 5 minutes walk from Nishi-Shinjuku Station Train Station

 

Restaurant information: The only Lebanese restaurant in all of Japan. Located with the Spice Road restaurant centre in Shinjuku I-Land. Open for lunch and dinner. They have belly dancers performing 8pm Saturday nights. The owner speaks excellent English and can help with the menu. The menu is in Japanese though has photos of all the meals. Serve a range of beers including a Lebanese pilsner beer.

 

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Restaurant Location: Check the Google Map for the location of Sindbad Lebanese Restaurant.

 

 

 

Last updated 11th December 2012

Sindbad Lebanese Restaurant Nishi-Shinjuku Tokyo

Sindbad Lebanese Restaurant Tokyo

Sindbad Lebanese Restaurant

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  Restaurant Reviews

Review submitted 9th December 2011 - by Scott from Sydney

I went in for lunch at Sindbad. The owner greeted me warmly and had a chat to me. Great food and service.

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