Conceived in 2002, Maki was inspired by Japanese cuisine and culture. The elegance, modesty, and piety of the Japanese culture, complemented by extravagant, healthful, and delectable ingredients, have transformed Maki into what it is today: a culinary haven.

Maki's cuisine transcends the boundaries of culture and country. Maki embodies what fusion cuisine is all about. French, Italian, American, and Mediterranean, are examples of some of the various cuisines that Maki infuses with Japanese ingredients and cooking methods. The products of this fusion are wonderful, scrumptious, and healthy dishes offered to our guests.

By no means is Maki a traditional Japanese restaurant, and for certain you will have a culinary adventure unmatched by another. You will taste the spicy, the tangy, the extravagant, and the exotic all in one bite, and only at Maki. Hence, fine, contemporary, fusion Japanese cuisine. Fine are the service, the elegant setting, and the ambience, while contemporary are the recipes that only Maki chefs dare to create. Come in, be at home, be entertained, and enjoy Maki!

*Maki restaurant closed down on September 15, 2013.

  • Operating Hours:
    Everyday from 12:30 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.
  • Delivery Service Available

  • Cuisine:
    Fusion, Japanese/Sushi
Maki Sushi

Addresses and Contacts

  • Map

    Damascus Road Sodeco Tel.: +9611426222
    Mob.: +9613926254


Articles & Media

Americana Group Denies Rumors of... Hot off the Web on Sep 19, 2013
Five of the Best Sushi... The Best of Beirut on Aug 28, 2013
Maki Celebrates... Crave on Jan 3, 2013
Maki Sushi Unveiling New MenuPad Stuff We Love on Aug 30, 2012
Japanese Cuisine at Its Finest: ... Crave on Oct 19, 2012
Maki Sushi New MenuPad Unveiling Album on Sep 4, 2012
Maki Beirut: You place your own ... Article on Aug 30, 2012

Past Events

Maki Sushi Valentine's Day... Gathering (Valentine's Dinner)

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Just woww! Best sushi and sea food everrrr!

Rita Aziz on Jun 25, 2013 via foursquare
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Disapointing...... Some makis are tasteless..... Cripsy tastes like very old oil...i dont recommend it .... Sorry but the place is very gloomy and dark.... Food like crap.... I would avoid

George T on Apr 11, 2013 via foursquare
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Recommend the chefs chopped salad. Very nice!

JK on Jun 15, 2012 via foursquare