As the name suggests, Garlic Jo’s is all about garlicky food. And they mean it too – a real boon in a country that’s otherwise rather averse to the stuff!
Garlic Jo’s. - image © Florentyna Leow
As the name suggests, Garlic Jo’s is all about garlicky food. They mean it too. Whether it’s garlic fried rice, Spanish-style garlic soup, garlic and parmesan French fries, garlic-sautéed cheesy leafy greens, or roast garlic and mozzarella spaghetti, garlic lovers are in for a treat. It’s a real boon in a country that’s otherwise rather averse to garlic! Our only gripe is that the desserts at Garlic Jo’s aren’t garlicky at all. It’s a bit of a cop out, but we’ll forgive them for that.
B1 Station Core, Minatomirai Tokyu Square, 2-3-4 Minatomirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, 220-0012
〒220-0012 横浜市西区みなとみらい2-3-4 みなとみらい東急スクエア ステーションコアB1
Train: Directly connected to Minatomirai Station on the Minatomirai line.
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