YOI Restaurant

What We Do

YOI Restaurant is the best place where you can find various exquisite Asian flavors. Made from fresh high-quality ingredients & served perfectly.
Our plan is to change the concept of ordinary Asian food in Egypt and present you with a unique experience that will take you to the origin of each dish.
We’re here to provide you with a new experience of Asian cuisine; It’s not traditional nor classic. YOI recipes & dishes are inspired by Asian culture & various delicious meals from all over the world. You will find what you expect and so much more!
Our recipes are delightful; each bite is special because it’s not the same taste you’re used to. We’ve added our own touch & created new delicious recipes with a variety of flavors that are inspired by several cuisines & cultures.
YOI’s biggest inspiration is your satisfaction, that’s why we will reintroduce Asian food with a different savory look and taste.

Chef. Adel Said

An experienced Head chef with a proven track record of success, highly Skilled in new development openings through the implementation of efficient operational procedures. He has spent over twelve years in the most dynamic hotel and restaurant groups in Scandinavia and in Holland where he has reached the position of Head Chef. He is fluent in English, Swedish, and Arabic through having lived and worked in Sweden and Netherlands.
He is passionate, creative, and success-driven, coupled with strong organizational and communications skills. His personal desire is to obtain the highest culture of cooking and to learn every day. He has strong interpersonal skills developed through various mediums, the ability to build rapport with colleagues and to follow directions, and delegate adaptability.

シェフの声明

Chef Adel Words

“I believe that collaborating with colleagues is how you achieve common goals. While I was working in Clarion Hotel, Stockholm it was awarded by Choice Hotels as the Best Hotel in Scandinavia for three consecutive years. This award was achieved due to teamwork, and this is where I learned to be a team player.”
“I am able to demonstrate my ability to adapt and thrive in new and different environments, from a modest beginning in a medium-sized restaurant, and I have personally risen to become the main leader in the banqueting section in world-renowned hotels. I have an excellent attendance record at work. All my experience has demanded high standards of care and detail, particularly with regard to safety and wellbeing.”

WHY US

YOI specializes in different cooking practices that are common in every Asian restaurant. Our exceptional knowledge of Asian food and its varieties allowed us to blend various dishes together, and create new exotic tastes to be served especially to you.
The importance of quality to us is unparalleled; we care about each & every detail of food preparation, starting from selecting the freshest ingredients to serving them perfectly. Delivering extraordinary food & service is our main goal besides giving you a satisfying unique experience.
Because we know the absolute beauty of Asian food, we refuse for it to be limited to just sushi or noodles, as it gathers a fantastic blend of Asian Cuisines & recipes together.

East Asian Cuisine

East Asian Cuisine

Chinese, Japanese, Mongolian and Taiwanese Cuisines are collectively known as East Asian Cuisine. Being one of the most populated regions of the world, East Asia has many regional cuisines. Rice, Noodles, Soybeans, and Seafood are some of the staple East Asian foods.

Southeast Asian Cuisine

Southeast Asian Cuisine

Southeast Asian foods emphasize light dishes with strong aromatic elements featuring flavors as citrus and herbs such as lime, coriander, and basil. Going to the Far East, the Fish sauce is substituted with Soy sauce and more ingredients like Galangal, Tamarind and Lemongrass became part of the cuisine. The cooking process includes a balanced combination of Stir frying, steaming, and boiling.

South Asian Cuisine

South Asian Cuisine

Cuisine from the Indian sub-continent makes South Asian cuisine. Food in this part of the world is flavored with spices and herbs. Flavored Oil and Ghee are stapled elements in South Asian cuisine. Yogurt and Coconut milk make the base of South Asian curries. Chicken, Mutton, and Fish are the common meats used. Beef and Pork are available only in some parts of the continent since these meats are forbidden for certain religious communities.

Central Asian Cuisine

Central Asian Cuisine

Central Asian Nations have very similar cuisines. They share many features with their neighboring cuisine of Western and Eastern Asia. Many of the country’s use horse meat and mutton as the most common meat. Kumis is a popular drink among Turkish people.

West Asian (Middle East) Cuisine

West Asian (Middle East) Cuisine

West Asian Cuisine is the Cuisine of the Middle East nations excluding Egypt. The cuisine of this region is unique in its own way. Some commonly used ingredients are olives and olive oil, pitas, honey, sesame seeds, dates, sumac, chickpeas, mint, and parsley. Wheat and rice are the base of any meal in West Asian cuisine. Barley and maize are slowly getting popular in some regions. Bread is a major element in every Middle East cuisine. It’s eaten by everyone almost at every meal irrespective of their class or groups. Butter and clarified butter are the most common cooking medium. Olive oil is used instead of butter in some regions. Lamb and mutton have always been the meat of choice in every Middle East meal. The prominent way of cooking meat is grilled or as kebabs. Pork is prohibited in most Middle East Countries since it’s a religiously forbidden meat for Muslims and Jews. Vegetables and pulses have a dominant place in West Asian cuisine. They are boiled, stewed, grilled, stuffed, and cooked with meat and also with rice.

North Asian Cuisine

North Asian Cuisine

Most of North Asia comes under Russian Federation. Hence, North Asian cuisine can be closely related to Russian cuisine. However, some cultures of Siberia have unique and profound cuisine such as the Yakuts and yamai cuisine. Pelmeni, a dish of Permic or Ugric origin has entered mainstream Russian cuisine as a popular dish. Meat preservation for the winter is common in these regions. In Siberia pelmeni are frozen outdoors to preserve meat inside through the long winter. Fish and cowberries are key ingredients in most of North Siberian cuisine.

East Asian Cuisine

Chinese, Japanese, Mongolian and Taiwanese Cuisines are collectively known as East Asian Cuisine. Being one of the most populated regions of the world, East Asia has many regional cuisines. Rice, Noodles, Soybeans, and Seafood are some of the staple East Asian foods.

Southeast Asian Cuisine

Southeast Asian foods emphasize light dishes with strong aromatic elements featuring flavors as citrus and herbs such as lime, coriander, and basil. Going to the Far East, the Fish sauce is substituted with Soy sauce and more ingredients like Galangal, Tamarind and Lemongrass became part of the cuisine. The cooking process includes a balanced combination of Stir frying, steaming, and boiling.

South Asian Cuisine

Cuisine from the Indian sub-continent makes South Asian cuisine. Food in this part of the world is flavored with spices and herbs. Flavored Oil and Ghee are stapled elements in South Asian cuisine. Yogurt and Coconut milk make the base of South Asian curries. Chicken, Mutton, and Fish are the common meats used. Beef and Pork are available only in some parts of the continent since these meats are forbidden for certain religious communities.

Central Asian Cuisine

Central Asian Nations have very similar cuisines. They share many features with their neighboring cuisine of Western and Eastern Asia. Many of the country’s use horse meat and mutton as the most common meat. Kumis is a popular drink among Turkic people..

West Asian (Middle East) Cuisine

West Asian Cuisine is the Cuisine of the Middle East nations excluding Egypt. The cuisine of this region is unique in its own way. Some commonly used ingredients are olives and olive oil, pitas, honey, sesame seeds, dates, sumac, chickpeas, mint, and parsley. Wheat and rice are the base of any meal in West Asian cuisine.

North Asian Cuisine

Most of North Asia comes under Russian Federation. Hence, North Asian cuisine can be closely related to Russian cuisine. However, some cultures of Siberia have unique and profound cuisine such as the Yakuts and yamai cuisine. Pelmeni, a dish of Permic or Ugric origin has entered mainstream Russian cuisine as a popular dish. Meat preservation for the winter is common in these regions. In Siberia pelmeni are frozen outdoors to preserve meat inside through the long winter. Fish and cowberries are key ingredients in most of North Siberian cuisine.

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