If you are searching for a more traditional halal meal in Nagoya, but still want variety, Ariana is the spot. Much like Om Nom Nom, everything on their menu is halal, including Afghani rice dishes, Iranian kebabs and Indian curries. Also like Om Nom Nom, the drinks are alcohol-free. Smoking is permitted, however, and it even has some hookahs you can puff away on for ¥500. To make sure you experience the most of the diverse menu I’d recommend going in a group and sharing a few curries and kebabs. Sets range in price from ¥1,200-¥3,500 and most come with rice and bread.
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