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Naya Mezze & Grill
Posted by Kevin C on 02/22/2010
The Lebanese/Middle Eastern food served at naya is even better than what I had during my visit to the middle east. The setting is very modern, looks like a coffee shop at an Apple Store. Service was professional and courteous. will be back for more!
Posted by Anonymous14 on 02/05/2010
I am a huge fan of Middle Eastern food and have had Lebanese many times. Let me precursor the food was not terrible, but certainly not as good as I've had. However, the worst part of the meal was the obnoxious the server had. His stench was in our face the whole night, pouring our wine, taking away our dishes, etc. The decor reminded me of a Japanese Hotel Capsule, very stark, narrow, and clinical. Additionally, I've never tasted so much garlic in a sauce in my life!
Posted by Rudy on 10/24/2009
Friends of us told us about this place and how delicious the food is. After reading about it online we decided to go for dinner. It was a great experience the food was fresh, delicious, authentic and healthy... the okra was amazing and the chicken shish was out of this world. service was very friendly and attentive, the decor is very futuristic, and the ambiance is very hip. we will definitely be back.
Posted by Rahul on 09/26/2009
Completely agree with 3/2/09 and 12/18/08. It's actually comical how the exact same thing that happened to those reviewers happened to us. Service to take our order was extremely quick and friendly, but once we "only" ordered 4 mezze and the Friday night special entree. After that, the waitstaff were still extremely nice but completely ignored us while they *fawned* over all of the tables around us. The first 3 mezze tasted great (grape leaves, fattoush, halloumi cheese pita), but the 4th was not because it was cold (the garlic coriander potatoes). The meatball entree was not good. It took them 20 minutes after we finished eating before they came over to clear our plates and take the dessert order. Once we ordered dessert, the coffee came quickly but the dessert took another 20 minutes to arrive, at which was point it was not good because it was cold. It's sad because you can get good food at a lot of places but why bother if the service is garbage unless you spend more than $50 per person? With the recession in full swing, this place will surely be out of business if they don't change.
Posted by Lovely Lady Di on 07/16/2009
I am a creature of habit and tend to go to same restaurants time and again... Decided to be adventourous and try something new and boy am I glad I did!! The flavor of each dish was so unique I didnt want the meal to end. The shrimp appetizer is a must have if you love garlic and the chicken & beef kabobs were amazing - not to mention the yogurt sauce to compliment which was the best yogurt sauce ever!!! I cant wait to go back.
Posted by gilda on 04/12/2009
Superb lebanese food served by attentive friendly staff. The decor was amazing too! Will be back.
Posted by Yaron on 03/24/2009
Great service, great ambiance, cool venue, and phenomenal food. Probably the best Kibbe you'll ever have in the city! Totally enjoyable!