Discover the delightful new menu at caya

Discover the delightful new menu at caya


Dubai-based restaurant caya invites diners to an impressive new menu inspired by Mediterranean flavours

Elegant local restaurant caya in the heart of Nshama Town Square has launched a charming new menu. Led by corporate chef Joseph El Hajj, the new selection promises a dining experience featuring new classic culinary traditions and practices.

Before starting your culinary journey, take your seat in a minimalist yet aesthetic ambience with tropical inspiration.

The menu offers a range of breakfast specials, including caya’s signature breakfast bread, as well as delicacies such as avocado truffles and Shakshuka-ti. If you’re looking for a heartier option later in the day, caya offers a variety of wood-fired pizzas made with 48-hour fermented yeast. Options offered include Za’atar burrata and Akkawi Raspberry. The menu also includes a summer salad with aged vinaigrette and feta, watermelon and basil oil; sides such as beetroot and classic interpretations of a Caesar salad round out the light fare.

Entrees call for top-notch Parmesan pasta and Greek chicken with the signature kaya sauce and roasted tomatoes. Or, enjoy a fillet of sea bass or grilled rib-eye steak with a creamy pepper sauce and plenty of thick-cut potato wedges. Other innovations include scrambled egg muffins and slow-cooked pasta and lamb meatballs in a rustic tomato sauce.

No meal is complete without delicious desserts; and diners are encouraged to indulge in homemade desserts such as Nutella Tiramisu, Mango Cheesecake and more.

8am to 10pm daily. A la carte. Visit Instagram.

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