Shaya

Row 1

Details
4213 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 891-4213
Mediterranean
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:00 AM–11:00 PM

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  • Excellent Middle Eastern food. A unique flair. Modern. Light. Sophisticated. Different. It's the Middle Eastern flavors you want and love but way interesting in terms of flavor & presentation.
  • Reservations required. The three or five- dip options plus a hummus are enough to make a meal for two. Vegetarian options galore.
  • Didn't have a bad dish. I don't even like baba ghanoush normally, but I loved it here!
  • Most options are gluten-free and tasty. Since I couldn't have the flatbread I got a selection of vegetables that I could use to dip with. The scallop hummus is worth trying!
  • Everything is awesome! The food & drinks are spot on!
  • amazing food. it's so simple, but it's done so well. hard to find something on the menu that isn't great. i could eat that avocado toast every day!
  • The best meal Ive had in Nola. The pita and curried cauliflower are the best pita and hummus Ive ever had. Chicken schnitzel fries incredible. Everything else awesome.
  • The hummus is incredible. Its a must!! And that presentation
  • Excellent through and through. Great for sharing and tasting a variety of dishes. Recommend the tartar.
  • Amazing hummus
  • All the food tastes delicious, but timing on brining it out was a problem. The Kibbeh Nayeh and beef were standouts.
  • Everything is amazing.
  • Bar is first come first serve, which is great because reservations are required and tough to get.
  • Amazing. Everything. Killer presentation, excellent service, incredibly food. Make reservation.
  • good place for brunch or dinner
  • Rising chef, beautiful place, delicious food. The soft cooked egg hummus with harrissa left me speechless. SUPERB! I'd also recommend the falafel sandwich and pretty much anything else.
  • Eat here once and you'll dream about their pita and hummus for the rest of your days.
  • Must order slow cooked lamb !
  • I had a good experience here but didn't walk away loving it.
  • You can get that creamy, still-warm hummus topped with curried cauliflower, lamb ragu, or a soft-cooked egg. And the lighter-than-air pita emerges still puffy from the wood-burning oven.