Israeli, Mediterranean
$ $ $
4213 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 891-4213
11:00am - 9:00pm
11:00am - 9:00pm
11:00am - 9:00pm
11:00am - 9:00pm
11:00am - 10:00pm
11:00am - 10:00pm
11:00am - 9:00pm



  • 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!
  • Absolutely amazing... pita was freshly made and was brought to table constantly!!! So many of the dips and mezze plates and hummus were omg spectacular + lamb entree was beyond perfect
  • 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!
  • Once in NOLA, its a must go place. Israeli food with simple and very tasty ingredients. Everything we ordered from the menu was delicious. Service was not that great, servers are a little snob.
  • Slow cooked lamb was to die for. Highly recommended.
  • Everything
  • The hummus is a must. Try half sizes so you have more variety
  • My favorite dish was the KIBBEH NAYEH! As starters be sure to order the SALATIM and the ROASTED CAULIFLOWER. Save space for dessert, the WARM CINNAMON BABKA is amazing! P.S. The Pita is Delicious!!!
  • Amazing meal!! Try the hot tea.
  • Had a fantastic meal. Loved the freshly baked pita, cauliflower hummus, tabbouleh, and the Israeli Chardonnay.
  • Make sure to get plenty of hummus and fresh pita.
  • Hummus is the best, especially the lamb. Share everything!
  • French Moroccan w local ingredients & fresh Gulf seafood. Get the Curried Fried Cauliflower, Roasted Chicken, Red Snapper Chraime, Baba Ganoush, Lamb Keebab, Slow Cooked Lamb. Go for lunch or dinner.
  • Take a piece of your pita, scoop up a nice amount of labaneh, and dip it in your olive oil zaatar. You're welcome.
  • Great food, but room and service leave a lot to be desired
  • As a meat eater, i was talked into trying Shaya by my vegan friend and I loved everything my friend ordered!

Nearby places

4336 Magazine St (at Napoleon Ave.)
4318 Magazine St
4238 Magazine St (General Pershing)