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Welcome to Naya Cuisine, bringing the delicacies of the Middle East to Pittsburgh since June 2013. Come in and enjoy our authentic family recipes, always made with fresh ingredients and flavorful spices that will take your taste buds away to a beautiful and unique corner of the world.
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Syrian, Middle Eastern, Mediterranean
Hours of Operation:
Lunch & Dinner:
Monday & Tuesday: 2:00pm - 10:00pm
Wednesday - Saturday: 11:00am - 10:00pm
Sunday: 12:00pm - 8:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
61A, 61C, and 64 public buses stop at Murray and Hobart.
BYO Liquor, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Takeout
Naya Ratings and Reviews
We ate here just by fluke- the restaurant we planned to eat at in nearby Homestead wasn't taking walk-ins so we were scrambling to find a restaurant without a 1 hour wait. When we approached the door we were apprehensive because the place didn't look that fancy and it was almost empty but we decided to give it a try. We were so glad we did! The service was excellent, our servers told us the ingredients in some dishes we asked about and everything was delicious. We had the hummus and the falafels for an appetizer, and we had the Syrian lamb shank and the chicken kebab for dinner. The lamb was outstanding, tender with a variety of dried fruits in the sauce. We finished off the meal with a slice of Syrian cheesecake, which was unlike anything we have ever eaten but was delicious with the taste of rose water, orange blossom and pistachio. The only negative I can say is this place *looks* more like a lunch place- could use some lower lighting and perhaps white tablecloths for the evening service.
The food was very fresh and authentic. The hummus was perfect. We also had dolma, main dish tipur and to drink, hot mint tea. It was wondeful! Syrian food has so much taste and spices were not hot but, very balanced. The service was excellent. This is my favorite restaurant in Pittsburgh.
The folks at Naya were very welcoming to our party of 16, which included 4 teenagers and 4 children. Adham and his colleague welcomed us warmly and were attentive to us throughout our visit. The food was all excellent. I highly recommend the dawood basha. I look forward to returning on our next visit to Pittsburgh.
Went to this restaurant for a family meal while visiting Pittsburgh. The large Mezza platter was delicious and definitely big enough for 4 people to share. Sambousek pastries were also delicious. 3 of us got lamb shanks for entrees. The meat was a little tough, definitely tougher than I expected in a slow cooked lamb shank. I think next time I would try something different on the menu.
Wife and I had a very pleasant supper at Naya. We had never been before and went on a whim and on recommendation from a number of OpenTable reviews. Our waiter was gracious and witty, and the food was spicy and full of flavor. Our experience has guaranteed a revisit with friends and family
Order the Syrian dishes and appetizers which were all very good. The Syrian main dishes were very tasty and included things I have not had elsewhere. The appetizers were outstanding. The only disappointment was their effort to cook French/steak fries which were ordinary. Be warned that the sandwich was huge.
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