The word Nay, delivered from ancient Arabic, is a wind-blown musical instrument similar to a flute, which originated in the Middle East almost 5000 years ago. That epic history of the region is reflected in the menu of this DIFC hotspot, with classic Lebanese dishes injected with contemporary influences to present a modern interpretation of Lebanese cuisine.
The Décor, whilst paying homage to its Lebanese roots, is a vibrant mix of dark wood, patterned velvet, and leathers in a distinct color palette of orange, red, maroon, blue, and purple. High ceilings and large windows give an open, light feeling that you won’t find in many Arabic restaurants. With musical performances, singers, and shisha, be entertained while experiencing a contemporary Lebanese lunch or dinner, leaving the world behind for an hour or two.