We take our food quite seriously here at NAY, and while this means we do spend a lot of time and effort perfecting our dishes, it also means we look at other ways to enhance our cuisine. As foodies well know, food is always better when accompanied by something such as a side dish, or beverage. So here we’re going to take a look at some of the beverages offered at NAY, and what exactly makes them so lip-smackingly good.
Next time you decide to hop in at NAY, why not consider opting for one of these, even if it means stepping outside your comfort zone? Try something new and unique and expand your culinary depths.
Though locals will immediately know that Jallab is a traditional drink brought down through centuries, tourists for instance won’t. Which is why we want to recommend this to visitors holidaying in Dubai. Chances are, it’s not what you expected, but we hope something new and invigorating for your senses! Typically, it’s made out of dates, grape molasses and rose water, but our version consists of grape molasses, pine seeds and raisins for an authentic touch.
Lovers of coffee will absolutely love our Turkish Coffee option. Whether you want to relax after a heavy meal, are looking to perk up before work or simply want to unwind after a rough day, a cup of Joe is a very popular option amongst many. Whilst we have espresso, latte, mocha, cappuccino to take your pick from, we definitely recommend the Turkish Coffee. It’s so good, we guarantee even those who don’t normally like coffee will be lining up for this one!
Another traditional addition to our menu, Laban is actually more than just a drink. In some ways, it’s a meal in itself. Made out of yoghurt, it involves a special process which makes it the way it is. It’s actually quite popular with many of our customers, especially the particularly hungry ones who are sometimes too impatient to wait for their food to arrive! It’s also great for soothing angry stomachs, since the yoghurt helps calm the gases that lead to digestive complications. Let us know whether you want it thick or thin, or with mint. The latter certainly adds an extra kick of flavour.