We had high hopes for this Mediterranean restaurant that recently opened in the space formerly occupied by Cask 63 and Bloom. Sorry to say we were disappointed. Our hummus, baba ghanouj and falafel appetizers weren't bad. Shish taouk(chicken shish kebabs) main courses
were bland. The house made baklava was the highlight of our meal. Great service can make up for an average meal. Unfortunately, we watched our waiter checking back with other tables throughout the course of dinner, but never with us. We'll continue to frequent Eden's Grill
for its tasty and abundant Mediterranean fare and warm service, but won't return to Naya.
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