Neya, which offers modern Israeli fare and dining influenced by ancient and modern flavors, is now open in Miami’s Surfside neighborhood. The menu features a unique non-kosher interpretation of Israeli gastronomy, influenced by the culinary legacy of Spain, North Africa and the Levant.
The new restaurant is open daily for dinner service and was designed to bring a singular gastronomic experience to the neighborhood. The sleek, contemporary dining room features 2,700 square feet of space accented with natural wood furniture, matte black fixtures and wraparound windows to create a cozy spot to sit down for cocktails and an array of shareable dishes.
Neya’s menu features a singular list of appetizers, mezze, crudos and Josper entrees. Starter highlights include Shishbarak with wild herbs, tomato concassé and a dish of Crispy Brussel Sprouts bathed in turmeric tahini, toasted pine nuts and chili. Its mezze options include Matbucha with roasted goat cheese, feta and coriander pesto. The signature Shashuka comes with foraged greens and halloum. Crudo options include Tuna Carpaccio with sesame pistachio mix layers. Neya also serves hearty entrées like Roasted Lamb Cutlets, grilled Tiger Prawns spiced with harissa, TLV Seafood Paella with bottarga and fennel, and Grilled Branzino, accompanied by Jerusalem artichoke puree.
On Thursdays, Neya hosts a Ladies Night at its bar, with complimentary drinks from 6 to 8 p.m.
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