Ayyame’s menu reads like a travel guide for your taste buds, offering what it describes as a fusion of Middle Eastern and North African cuisine. The ambience supports such a wide variety of tastes as it does not overwhelm, but rather lays the foundation for the meal before you. Whether you’re there for breakfast, lunch or dinner, the menu at Ayyame will inspire your palate. We absolutely love their their platters, especially the three-chicken platter featuring Moroccan Pastilla, Palestinian Musakhan, and Lebanese chicken Musahab. From Egyptian Hawawshi to Kuwaiti-style baked eggs, we suggest you head to Ayyame to reward your palate with a trip around the culinary Middle East without ever leaving the city.