Very nice setting Very good food Very reasonable prices Very nice service Located away from the downtown crowds, Aya offers a nice get-a-way. Middle Eastern menu. BYOB. No immediate parking but parking lots are near by.
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This place has many pros: 1-nice atmosphere 2-amazing portions 3-delicious dishes especially moussaka 4-great service *I wanted to see the Egyptian owner of this place and I knew there are two owners. Met Mr. Adel and he is a very friendly person. *The next day...More
This is a small cafe with delicious food and terrific service. We were all delighted with our choices. We were walking so parking was not an issue for us, but nearly all cities have downtown parking issues and Philadelphia is no different in this regard--we...More
First of all parking is very inconvenient. Have to circle around the block to find a meter. Then you need to keep going out and feed the meter with tons of quarters. Ambience is the best part of the café. It is pretty cozy inside....More
Aya's is a standby for business lunches for me and many colleagues. The falafel is outstanding--crisp, flavorful, fully cooked and not greasy. It is just amazing. LIkewise, the hummus and pita are amazing. Well, then there are the delicious kabobs, and if you have space,...More
They have a number of delicious vegetarian options and also were extremely accommodating for allergy issues.
After an afternoon at the Academy of Natural Sciences, went to Aya's Cafe for an early dinner with my husband, two kids and my dad. The lighting was very low, but we got used to that quickly. Our server was very attentive. She gave some...More
Quiet, friendly place with excellent Greek food. We had a chicken shish kabab served over a feta salad. BYOB
We booked a reservation because I had a coupon from restaurant.com. What a pleasant surprise to find the food was excellent. The atmosphere is nice. The grilled lamb chops & the mixed vegetables were superb. My wife had the 3 meat combo, We'll be back