The cafe’s menu
Yesterday we got a chance to visit the newly opened retail center and the next premier lifestyle destination in Oman. It is called THE WALK MALL which is located in a unique and highly sophisticated community of the Wave in Al Azaiba, Muscat.
The mall is considered to be the next big hit when it comes to fine dining, recreation and leisure, and shopping in the heart of the city. It has a world class architectural designs that include the traditional and modern setting of the Arab countries like Oman.
As of the moment, only few shops are open in the area. But soon enough, it will be a favorites hang-out and preferred place for families and friends because of its welcoming and relaxing atmosphere.
While strolling around the area, we happened to see this one-of-a-kind resto, the Leylaki offering mostly Lebanese/Turkish dishes to guests and passersby. It is located at the ground floor of Tower 1 fronting a nice fountain just near the entrance of the building.
I got attracted to the shop’s interior design with a blend of purple and white colors. The chairs are very chic in a tea cup form. Menu brochures are found on tables for any interested diners. With a quick glimpse, I could tell that the food prices are quite affordable.
Leylaki’s food varies from soup, salad, cold and hot starters, sandwiches, shawarmas, grills, daily dishes, desserts, and drinks.
Because we wanted only for a light snack, we go for the salad, shawarma, Lebanese pastries, and grill.
We started with the Fattoush salad that has cucumber, tomato, lettuce, olive oil, and brown crackers. It cost 1.600 OMR.
My sister and son have the chicken shawarma that cost 0.600 baiza for the regular size. This bread warp has minced chicken meat, garlic sauce, pickles, and fresh fries.
I liked the Labneh Man’ooshedh that cost 0.800 baiza which is a circle-shaped bread topped with labneh yogurt and cheese with some slices of tomato, pickles, and peppermint leaves.
My husband tried the Grill meat but quite frustrated of the servings. He got only a piece of bread with some pieces of grilled meat, pickles, and charcoaled side veges for a price of 4.000 Omani Rials.
Our drinks include a water (0.200 baiza), juice (0.400 baiza), and canned orange mirinda softdrink (0.500).
The taste of the food and the service is quite good enough for anyone who just wanted to have a quick snack at a reasonable price. For our orders we only paid around 8.900 Omani Rials.
We will come back to the Mall and hope to try more restos and cafes in the area.
This is another “dining experience” shared to you by “Happy Baker Delights”.
Please come back soon for more restaurants and cafes reviews.
lots of love,
Riah – the Lady behind Happy Baker Delights 🙂