Please rotate your device
Cookies enable us to improve your user experience on our website. By continuing to browse the website you agree to our Cookie Policy.
Welcome to Centurion Magazine
  • Exclusive access for Centurion® Members

    Discover a world of features especially crafted for you

  • My BlackBook

    Customised content that reflects your interests

  • Magazine Archive

    A downloadable repository of issues past

  • Limited Editions

    Products exclusively assembled for you

  • The Compendium by Centurion

    Your ultimate guide for 2016

  • Editors' Desk

    Your direct line to the magazine team

Sign-in

Dyafa

Palestinian-Syrian fare from Reem Assil and Daniel Patterson

Credit: Connor Bruce
Credit: Connor Bruce
Credit: Connor Bruce
Credit: Connor Bruce

From the moment you set eyes on this 105-seat gem in Jack London Square you’re assured of its Arabic roots: see the vibrant flecks of colour on the interiors and the standout, geometric floor tiles. The sharing plates for lunch comprise dishes including dips and grain bowls, along with (Arab convex griddle) saj-baked flatbread wraps. This communal aspect takes precedent for dinner too: gather round for the shrimp tomato clay-pot stew, or charred eggplant with garlic, lemon and tahini, to name but two. With Middle Eastern-inspired cocktails from Aaron Paul as well, a visit to Dyafa is a no-brainer.

 

Visit the website

Credit: Connor Bruce

 

Share This
Advertising

LATEST ARTICLES