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5pm – 10:30pm Monday – Thursday
5pm – 11:00pm Friday – Saturday
5pm – 10:00pm Sunday

Food from all over the world

What flavour do you favour?

Fresh Food

Eating right, staying active, and making healthy food choices is NO EASY FEAT. After all, chemicals and ingredients we struggle to pronounce aren’t all that appetising – so why should we consume them? Here at Aleyah’s Kitchen, we know that fresh is best. That’s why every single dish is cooked one wok at a time using fresh, high-quality ingredients.

Wide Range

Ever been told to eat the rainbow? That’s because meals TEAMING with different colours – like red, orange and green – provide a satisfying range of essential nutrients that’ll keep you fuller for longer. Plus, veggies, meat and grains may help prevent certain health conditions such as heart disease, metabolic syndrome and cancer.

Fast Food

We all have a fondness for food that’s convenient, and fast food is not just fast; it’s inexpensive, hot, and tastes GOOD. Yet, despite its popularity, it comes with a caveat: it’s said to be unhealthy. Well, ours is. We use nutritious ingredients like lean proteins, whole grains, fresh fruits, and vegetables. This makes it quick, fresh, hot and endlessly interesting.

Chinese Food

An incredible range of exotic flavours to savour.

Chinese cuisine is famed for its colour, aroma, taste and appearance, with dishes delicately balancing 5-key flavours – sweet, sour, salty, bitter, and spicy. The Chinese people not only enjoy eating but believe that good food brings HARMONY and closeness to relationships. Shopping daily for fresh food is essential for all Chinese cooking. Even prepared foods such as dim sum or BBQ duck must gleam, glisten, and steam as if just taken out of the oven.

Thai Food

Nutritional value without the calories (or the blown salary).

In Thailand, food forms a central part of any social occasion and often becomes the social occasion itself. Authentic Thai food relies on the careful balancing of sweet, salty, spicy, and sour. Yet, it’s ZINGY, ZESTY AND BOLD, with plenty of umami. Thanks to a plethora of herbs, spices, and sauces, there’s no shortage of flavour profiles combinations. While the seasoning can be spicy for a foreign palate, Thai food ensures that a balance is present.