Closer Look: Jaya at the Setai on Miami Beach

Closer Look: Jaya at the Setai on Miami Beach

In addition to Indian cuisine, Thai, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese specialties appear on the menu at Jaya. The new restaurant’s name pays homage to the Setai’s award-winning Indonesian designer, Jaya Ibrahim, who died suddenly several months before the eatery’s opening. Jaya also means “victory” in Sanskrit.



In addition to Indian cuisine, Thai, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese specialties appear on the menu at Jaya. The new restaurant’s name pays homage to the Setai’s award-winning Indonesian designer, Jaya Ibrahim, who died suddenly several months before the eatery’s opening. Jaya also means “victory” in Sanskrit.
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