Myrra by Opa Restaurant Opening Soon in Dubai

An experience like no other, Myrra by Opa infuses island flavors and energies from two of the most soulful places on earth: Greece and Spain. 

Opening soon in Dubai, Myrra by Opa, located on the Palm, offers guests an unmatched idyllic beachfront experience reminiscent of the beautiful islands it represents. The interiors will be something out of a picture-perfect getaway, with seating available both indoors and outdoors. 

To add to island life nostalgia, the menu will contain impeccably executed dishes that combine Greek and Spanish cuisines. The insanely delectable flavors will transcend guests to the shores of the beautiful islands without them having to leave Dubai. A feast for all the senses, the succulent dishes will be served so beautifully, that it’s bound to satiate all your cravings. 

True to Greek and Spanish cultures, everyone is welcome. The dining spot is perfect for the whole family, positioning Myrra by Opa as the next picturesque hotspot in Dubai for lunch and dinner. A special kids-friendly area for the young ones will make them want to stay longer than the adults.

Adding to the restaurant’s whimsical and al fresco vibe, the history of Myrra has an enchanting story in both Greece and Spain. In Greek mythology, the Myrr tree was created from Myrra, an immortal woman, who was transformed into a tree for her own protection against her father. This tree is known for it’s natural gum found in it’s tiny thorns, however legend claims that Myrra’s tears became the sap. The word Mira is of Latin origin and means ‘wonderful’, ‘peace’ and ‘prosperous’, and in the Spanish language that we know today, it means ‘look!’. The origins of the name Myrra perfectly illustrate what the new dining spot will be: Mysterious, wonderful and a space you wont be able to take your eyes off!

Greek goddess at ancient city ruins. Beautiful young woman Aphrodite style with golden necklace jewelry. Athena walking Greece. Mythical Hellenic creature. Gorgeous girl actress outdoors. Athens myths

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