• Beirut Street Food
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    Whether you require delicious food for a birthday dinner,
    an intimate wedding, anniversary, engagement, office catering or indeed a family get together, Yalla Yalla will offer you the advice throughout from choosing menus to finalising the finishing touches.

    Send an email to us
    info@yalla-yalla.co.uk and let us know what you have planned; we will get back as soon as we can.

    We are Yalla Yalla

    Nestled amongst the neon, bright shopfronts and bars of Green’s Court ­ a small laneway off Brewer Street in Soho ­ the original Yalla Yalla Beirut Street Food is a hip little restaurant serving Lebanese and Middle Eastern cuisine.  Decorated with wooden tables, a black and white colour scheme, with yellow accents and cushions made from vintage scarves ­ The 2nd Yalla Yalla site is just north of Oxford Street on a cool corner site at Winsley Street ­ with more space and all the same hallmark food and drink. Both locations are popular with the savvy Soho and West End crowd who adore signature dishes such as the sautéed chicken liver with garlic and pomegrante molasses.
    Yalla Yalla is perfect for a morning coffee and pastry, lunch in or to take away, pre-theatre bites, post-sightseeing pit-stops, takeaway treats or as a meeting place for a night out with friends. It also sells flavoured Shisha.


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    dishes in London

    "Sawda Djej" - Sauteed chicken liver with garlic and pomegranate molasses.

  • Reviews

    "Each item comes bursting with flavour, from smokey baba gannouj to spicy soujoc sausages or crispy makale samak."
    Square Meal

    "Yalla Yalla, a gem of a joint up a hidden alleyway in what remains of the sleazy heart of Soho. Read more"

    "The variety of little mezze dishes to supplement the hearty mains (smoky grills with fluffy vermicelli rice, say) are fresh and balanced, and well-priced to boot. Read More"
    Time Out

    "Mentioned in the Independent. Read more"
    The Independent

    "A small, side street cafe-restaurant of considerable charm (a chunky, rough-hewn wooden counter, a few tightly packed tables, scatter cushions made from old keffiyeh), it is a cosy bolt-hole where even the budget traveller can afford to eat in. Read more"
    The Guardian