A tiny Lebanese restaurant tucked down a dingy Soho alley may not sound promising, but Yalla Yalla has been turning away eager diners nightly since opening last year. Offering excellent Beirut street food, including fresh wraps and light mezze, its Kibbe Nayyeh – pounded raw lamb with parsley and bulgur – is especially good. Read more
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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
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
Yalla Yalla, a gem of a joint up a hidden alleyway in what remains of the sleazy heart of Soho. Read more
Tiny Soho Lebanese street-food joint Yalla Yalla has opened a spiffier branch at 12 Winsley Street, W1, and there are plans for more to follow in the next year or two.
Every so often a new restaurant comes along and captures the imagine and hearts of even the most jaded London diners. Yalla Yalla is one!
Yalla Yalla make a delicious array of food fresh every day. Read more
Each item comes bursting with flavour, from smokey baba gannouj to spicy soujoc sausages or crispy makale samak.