Open Hours:Mon-Sat: 10am–11pm. Sun: 10am–10pm
Phone:020 7287 7663
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- 51%Luxury Travelers
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Member Reviews (5)
- Yalla YallaMember ofSpiritual SeekersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 11Oct 22, 2013
Travelers on a budget won't feel like they're sacrificing style at Yalla Yalla, serving upscale Lebanese street food.
- Yalla YallaMember ofSpiritual SeekersLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 7First to ReviewDec 07, 2012
Lebanese street food is the tag line for Yalla Yalla. This basically means gourmet hummus and falafel, with some interesting maze thrown in like chicken livers with pomegranate. The vine leaves and falafel are great as was the chili caipirinha I had. Worth a stop, won't break the bank, and is just a few steps from Oxford Circus.
- Yalla YallaMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Oct 27, 2013
It is a really nice joint for delicious food that is very reasonably priced. The restaurant itself is very small, seating about 20 people at maximum capacity. The first thing you notice when you walk in is the fresh and delicious smell. However, in order to taste the food, you have to be patient and wait, as they don't take reservations and you can easily wait for 40 minutes at dinner hour, which was what my friend and I did. We order just 5 mezze and it was really more than enough food. The halloum is great! Very tender and not as salty as the ones you get from grocery stores. The kibbe Lahme which is minced lamb with cracked wheat is trying as well. Oh and they also have fresh watermelon juice! The whole meal just cost us 16 pound each including tip, which is a great bargain in London, and no wonder the wait is so long.