Time Out Says
With moreish mezze at rock-bottom prices, you can’t really gripe about Yahala’s outlook on life. Beaming waiters, happy customers and mountains of delicious Lebanese tucker all conspire to make eating here a straightforward and enjoyable experience.
Yahala do hummus loaded with hunks of mutton while the mixed grill satisfies the most ardent meat-eater, with its brace of lamb kebabs, a subtle shish taouk, a choice chop and delightful arayes (bread stuffed with mince and tomatoes).
The Yahala special, meanwhile, is a one-stop salad spread containing everything from fattoush to baba ganoush. Let your belt out a notch and prepare to enjoy.
By Jeremy Lawrence | 26 Mar 2008
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