We ate the winsley street branch & found the food really good. It was fresh & full of flavour, my husband is egyptian so use to the middle eastern spice's found the different meze's really tasty. We had about 4 different meze's with bread plus a giant prawn dish with rice & a beautiful tomato sauce.the fresh juices are good too, I had the apple,mint & ginger it was great.we got there about...more
This is the bigger of the 2 main Yalla Yalla branches. I visited on a Wednesday evening where as the evening progressed, so did the queues!
I went for a number of the smaller dishes. The falafel was some of the best I ever had and the hummus and baba ganoush are also pretty great. The food doesn't all come out at once, which I didn't mind apart from that our fried fish dish was brought out...more
So this place isn't going to set the world alight but given its location for the price it's going to make a nice quick stop off.
Service was good, didn't need to wait to be served, although 6pm on a Monday doesn't quite have the demand of other days of the week.
There's a nice atmosphere to the place, although don't be expecting an isolated meal, you'll be well acquainted with your fellow...more
Classic Lebanese street food, doesn't get much better than this!
The portions are cheap and the food is so good you want to go there as a group. This ensures you can order everything on the menu and get a taste from all of it! :)
No matter what time of the day it's going to be busy so prepare to wait for a bit. If you visit at lunch time I highly recommend the wraps. For under £5 it's a...more
Great hype, talked about, queue out the door!
Maybe it's the cool looking interior. I admit, I do love the long, chunky wooden tables and benches, even if they are uncomfortable and really hard to maneuver around. The toilets are also nice, clean and have fancy lotion!
Ok, that's great and all, but what about the food?
About half the menu is vegetarian, and a lot of those...more