Harden's survey result
Pair of Lebanese street food cafés that are “small, busy but worth queuing for!” in central London. “The original hidden in Soho is still the best”, but the good-value menu of “fresh” dishes at its Fitzrovia sibling is identical. (The Greenwich branch has bitten the dust.)
Tiny, “cheap ’n’ cheerful” Lebanese street food cafés, whose “interesting” choice of “fresh and zingy” mezze and other dishes “never fails to deliver”.
“Cheap, cheerful, plentiful and so very tasty” – the “zingy” mezze at these “down-to-earth” (“tiny and cramped”) Lebanese cafés, where “it’s easy to get carried away and order too much”. Top Menu Tip – “never go without having the chicken livers”.
A “fresh and filling” feast is to be had at these “buzzy” Lebanese cafés; the “cramped but cosy” original, just off Oxford Street, makes a good respite from shopping, but all locations get the thumbs up.
Yalla Yalla Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Passable lebanese food, a bit hit and miss, service was slow on our visit."
Last orders: 11.30 pm, Sat 11 pm