Yall Yalla

12 Winsley Street, London W1W 8HQ

Opening hours

Sunday: CLOSED - CLOSED
Monday: 10:00 - 23:30
Tuesday: 10:00 - 23:30
Wednesday: 10:00 - 23:30
Thursday: 10:00 - 23:30
Friday: 10:00 - 23:30
Saturday: 11:00 - 23:00

Nearest Station

Oxford Circus

020 7637 4748

About us

The first Yalla Yalla, in Green’s Court, Soho, was opened in late 2008 by chef Jad Youssef and his partner Aga Ilska. Beirut-born Jad met Aga, who is Polish, while the two worked in a central London Lebanese restaurant – she ran the front-of-house while he was in the kitchen.Their dream and their passion was to open their own business, and when the tiny Soho site became available they jumped at the opportunity even though it is only 28 seats, the first Yalla Yalla was an instant hit with the local Soho crowd. Opening a larger restaurant just off Oxford Street, offering informal and relaxed Lebanese and other Middle Eastern cuisine.Yalla Yalla operates a walk-in policy but accept bookings for parties of 10 or more.


Website

http://www.yalla-yalla.co.uk/


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Yalla Yalla
Reviewed from Google

3.9 out of 5 stars

Ola Dada
Ola Dada

4 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

A nice Lebanese and middle eastern restaurant off Oxford street in london. We just wanted something quick to eat. The ambiance was great and it was during the week so it was not too busy the staff were friendly and helpful and the food was good.

Review Man
Review Man

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Really poor food. A mix grill with salad and rice. What do they do. They dump it all on one normal sized plate. So whatever you do, it will fall off the he plate. The 'Lebanese salad' was just onions and red cabbage. The lamb meat was too chewy and some were uncooked inside and so I left the rest. Chicken was just dry. The kebab was actually flavoursome. The portion size is shocking though. They list items as 'a skewer', but you don't get a skewers worth, but some pieces from one. When I went to pay they added a service charge and they very cleverly had that on the menu in quite small writing and I don't think anybody would notice it. I told them about the portion size and the person would not accept their company had misled customers about the menu, I mentioned about the salad which was just red cabbage and onions and he agreed it was not proper salad but did not do anything about it. I did not mention about some of the food issues as I was obviously not getting anywhere and even though I said it was too expensive and was not happy paying a service charge I got ignored and so just paid. I was polite and he was too but maybe this is business for them. Possibly high rents to pay. He did say the price includes that I got to sit down at a table and eat. I should of mentioned that the chairs have their seat pads missing! And it hurts sitting on wood and I had to find another chair to sit on. This is not Lebanese food but food modified for English customers. Actually that is pretty much what the Waiter said. That people ask for this and that so they have to change the menu. Well I guess it doesn't apply to me since I got nowhere with my issues.

Alexandra Louise Salter
Alexandra Louise Salter

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Really generous portions, gorgeous food. Drinks menu is a bit different and prices quite fair for London. Nice atmosphere, good service. Good place for date night

Caroline Mayberry
Caroline Mayberry

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Just bloody brilliant. Great food. Great service. Great location. I just love it. Would eat lunch here everyday if I could.

Moez Mitha
Moez Mitha

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Excellent food with a great menu. The mains are really good and the portion sizes are more than big enough. Hence, it's really good for getting a few plates between you. I'd definitely recommend this restaurant. Price wise, it's spot on. Not the cheapest place around but it still returns excellent value for money. Really decent service when I went for lunch.