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At Ya Hala—named for the Arabic word for "welcome"—chefs revel in the traditional flavors of Lebanon by crafting a menu of tender lamb dishes, sizzling kababs, a homemade daily dish, and flaky desserts sprinkled with syrup and pistachios. The dishes resemble those a traveler might find abroad, from drinks such as syrupy jellab topped with pine nuts to slices of chicken that teach diners the proper pronunciation of "shawarma." During the month of Ramadan, the chefs also serve hearty evening feasts with an Iftar menu that changes daily.
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