Layalina Restaurant

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Customer Reviews

398 Ratings

We had a delightful Sunday Lunch at Layalina; the food was delicious and authentic; we felt that we were back in Lebanon or Syria. The owners extended the wonderful Arab hospitality that we remember so well!
Pat L. · November 7, 2012
Food is good but i wouldnt pay full price. so 1/2 price is just about right for the food you get there
Gris · November 5, 2012
Good value for the money
Donna C. · October 17, 2012

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About Layalina Restaurant


Named after the owners' youngest daughter Layal and an Arabic word meaning "our nights," Layalina Restaurant makes every meal feel like a family dinner. The staff is dedicated to a high level of service that makes every guest feel at home, whether their local regulars or visiting dignitaries such as the crown prince of Bahrain. The decor adds to the inviting experience, with metal chandeliers casting a warm glow and colorful fabrics draped along the ceiling that evoke a tent canopy or hammocks hung playfully out of reach.

The menu showcases family recipes that blend Lebanese and Syrian traditions to create succulent kebabs and vegetarian dishes that earned praise from Gayot. The Washington Post highlighted flavorful appetizers, including the kafta bil jawz, a signature dish that combines lean beef with walnuts, pepper, bulghur, and an enchanting bouquet of herbs. The Post also recognized the hearty entrees, saying that "it would be a shame to miss out on fried lamb shank with creamy orzo."

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