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March 10th, 2010 India Nicholas | Food Reviews & Stories
 

Cheap Eats 2010

     
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Family-style meals are our favorite, and Ya Hala definitely encourages diners to indulge in sharing. Here, you can feed four hungry stomachs a Lebanese feast for—no joke!—$25. The à la carte mezza options, like lemony baba ghanouj ($4.75) and crunchy falafel ($5.50), are always accompanied by steaming hot pita bread. For meat lovers, the kebabs ($12.50–$15.95) are juicy and spicy. This is the place to go for a table full of plates, and a perfect spot for those tricky-to-please vegan/carnivore couples.

 
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