Check Out This Middle Eastern Restaurant For Great Shawarma Pockets & Rolls

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What Makes It Awesome

I really liked Yala's Middle Eastern food, especially their shawarma. While they have a stall you can eat at, I ordered their food in. It reached me fairly hot, which is not something I take for granted.

I tried the Supreme Fries, the Mutton Shawarma Pocket, Chicken Shawarma Roll, Crispy Chicken Bites & Hummus, Chicken & Pita Platter.

Of these, the Mutton Shawarma Pocket and Hummus, Chicken & Pita Platter were easy favourites—I enjoyed the uniqueness and flavours of the Shawarma Pocket, and thought the chicken platter had elements that came together really well. The hummus, in particular, was really well made and didn't taste oily, or like raw chickpeas (a common mishap with hummus).

The Supreme Fries were nice (I think the chicken ones may have been nicer), as were the crispy bites so I'd definitely recommend trying either of those if you're in mood for a snack.

What Could Be Better

I would've liked their rolls to have a little more sauce, but hey, maybe that's just me.

How Much Did It Cost

Under ₹500

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