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Layla Mediterranean Grill & Mezze

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4751 Holladay Blvd
Salt Lake City, UT 84117
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(801) 272-9111
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Layla Mediterranean Grill & Mezze - Salt Lake City, UT

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Best Middle Eastern Food in Utah, Hands Down!

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Best Middle Eastern Food in Utah, Hands 5/27/2012

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Love, love, love Layla 2/8/2011

I don't usually venture far from downtown for food, but Layla has made me a repeat customer. Their muhammara is amazing, their crab cakes and fries are addictive and their Musakhan is so flavor-packed that I've not met its equal. Beyond that, the decor is modern, yet cozy and the staff is incredibly attentive. more

Utah's best Middle Eastern/Mediterranean/Lebanese Restaurant 11/4/2010

I have been going to Layla since it has opened about a couple months ago. Every time it has been nothing but an amazing experience. You definately have to check this place out! It will blow you away! I love the way how they have small plates to sample a variety of things, or you can order from the great selection of authentic and fresh entrees, wraps, and signature dishes. One of my favorite middle eastern/lebanese restaurants, not just in Utah, of all time. more
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  • The Scene
    The art-nouveau decor is very simple. Two small dining rooms sport white-linen-clothed tables, and white walls with bright colored "confetti" stripes of purple, yellow, and blue scattered on beams and ceilings. Black high-backed chairs feature three thin prongs that look like the tines of a fork. A small outside patio spreads beneath a huge cottonwood tree.

    The Food
    The split-personality menu features Italian favorites like eggplant parmigiana, chicken picatta and gnocchi alongside Middle Eastern dishes like chicken couscous, hummus bi Tahini, and falafel.

    The Meza plate ($9.99) is the best way to taste a variety of Mediterranean appetizers: the pesto-stuffed mushroom, grape leaves, hummus, baba ghanoush, and pita bread. The flavor of the mushroom was delicious and the pesto, mixed with Asiago cheese, was as fresh as can be. The hummus was smooth and garlicky. The grape leaves were warm and filled with rice, tomato, and fresh herbs, most notably mint.

  • 8/17/2003 Provided by Citysearch

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