Yayla Bistro

Yayla Bistro, web site, 2201 N. Westmoreland St., Arlington, VA ( note that it feels like Falls Church to me), 703-533-5600 (Metro Trip Planner – opens in new window) [FCNP | NoVA Mag | Ylp]

Very good cold appetizers and they serve lahmacun, a kind of Turkish pizza and very authentic, and various kinds of pide, or flat breads with toppings. Plus there are the more formal dishes of Bronzino (a fish), kebabs, and the like, which are probably fine but not what I would try. Suddenly we have a new Turkish restaurant, and it is one of the best around, definitely worth a visit. More going for the business and yuppie lunch trade than a mom and pop, but not outrageously priced. Nice d├ęcor, overall recommended.

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One Response to Yayla Bistro

  1. Matt says:

    The lahmacun was indeed excellent. I was also very impressed by the apricot delight dessert.

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