Cuisine: Lebanese, Middle Eastern, Moroccan
Price Point: Mains from £10-£20
A Middle Eastern/North African restaurant, which is very much the pride and joy of the leafy green pastures of Ealing Common, Leila prides itself in flavoursome and hearty Moroccan and Lebanese dishes.
The square mile may have a myriad of eateries, but where Leila excels isn’t just in its wholesome cooking or its cosy surroundings, it also has staff who are the epitome of warmth and friendliness, an essential ingredient if you are looking for a wonderful lunch or dinner.
Hot and cold mezze are a real winner on the menu. So if one minute you’re enjoying the kabish (Lebanese pickles) and the next spicy hummous, the next it could be a pastille djaj (traditional Moroccan chicken filo pasty), or a sojok (homemade spicy lamb sausages).
A real crowd-pulling aspect of Leila is that it has something for everyone – from traditional breads and soups, to light salads and even filling taginea and smoky grilled meats.
The décor pronounces itself with a conservatory by the entrance leading to an open dining area that promises a real Middle Eastern world of wonder! An earthy and thoroughly likeable restaurant.