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11009 Burbank Blvd UNIT 117, Los Angeles
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If you never happened to degust Lebanese and Mediterranean cuisines, get your chance at this restaurant. Mouthwatering hummus, kafta and falafels are the best dishes. Try perfectly cooked baklava Hayat's Kitchen offers. Good wine will make your meal even more delicious and you'll certainly come back. Some visitors recommend delicious lemonade, coffee or tea at this place.

Musicians perform live music in the evening. The accommodating staff welcomes people all year round. Fabulous service is something that guests highlight in their reviews. Prices here are reported to be average. You will appreciate the fine decor and exotic atmosphere of this spot. Trip users rated this restaurant and it received 4.5.

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Love this restaurant. The staff here is fantastic. Their food - delicious. I haven't visited this place in many years and it is obvious that nothing has changed. The food is still the same. Home cooked goodness in every bite, not to mention the dessert display case.... heavenly. You honestly feel like you are dining at home. They bring customary pickled cucumbers and turnips to the table. Couldn't be better than that. Their hummus and garlic sauce is delicious, too. You have to try their Spinach Pies - my new found favorite!You know I couldn't leave without buying baklava! Honestly was craving it! My favorite was the pistachio baklava! I'll definitely be back!
Excellent spot for delicious Lebanese food. This place will surprise you. The service here is attentive. I can see why they have a lot of good reviews.
Let me start by saying I have eaten at Hayat's Kitchen several times and I do love the foul mudammas. I have always had pretty fair service at Hayat's Kitchen - not great, not terrible - that is, until tonight. There were two waitresses, a redhead and a blonde. Each had a tattoo on the backside of her right elbow. When I walked in an older gentleman told me to sit wherever I liked. I chose an indoor table and sat down. The redhead waitress brought a menu and walked away. No issue here, but no water or pickles either. When she came back I asked about lamb shish. I saw beef shish and chicken shish, but apparently only lamb chops, no lamb shish. In a barely audible voice the waitress said there was no lamb shish but there was lamb shank ... at least that's what I thought I heard. I was disappointed but said okay and asked if she was ready to take my order. She stood at my table like a bystander rather than a waitress, so I thought I should ask. She said yes but she did not have a pen and pad. I ordered hot tea, foul mudammas and potato harra. As I waited for my meal I noticed that every other table had a pickle dish and I remembered that I should have received one when I sat down. The waitress came and placed the foul on the table with the accompanying garnishes but there was no pita bread. One eats foul with pita bread, so I figured she must've had her hands full when she brought the foul and garnishes, and so she must have also gone back to get the pita. How long did I wait for pita bread? I don't know. But when I realized my food was going to get cold if I didn't ask for it, I got up and asked the blonde waitress to bring it for me. In no time she did. I began to eat the foul; as usual it was quite good. I remembered the pickle dish and asked the blonde waitress if she would bring me one and also check if the redhead had ordered my potatoes because they hadn't been brought to my table either. The blonde waitress, whose elbow tattoo is of crossed fingers, happily brought the pickles and the potatoes. This waitress checked up on me and served me for the remainder of my time there. On paying my bill I tipped only 15%. I didn't want to penalize the blonde waitress but at the same time didn't want to reward the redhead for her lackadaisical inattentiveness. I wrote a note on my check to explain how I felt. I don't want anyone to lose their job but I do want them to do their job. Again, I have liked Hayat's Kitchen in the past. But tonight's redhead waitress didnt provide her customer service.
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11009 Burbank Blvd UNIT 117, Los Angeles, California, USA
Outdoor seating Takeaway Сredit cards accepted Wheelchair accessible No Wi-Fi Parking TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 11:00-22:00
MondayMon 11:00-22:00
TuesdayTue 11:00-22:00
WednesdayWed 11:00-22:00
ThursdayThu 11:00-22:00
FridayFri 11:00-22:00
SaturdaySat 11:00-22:00

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