Featured post: September’s featured post goes to SLC Food Advocate’s exclusive scoop on the delightful looking LAYLA restaurant. I love it when a review catches me off guard, and hits me with a sucker punch of something completely unknown.
LAYLA serves up Lebanese/Mediterranean cuisine in the space occupied by the family’s former restaurant Confetti, at 4751 Holladay Blvd, Salt Lake City. Ill leave you to read through SLC Food Advocate’s LAYLA restaurant review yourself, but descriptions such as “best moussaka in SLC. period” and “zaatar herb flat bread (strong anise/licorice flavors)” already have my mouth watering and demanding a visit.
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El Inti Peruvian Cuisine