Venue Info

At home in the Dallas Farmer’s Market, Laili dishes out noteworthy authentic Afghan cuisine and handmade Turkish pastries. The menu features items like, Bolani/gözleme (the words are respectively Afghani and Turkish highlighting Laili’s commitment to unity), a sweet, pita-like flatbread stuffed with spinach, feta, and spicy pepper flakes, the Ribeye Wrap, pepper-rubbed, grilled beef kebab wrapped in pita served with a side of spinach and spicy cilantro cream sauce, and Mantu, beef or spinach dumplings topped with yogurt sauce and a house tomato sauce. For dessert, the Turkish baklava made from scratch (as in the paper thin, flaky phyllo dough is rolled and made in-house) is drenched in honey and buttered to flaky perfection, but if that’s not your style the lemon bars are almost as sinful.

Laili, Dallas
Dallas

Laili

Laili 

At home in the Dallas Farmer’s Market, Laili dishes out noteworthy authentic Afghan cuisine and handmade Turkish pastries. The menu features items like, Bolani/gözleme (the words are respectively Afghani and Turkish highlighting Laili’s commitment to unity), a sweet, pita-like flatbread stuffed with spinach, feta, and spicy pepper flakes, the Ribeye Wrap, pepper-rubbed, grilled beef kebab wrapped in pita served with a side of spinach and spicy cilantro cream sauce, and Mantu, beef or spinach dumplings topped with yogurt sauce and a house tomato sauce. For dessert, the Turkish baklava made from scratch (as in the paper thin, flaky phyllo dough is rolled and made in-house) is drenched in honey and buttered to flaky perfection, but if that’s not your style the lemon bars are almost as sinful.