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Al Khyam Bakery & Grocery

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(2 Reviews)

4738 N Kedzie Ave, Chicago, IL 60625

(773) 583-3077

OPEN NOW
Today: 11:00 am - 9:00 pm
38
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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Hours

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (773) 583-4377

Phone: (773) 583-3099

Phone: (773) 583-0888

Phone: (773) 583-0999

Payment method
cash, all major credit cards, amex, discover, master card, visa
Price Range
$
Neighborhoods
Northwest Side, Albany Park
AKA

Al-khaymeih Restaurant

Al Khyam Restaurant Inc

Ak-Khyam Bakery

Al-Khaymeih

Categories
Mediterranean Restaurants, Bakeries, Middle Eastern Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Street

Attire: Casual

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: Mediterranean, Bakeries, Middle Eastern

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: No

Price Range : Below Average

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mrjustice

11/18/2007

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Overall
5-Star Middle-Eastern/Mediterranean food. Fabulous Falafel; and, delicious Kabobs. BYO

In the category of Middle-Eastern/Medditerranean Food, this restaurant rates 5 Stars. Informal setting belies the best such food I've eaten at many such places in Chicagoland. You start with the usual complimentary appetizer plate of small green olives and slices of pickled vegetables. For appetizers, we had delicious Falafel ($2.95 for 6 pieces); and, a small but delectable bowl of fresh Lentil soup with a squeeze of lemon (also $2.95). For entrees, we had the Chicken Shawerma plate, and the Kefka Kabob (which was the best I've eaten), and both plates were piled high with Basmati Rice and a roasted tomato, accompanied by a bowl full of toasted Pita. (our entrees were $9.95/each). Best of of all, it's BYO (and no corkage)! Sooo much too eat, we only ate half of our entree plates and had enough for left-overs dinner next night. How can you beat that?

along1111

11/14/2007

Overall
Best Lebanese Deserts EVER!

I love going to this bakery to get their baklava (sorry if I spelled it wrong). They have other similar desert that are equally delicious. They even have a restaurant next door that has the best Lebanese food.

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