The name of this restaurant, pronounced “leh kay-lah,” loosely translates to “together,” which reflects the eclectic, friendly vibe at this lively Washington Heights eatery. Families flock to the weekend brunch for egg dishes, muffins, pancakes and kiddie specials like the Nutella & banana sandwich. Stop in for lunch (Monday through Friday from 11am to 4pm) and enjoy quick bites like mac & cheese and soup and salad for $8 and under. Le Cheile also serves up a family–style supper on Sunday evenings.
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