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Watch Chef Carlo Berdahn share his recipes for fattouch salad and pan seared salmon live on the Today Show! The recipes are listed on the site for viewers to try at home.
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Today Show

Yella has become the place to go thanks to word-of-mouth and its discovery by Today Show executive producer Jim Bell. Chef Carlo Berdahn’s childhood experiences in his home county of Lebanon taught him about cooking and being part of a family, and his skills in the kitchen have caught the attention of everyone from big name celebrities to his wife Danielle.
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Boston Globe - Katheleen Conti

Chef Carlo Berdahn talks about his upcoming appearance on the Today Show and the work he and his wife Danielle have done at their restaurant Yella Grille to get to where they are now.
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The Andover Townsman - Judy Wakefield

Listen to an interview by Dean Johnson on the "Dining with Dino" show on WCAP of Danielle Berdahn and Chef Carlo Berdahn.
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WCAP - Dean Johnson

"Yella is a modern Mediterranean restaurant tucked away like a hidden gem in downtown Andover. Yella, is a comfortable and attractive space where guests feel immediately welcomed. Chef Carlo Berdahn and his wife, Danielle, own the restaurant and are warm, friendly people who are passionate about great tasting food." 
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Merrimack Valley Magazine Review

"Yella, a cozy little restaurant in downtown Andover is thick with romantic and culinary chemistry. Danielle and Carlo, who co-own the restaurant, clearly are in love with each other and in love with their food. The flavors in the dishes are bright and balanced. Carlo makes everything from scratch, down the crunchy little pita squares for dipping in babaganouj, a smooth blend of fire-roasted eggplant, lemon juice, tahini, and garlic."
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Andover’s Magazine Article

“[Owner] Danielle Berdahn said, ‘We are going for hip, trendy, elegant style, steering away from the fine dining, uptight service. We want people to feel comfortable in a warm atmosphere. But the 36-seat eatery, with a four-stool bar, also is mindful of the economy, offering lower prices than many upscale restaurants, while also coming up with fixed-price menus for special occasions like wine tastings.”
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Eagle Tribune

“In Andover, Yella Grille’s Mediterranean cuisine is a spot-on representation of the real thing. What a wonderful surprise to find this cozy, little European-style bistro tucked away on a tiny side street in Andover, steps from the town’s posh and lively shopping district.”
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Northshore Magazine – Anna & David Kasabian