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bonne soupe mais atmosphère pas très agréable: musique trop forte, en anglais seulement et ne correspondant pas à un restaurant de type asiatique. Déplaisant et envie de partir plutôt que de rester.
Service: ont toujours l'air pressés. Pourtant peu de monde...
Très frais. Les portions sont bonnes. La livraison ultra rapide.
I been client for lyla restaurant for about 3 years now and i really like their food, i'm a pretty constant client and in all thesse years the only thing it's been botthering me is this man who works there wich always treats me like i'm annoying him every time i call to order something he don't let me speak always rushing me today for example i called to order and he didn't even let me finish he hang up on me i had to call three times back an finally thank good somebody else answer, i ALWAYS receive this service from this man with no exception, i believe service is one of the most important parts in restaurant industrie along side with the food i don't really care about the looks of the place, i will strongly recommend the owners to teach some manners to this guy because the people is the reasson why your bussines is there and the RESPECT is the less thing you will expect from a serivce honestly this is the first time i say something about this, i am getting pretty tired.
Très belle découverte, des plats aux vraies saveurs viet ! Miam!
Mon vietnamien préféré! La soupe tonkinoise est délicieuse! Le bubble tea aussi.
C'est souvent bondé le midi. Le service est assez inexistant, et c'est souvent très long se faire servir. Disons que si vous êtes pressés le midi, c'est pas nécessairement l'endroit où aller.
Mais c'est très très bon :)
Très bonne soupe tonkinoise poulet grillé et rouleaux impériaux. Généreuse en quantité. Leur prix frise le trop cher. Nourriture est arrivée beaucoup trop tiède.
En somme, la qualité y était et la livraison rapide. J'en recommanderai.
I was looking for a BYOW then i found this vietnamese restaurant. The interior is really nice and the staff are welcoming. I tried their papaya salad as an entree, it was tasty and refreshing. As a main dish I choose the vietnamese rice pankaces served with grill pork, delicious it was. My friend opted for the traditionnal "pho" she said it was great. I would recommend this place for anyone since its really affordable, plus you can bring your own wine or beer.
Il n'y a pas grand viande dans la soupe tonkinoise...juste plein de bouillon. Par contre, les côtelettes de porc sont très bonnes. Donc, ça dépend vraiment de ce que vous prenez.Puis, les plats ne sont vraiment pas chers.
I had walked by Lyla numerous times before and noticed the BYOW sign. The place was usually near empty. On this Sunday evening, my party of three decided to give it a try. To my surprise, the place was packed.
What looks like one more run of the mill Vietnamese eatery is pretty much that - on the food front, at least. The menu is standard (with a larger than usual selection of Pho) and the presentation lacklustre. The ingredients - chicken, shrimp, etc. - are of industrial quality. Fortunately, the prices are in line - so this is not an expensive restaurant, and of course, you can bring your own wine or beer.
Lyla does however excel at service - the staff being numerous and prompt. Decor is a mix of pretentious architectural features (an expensive scalloped ceiling), accompanied by tables and booths requiring refurbishing and lighting bright enough for a Costco warehouse. Clearly, someone changed their minds along the way.
Lyla is fine for a quick inexpensive no-frills weeknight dinner. Just don't bring a date or a birthday party you want to impress.
Every time I pass by in front of this restaurant. There's less and less customers, or even empty. So I had to try it out during lunch time to see if this restaurant has some issue.
The inside of the restaurant is really nice, somewhat it doesn't feel a Vietnamese restaurant, more like a modern summer beach themed restaurant. Service is great, maybe the fact I'm the first customer of the day.
While the environment is great, my Tokinoise soup isn't. The beef meat inside my soup taste really out dated, I had to remove it from my soup. Soup and noodle are just okay, with that minimum of price, I wouldn't complaint.
Okay meal and decent service in a empty restaurant, I'll give another visit to give a chance during evening.
Ça fait 3 fois que je vais à ce restaurant. La soupe tonkinoise est vraiment excellente de même que le repas "poulet/steack grillé". Le service est très bon et les prix sont minimes. Je vous le conseille fortement!