I come here often for lunch. Service is good, ambiance is great, and the quality of the ingredients is excellent.
Very expensive and very slow service the first time but gave em a secon chance. Service was a forever wait, timing of apptz versus salad versus meal was annoying. The bill was a shocker. The dancing girl was interesting an for a few moments distracted our frustration about the service. Food was good but not worth the entire experience. It's... More
we went to this restaurant for the first time; what a disappointment! we asked for some bread and the waiter practically threw the bred on our table. the dancer very boring, nothing really to be amazed by..not coming back, wasted my money!
Had a large part of eight and were promptly seated in large round table. While the prices for dinner are a little on the high side the food, ambience and of course belly dancer made it worthwhile. Half the table shared 6 appetizers for $48 and the others ordered salads. Salads were large and fresh but were heavy on the... More
Leila is a NY quality restaurant hidden on a side street in West Palm beach, FL. You get very tasty delicious food with excellent service and a great employee attitude. We were in a rush to catch a flight yet we took the time to enjoy our meal and their appetizers are superb and the shish tawook(my spelling might be... More
This is a fun resturant with a belly dancer that is better than the food. I found the flavor good but the meat over cooked and dry. The atmosphere is not chic but what you would find in a strip shopping center only this was in downtown West Palm Beach.
We have been going to West Palm Beach for the last 3 years we always make a point of going to Leila.. at least once...sometimes twice in 8 weeks...The food, service and ambience has never changed... The food is the best...Their chicken Kabobs are perfectly grilled and moist...Portions are large.The outside patio is great .... and enjoy the weather ...... More
We had a business lunch today 3-29 at Leila restaurant on Old Dixie and Datura Streets. The parking was right next door for $ 5.00 or on the street for a couple of dollars for 2 hours. the food was middle eastern very good kabob and couscous with humus. Ate outside and there was very little noise. Good efficient service... More
We came to Leila at the recommendation of friends for dinner before Salome at the Kravis Center. The special for 2 for dinner was very good, especially the lamb kebob. The dessert and Turkish coffee also good. We tried the Yakut Turkish red and it was good; not measuring up to a Pinot Noir, but well worth drinking.
Horrible, got food poisioning worst middle-eastern food I have ever had. Everytime I think of their falafel I want to gag, it was nasty all I could taste was the flavor of dirty over-used oil.
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