This overly small restaurant tries too hard in many areas. The food is average, the wine list is good, the service is good, some might say rushed. The menu is far too extensive and almost every entree is drowned in some sort of sauce. From the starters to a Thai experiment the quantity is simply too much. There are usually 2 to 3 specials that a diner might be wise to stick to. Steaks are fine as is the fresh Walleye, but the chef's heavy hand with the sauces is once again evident.
This restaurant is very small, noisy, and the decoration is way over the top. The plethora of mirrors, shiny baubles, and coloured lights suggests either no interior designer or one that was on acid. The management has crammed as many tables as possible into a tiny space and navigating to a minuscule washroom (one person at a time) presents quite a challenge.
Tables are jammed against one another and the dining experience suffers. I suppose if you are seeking an average dining experience that is extremely noisy in a tiny restaurant whose interior resembles a space ship, then Lola's is the place for you.
You might get the feeling that if a few tables were removed, the menu shrunk a bit, even at the expense of a greater cost per meal, and the garish decoration toned down, then the food in this restaurant might improve. At least a chef would be freed from the need to turn the room over 3 to 4 times a night.
This could be a very good restaurant but sadly not in it's present iteration.
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