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Posted by EK on 12/12/2012
What you need to know: 1 . food is good, not spectacular, the caljones is a too greasy, but delicious when you want that. veggie grilled pizza is also yummy. sausage parm and sausage pasta gets two thumbs up 2. while it is a bit overpriced, the ingredients are fresh and they make everything well. 3. often loud inside with families, and strollers. but the sit down service is courteous and quick.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/10/2011
Flavorless kiddie style pizza. You can find a better pie at your local high school cafeteria.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/29/2010
Paninis as a lunch special or the Plain Jane pizza/salad/drinks for $20 is perfect for the kids, mom , and dad. The back garden is a bit tough to get to with strollers, but is fine once you get there. The pasta dishes are limited, but consistently good-the spaghettini - our favorite.
Posted by D-Rock on 10/19/2010
Placing an order was torture. Hung up on mid-order because another call was coming in. No apology when I called back. Couldn't figure out how to make any modifications to the menu. Food was not bad, but it was not that good. It was $49 for a large plain pie, a rigatoni with plain tomato sauce and a caesar salad. Not the end of the world, but no stunning value, particularly for doughy, soggy crust. Finally, the kicker, was that my credit card was charged $2.61 more than the amount I signed for it. It is an amount that is far too small to warrant submitting an inquiry, but it is disappointing to have been micro-robbed by a neighborhood place. Do not recommend. Jado's pizza (which took over for Monty's on Livingston) has better pizza.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/04/2009
hoped it would be really good but the pie was simple ok. much better pizza in the neighborhood... most really.
Posted by Anon on 10/24/2009
The pizza at Layla is excellent. However, if you are used to eating low-end 99 cent fast-food slices, you won't have the palate to appreciate the quality ingredients and subtle flavors that make up this wonderful pizza.
Posted by EenyMeenyMineyMo on 10/09/2008
The pizza is not stellar, but it is not awful either. Their pies are all square with a very broad border of crust. The fresh mozzarella slice is a little plastic, but I really prefer fresh over the more processed, richer tasting stuff. The regular slice is far moister. There is a lovely back yard with wooden furniture. To those who said bad things: shame on you. Why so harsh?