We didn't even stay for dinner. The restaurant is not marked clearly. We walked around the block 2 times before we actually found the restaurant. It was basically an unfinished warehouse with some furniture in it. The bartender was rude. We told him we had reservations and he just pointed to one of the 4 tables the restaurant consisted of. Not anything like I was expecting. We looked at the menu and decided to walked across the street where we had a spectacular dinner.
We had a great time! Everything was perfect! Loved the bed and the views from our room.
The menu was minimal, the service was horrible and we left before ordering because the entire first 10 minutes we sat waiting to be helped.
Even though I read reviews, I was surprised at the small size of the restaurant. I didn't like being part of the lobby with many people millimg around; watching people check in was distracting. (My sightline was the reception area.) During our dinner there were kids banging on the lobby piano which was annoying. The food was good enough, but I won't go back.
This was my first visit to the Terrace, the food was very good, you need to try the fried devil eggs...awesome!! The service was outstanding with a very helpful waitstaff. My only complaint, and it's not that big of a deal is the restaurant is to the right of the hotel's front desk, separated by drapes. My back was towards the drapes so for me it felt like a quaint restaurant, but to my partner if felt like we were in the hotel lobby. Would definately go back again.
Food at the terrace bistro was exquisite to say the least, we waited a bit for the steak, but it was soo worth the wait. After our meals, we hit the soda bar and the atmosphere was so lively it felt like you walked in to a friend's party.
The nylorita did not disappoint, and the view, wow, incredible!
I can't wait to go back, it's perfect for any occasion, and the staff was so friendly and professional.
Thank you NYLO for making my Valentine's date one to remember!
First time at the Terrace Bistro at the Nylo Southside. The atmosphere was nice and quiet, food amazing! I got the Bistro Burger and macaroni. Our waitress was super attentive and my friends and myself enjoyed it!
Def plan to go back.
food wasnt bad ... but was great either .. and its price doesnt reflect the quality at all (maybe i went on a off night -- was a saturday though)
very tight seating arrangement ... they kind of crammed a resturanant style area in a narrow hallway .. but it is a hotel so maybe that should be expected
Nylo Plano food is way better and ambiance in my opinion.
I was staying at the NYLO for my bday and decided to dine at the Terrace Bistro. I tried to book reservations for a party of 10 on the website, but I was told (via the site) that reservations were full for parties over 5. So, I decided to make a reservation for 2 and meet with the rest of my party on the roof top later that evening. When we arrived, there were 3 other tables with parties of 2 finishing their meals, and it was very quiet in the dining area. Confusing, huh? Our waitress, Christina, was very sweet and made great suggestions as far and cocktail and food choices went. It took FOREVER to get our food! The halibut was DELICIOUS and so was my Cherry lemonade cocktail. Overall, I'd go again for the food just without a reservation ;)
It was the evening of the fourth of July and the upstairs roof top deck was full. I am confident that this made the service slower than normal. The Mussels were outstanding, but the hamburger was cold and had no vegatables on it. I tried to located the staff to get lettuce, etc. but there was only one person serving the entire downstairs. I do not think they planned ahead for the crowd that was upstairs ordering food as well. I will try the restaurant again on a slower night. The menu looked very appealing.
There was nothing really impressive about the whole place. It seemed to be part of the lobby. The food was pretty standard diner fare. I will come back for drinks and try the bar upstairs. There seems to be a good view from there, there was nothing to brag about downstairs, and the brunch offerings were not up to what I expected from this hotel.