Voila French Bistro
New owner since the 1st october 2015, a new menu is crafted by the french chef Jean- Christophe, which reflects the best of East France and the freshest ingredients of the season. Jean Christophe's personal touch and tireless devotion to his creations has made a night at Voilà the perfect place for date night, friends getting together, a nice family dinner, or private party.
This is our very favorite restaurant in Scottsdale!
Very enjoyable. We have been looking for a good french resturant since the 6th Avenue Bistro in old town closed. Voila fills that need. Not cheap but we will look forward to our next visit.
We were very happy spending our anniversary dinner at Voila French Bistro. They did a very nice job with food, service and friendly, cozy environment. Thanks!
The cuisine was authentically French--artistic, tasty, and reasonably-sized portions. The asparagus salad was light and delicious, and we both thoroughly enjoyed our fish. We actually had room for an amazing Profiterolles dessert. The bread was also delicious, but I would've rather had butter than the garlic aioli sauce that came with it. (I'm sure I could've asked). It was a great date night and we'd go there again!
The 3- course dinner for Valentine's Day was excellent. I look forward to going back an sampling their other dishes
Such a lovely French restaurant! The food is superb and the ambiance is quiet and serene. The service is efficient and friendly. We love to go to this lovely, little restaurant.
We have been looking for a quaint French restaurant and have found it in Voila! The lunch menu was sufficient and we will return to experience that Dinner menu.
We had the Croque Madame, the excellent onion soup, and the mussels appetizer. We asked for bread and a freshly baked baguette was delivered to our table. We enjoyed the made in house La Creme Brûlée!
Lovely atmosphere. Wonderful, professional waitress. Made us feel special.
Wasn’t sure what to expect, not having been here before. We were looking for an intimate fine dining experience for our V’day dinner. This nailed it.
Charming Valentine Menu and service. Very pleasant evening.
Food was good but seemed to be a little skimpy. Ate outdoors which would have been nice but it was unseasonably colder than usual for us natives. Did make a special "dessert" for me but seemed like a big production just to get a single scoop of sorbet when it was part of a grander dessert. Overall, it was a nice, but seemingly, pricy meal.
The restaurant is exceedingly accomodating. The food and staff are excellent as is the ambience.
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It is a traditional French restaurant, elegant but cozy at the same time. The moment I enter, a nice copy of the The Luncheon Boating Party painted by Renoir, caught my attention. We were welcomed by the chef's wife who took us to our reserved table. I felt that personal touch that makes people to come back. I order onion soup, Biftec tartar, and ile flottante. My son had Choucroute and there was no bite left on the plate. Everything was very good! The service was also very professional and courteous. I have to go back soon and try more dishes and desserts. Reservation made time in advance is a must.
The food was delicious and very reasonably priced!
Voila has become one of our most favorite restaurants in the Valley. You will not be disappointed!
Loved the large mussels and the grand marnier souffle .
Voila is French -- no doubt about it. The menu includes many traditional dishes we have come to miss. Preparations are OK. Appearance is good, but there are restaurants in metro Phoenix that deliver more taste from the same ingredients. Wine list is good -- lots of choice in varietals and prices. As would be expected in a French bistro, the place is crowded except for the area near the street-side which seems to have more space between tables. Lots of patio seating, too. On balance, Voila is not bad -- we may be back.
Outstanding food service etc. Owner served us and was a hoot. She has a great personality and is a joy to be around. All the courses were served in the proper time beautifully plated and delicious. We would suggest this restaurant to anyone who appreciates fine French cooking.
It was excellent- as usual
The food was delicious, and the portions were generous. Both my husband and I enjoyed another taste the following night when we had our "left-overs"!
We look forward to returning.
Wonderful escargot and salad nicoise - the bead is to die for! The French onion soup had some seasoning that was a bit off-putting (to my palette) but I ate it all gone - so it (obviously) wasn't that offensive. We'll be back!
A nice small restaurant with personalized service and great food. The chef and his wife along with the one or two person staff make you feel you are in a small bistro in France.
Try the foie gras entry but more importantly try the soufflé for desert- unbeatable.
Exceptional cuisine! Highly recommend!
The service was excellent. It was our first time and we were made to feel very welcome. The soufflé was the best I’ve ever eaten. Save room for dessert!
Fabulous! We love this new restaurant in North East Scottsdale. Plan to go again for Valentines Dsy!
We won't be going back and would not recommend to a friend. Main entree arrived cold and unfortunately the owner had an unpleasant attitude after we returned the cold entree. Even after ordering appetizers, a$65 bottle of wine and 2 entrees. Poor customer service.
In Scottsdale a must destination! Found this gem and we will return.
Lovely small place with great food and wonderful service.
Chef Jean-Christophe is amazing at what he does! The food was fantastic as always. If you're in the Phoenix Metro area you need to visit Voila! You will not be disappointed!
The Epiphany Dinner last Sunday was good, but not perfect. The food was excellent. The wine service was poor. We expected at least 2 pourings of each wine with each course, but this was not the case. The wines were good, but the amount given for an "all inclusive - fixed price" dinner was not enough. For the first wine, my wife was given barely half an inch in a regular wine glass. I was given an average amount. We had to ask for more and it was provided, but not with a "smile". The amount given for the next two wines was adequate, but again, we had to ask for a refill when our glasses were empty. When such an all-inclusive dinner is advertised it should be stated how much wine is included if there is a limit.
We will continue to visit Voila because of its close proximity and because of the excellent food, but we will purchase wine by the glass and watch how much is given each time.
Always a delightful dining experience. It is French food at its finest here in the valley. Unpretentious, dressy casual ambiance, and attentive well qualified staff complement the exceptional cuisine. Those celebrating a special occasion would not be disappointed.
Absolutely outstanding. Like being back in small village French perfection
From start to finish a first class experience. Service was great and the food was exceptional. We will defiantly be back. Thank you.
We have never had a bad meal here! The service and food is outstanding ! I highly recommend! It is a jewel in the desert.
Great food, excellent service good ambience. Love the white table cloths the excellent spacing of tables and being able to have a conversation with your lunch or dinner companion without being drowned out by the sound of loud TVs or music. Soothing relaxing and top of my list for special occasions as well as every day favourites
Entrees were 5 star. Salads were 4 star. Soup was 3 star.
An excellent experience all around. We’ll be back.
This is a new go-to place for us! Wonderful food and staff!
We have been twice and can’t wait to go back! We love their French Onion soup!!