Layton is a city in Davis County, Utah, United States. It is part of the Ogden-Clearfield Metropolitan Statistical Area. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 67,311, rising to an estimated 72,231 by 2014. Layton is the most populous city in Davis County, and the ninth most populous in Utah.
Things to do in Layton
4.5 based on 234 reviews
This is a busy little restaurant and for
good reason! I love a good old fashioned breakfast and this place doesn’t disappoint. Travelled here with co workers... everyone thoroughly enjoyed their food. The scones are huge and while I didn’t personally have one, my co-workers reported they were delicious!
4.5 based on 156 reviews
A much better choice for fast food in Layton - I love the large dining room with giant fireplace mantle, nice chairs and tables, very friendly staff taking orders, keeping it very clean and the food is really delicious. I am especially impressed with the Gyro plate.
4.5 based on 199 reviews
This is our families go-to restaurant and we have lived here for 20 years. Their food is unreal it is so good. Don’t expect good heating and air-conditioning, but that’s not what you go for. Don’t let the ambience trick you. Their food is to die for.
4.5 based on 121 reviews
While traveling back from Antelope Island, we decided on this place from good on-line reviews. They turned out to be correct. To begin with, the hostess explained the salsa bar procedure nicely. The surroundings were clean with a nice quiet ambiance. Our waiter, Joey couldn't have been better! He explained the menu well and answered our many questions. Service was prompt. Food was delicious with generous portions.
We may never be in the area again, but if we are, we will certainly return.
4 based on 132 reviews
Fantastic bbq at the small local place. Eclectic decor and friendly staff. I was there right at noon and place was jammed (a good sign), however the issue causing much of the delay was too many choices...especially of sides. I did a quick count and I saw 19 different choices so people in line had to read through them to choose. I’m guessing you know the top 5-6 do my suggestion would be to ditch the rest and focus on these. This would allow more “turns” of tables as people could order more quickly and line would possibly be out the door (like it was). Great BBQ. Would definitely return
4 based on 215 reviews
We were a party of five that are pretty new to the area. Our hostess was curteous and seated us quickly. Our waiter was pretty cool although he didn't know what the specials consisted of. The Pepper Jack Enchiladas were phenomenal although I wasn't too fond of the cilantro rice which was a little overpowering. There wasn't much food for the price, but the presentation of it was awesome. Overall a pretty great restaurant and will probably go again for a date night.
4 based on 135 reviews
There was a group of us and we had a private room. The bartender was wonderful. Our server was also very good and the food was pretty good. The lamb shank was tough as could be. The bison burger was pretty good. Fish and chips were good. The riblets were fantastic. Should have stuck with those.
4.5 based on 63 reviews
One of two Little Taste of Britain locations. See URL for details.
This is a lovely little place to visit, you'll feel like you've found yourself in a village in England! The fish and chips are worth the visit and there are also English products for purchase including candy and some traditional food items.
4.5 based on 51 reviews
Great atmosphere, excellent food & attentive staff make this rib/steak place a must. All sports on tv plus a yahoo if it’s your birthday. Highly recommended.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
I never wanted to go to this restaurant because of the appearance of the exterior building (very decrepit). There were so many good reviews on trip advisor that I decided to try this restaurant anyway. Unfortunately, I was disappointed. I think the two other Thai restaurants in Layton are far better.
We started with the tempura vegetable appetizer. It was not a proper tempura frying batter. It was thick and very greasy. We barely touched the appetizer because we did not enjoy the way it was fried. I had the pumpkin curry which was very good but rather soupy. The variety of vegetables could have been improved from mostly zucchini. The drunken noodles were also a miss. The flavor wasn’t up to par as we have experienced with the other Thai restaurants in Layton.
Service was very good and the servers were friendly.
I have been to Thailand four times, so I know ethnic Thai food. This restaurant did not impress and I will not be returning. I do not know why there are so many good reviews on trip advisor.
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