5556 NE 4th Ct, Miami, FL 33137
Phone: (305) 586-4034
Soyka's Restaurant Cafe & Bar
Parking: Street, Lot, Valet, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, Family Style, American, French, Take Out, Cafeterias, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, European, Continental, Pizza
Alcohol: Full Bar
Good For Family: Yes
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
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05/07/2010Provided by Citysearch -
AWFUL!! AWFUL!! AWFUL!!! Used to go all the time and it went downhill. Thought I'd give it a try and boy what a mistake. 30 mins to get appetizer which was followed 30 seconds later with my entree chicken and mashed potatoes. I asked the waitress why did i have to wait 30 mins to get my app and entree served at the same time. She simply said sorry and walked away.On top of it both were horrible. Manager took entree away and returned 20 mins later with dry chicken.The manager stated that the entree was a new order but it was so dry I find that hard to believe. I urge you to avoid this place at all costs.. It's worse then ever!!!!! Waitress was not worthy of a 36 dollar check, she belongs in a diner (if that)
10/03/2009Provided by Citysearch -
My girlfriends and I went to Soyka during Miami Spice month. Daniel was out server and he did a wonderful job at taking care of us.
The food came out all at once, our glasses were continuously refilled without having to ask for it, and everything tasted good for the price.
Great atmosphere, low lighting, background music was low enough that we could still hear ourselves talk. Soyka is great for a group gathering or romantic date. We all look forward to going back for more!
04/06/2008Provided by Citysearch -
SOYKA! This is truly my favorite restaurant, hang-out and the place to meet friends. The prices are extremely reasonable, the food and service are always top notch. A very unusal atmosphere which feels more like NY than Miami and they are the pioneer in the neighborhood to which we are all thankful.
This is also one of the most diversed crowds I have ever scene. No matter who you are, no matter how you are dressed this is the place that will make you most comfortable.
I highly recommend this restaurant if you are looking for great food, impectable service, unusual atmosphere and just want to go out to have a fun time without any pretense
11/11/2005Provided by Citysearch -
This place gets worse with each visit. Loud obnoxious waiters telling you how little they make (is that MY problem?)Mediocre food, LOUD room (BAD acoustics) It's no surprise that the Coconut Grove location failed: they would never put up with the crap that the uninformed Morningside crowd would!
04/21/2005Provided by Citysearch -
The best you can say about Soyka is that you can expect the unexpected. After a lousy meal served by a polite waiter, you return for a fairly good meal served by the devil's son with an attitude from Hell. All of this goes on while the owner is busy schmoozing with his friends! The prices are too high for such uneven service and average, at best, food. No wonder why their other location in the Grove failed.
10/06/2003Provided by Citysearch -
If the mark of a good restaurant is consistency, then Im afraid Soyk is not good. Sandwiches and Burgers are good, but some of the entrees have missed their mark. Service has ranged from excellent to ""I'm doing you a favor by waiting on you"" from surly staff. Turkey club was ordered butTurkey burger was delievered (and returned with much attitude from waiter"".
Good location in an up and coming area. Serviceable food, but nothing to write home about. Suburbans love it, as they feel they are being cool by eating there. You can do better.
06/18/2003Provided by Citysearch -
Don't go out of your way for this one, but the desserts and cocktails make it a worthwhile meeting place before hitting the beach or the Design District for the night. The BBQ chicken pizza was a little more than I-- and most, I'm sure--could handle. More often than not entrees seem better on paper than on your palate, which is a great reason to skip the meal and go straight to dessert. The dining room offers seats good and bad (i.e. stay away from the kitchen if you have anything to say to your friends) and on a crowded night it can be overwhelming. A nice try by the notable SoFla restaurateur, but somewhat of a let down.
01/17/2003Provided by Citysearch -
Anyone whos tired of miami dining and is in need of good food and a great dining experience, must come to Soyka. After driving through a neighborhood which could rival any urban ghetto, you reach an attractive sort of oasis. The decor is hip and you makes you feel like you are back in style. The sesame seared salmon is absolutely addictive and the wine selection is great. I will definetely go back with out of town friends. Soyka encompasses everything good and cool about Miami.
01/02/2003Provided by Citysearch -
Go there when you are tired of regular restaurant food and feel like having something Grandma would have made - Meatloaf, Grilled Chicken with Veggies or a French Onion Soup big enough that it could be a main course.
The restaurant bar is also great to have a drink before dinner.
12/30/2002Provided by Citysearch -
The most consistently uneven dining experience one could imagine. from long waits, to useless rude waitstaff, wonderful tables, to fabulous attentive helpful service. The food is good and well presented. But there are just about as many seating areas to lend diversity to the ambience. Maybe its the large dining room.