Ada Street never disappoints. The food keeps getting better and the staff is friendly and helpful.
My boyfriend and I dined on May 31st, the food was good but the cocktails and service was even better. We were seated at the bar and it turned out to be great. The bartenders were able to make suggestions and compose ddrinks for us off the menu. All the cocktails we had were amazing. It is a small plate restaurant and the plates are small, we shared six and it was just right. Will definitley go back.
Enjoyed Ada Street with four friends on Friday night. The minute I walked in I loved the private, exclusive hidden feel of the restaurant. We shared several dishes with the following being my favorites, Duck, Manchego bites, Salmon Spring Rolls and the Tomato/Avocado Panzanella Salad. The Chocolate Dessert was also amazing! All of my friends loved this place and all of us agreed we can't wait to go back. Also, they have great Pisco Sours!
Always a good time, consistently amazing on all fronts. Thanks Ada!
Great spot! Finally went with my girlfriend for our anniversary and it was incredible. Great cocktails- try the bourbon smash and fistfull of dollars. Outstanding food- try the lamb ribs, dry aged strip loin, and poached prawns! Love this place and can't wait to go back!
You'd never know what was behind that door, looking at it from the street. Had an enjoyable small-plates meal. Loved picking out the vinyl & handing it off to the bartender! Really enjoyed the fried manchego cheese, the lamb ribs, and my husband especially liked the chocolate dessert--which was a heap of chocolate served with salty bread--totally delicious! Turned out that friends of ours were meeting up later for a party out the back/open-air space...was a nice warm night to be outside. We had a table against the wall (across from bar) for our dinner, which was prime seating. The tall tables lining the hallway might be kind of a bummer...due to the constant foot traffic.
Ada Street is simply a place that I have always wanted to own as a person being in the industry. Dim lighting, stiff drinks and good conversation is what it's all about.
This is a good restaurant however I do not believe it to be fabulous, nor worth the money. This was the 2nd time we've dined here in 10 months and it was a very different experience from the last. While the food was tasty, it lacked palatable distinction from one plate to another ( at least in the sharing menu where many items are fried). In essence what was a big turnoff was a line item on the menu for a '6pack to the kitchen staff @ $10'. The audacity this chef has - if her culinary menu was twice as tasty or the scene twice as cool- maybe she could get away with it. Yet not currently, nor in my previous experience. I think this is a trendy spot for patrons just getting into the culinary experience.
Our second visit to the great place. Just as good as our first. I find it hard to find faults with this place or it's food/drinks. Cocktails are inventive and perfectly balanced. Food is creative and because they are small dishes it's easy to try a lot of selections on a single visit. Most of all, the bartenders and, in particular, the wait staff make you really feel that they are glad to have you there. I haven't found a place who's staff has a better attitude.
I highly recommend the deep fried black eye peas and hot donuts with caramel dipping sauce. Everything in between too!!
First time at Ada and we loved it!!! Food was amazing and staff was even better! Only thing that wasn't perfect was the fact that the plates are really small and my friend (who is 6'7) wasn't full even after 7 small plates. Otherwise, AWESOME!