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About Edera Restaurant
Located in the leafy, affluent neighborhood of Holland Park, Edera is a charming Italian restaurant well known for its warm hospitality and simple approach to Italian food. The restaurant evokes a sense of rustic comfort, with its warm design and earthy details. The atmosphere is relaxed and diners are encouraged to linger over a seasonal menu that features an artful blend of traditional Italian classics as well as signature specialties from Roberto's native Sardinia. Signature Sardinian dishes include Spaghetti with Bottarga, homemade Malloredus Pasta with sausage, tomato and pecorino, Sea Bass baked in salt crust and for dessert the addictive Seadas - little fritters stuffed with sweet ricotta cheese, served warm and drizzled with fragrant honey. For truffle lovers both black and white truffle menus are available seasonally. Roberto's thoughtfully selected wine list features reasonably priced wines from all regions of Italy, including some special selections from Sardegna.
London, W11 4UE
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Sunday: 12:00pm - 5:00pm
Monday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 11:30pm
£26 to £40
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
020 7221 6090
Off street parking
Buses 31, 94, 148, 228, 295, 316 N207 Oxford Tube Coach Service Holland Park Tube Station - Central Line Shepherd's Bush Tube Station - Central Line
Banquet, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Wine
Edera Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
A very good place for a simple but quality lunch with friends. What I like is that although you could have a very grand meal, we just had two mains specials, two sides and fizzy water and two coffees and the total bill was very modest ...about £50 but served with as much polite care as if we had been spending three times as much. Bravo Edera .....your lack of pushiness is very welcome. I'll b back.
One of the best Italian meal ever. (And we have had many!) Very well prepared, well served, delightful atmosphere. We were the only Americans there at the time and we thoroughly enjoyed the Brits' conversations going on around us. (Not eavesdropping, just overhearing.)
Overpriced and average. Server was self important and self impressed. Clearly thinks she should be someplace else doing anything else. Usually when we read negative reviews we assume the diners are cranky or impossible to please. This was the only unsatisfying dining experience we had during our two months in London.
Major disappointment.Service the worst I have experienced.Not once did anyone come to our table to ask whether everything was O.K nor to see if we needed anything.All the attention was for regular clients.The food which was passable but small portions was just put on the table slowly and that was that. Very loud children did not help.A miserable experience.Never again when there are so many good restaurants which realise the benefits of providing good service.My opinion give this restaurant a miss.
Food was excellent, service was not terrific -- inattentive, periodic, and at least one server spoke little English so was not very helpful in taking orders or assisting. This place could be a real neighborhood gem, but the overall service needs to improve. The owner clearly favors his regulars, and did not seem very interested in new patrons. Servers also did not seem to have consistent systems of looking after specific tables and as a result the service experience was very disappointing.
This was specially booked for Mothers Day, as a treat for my wife myself and our two grown up children. The restaurant is attractive in appearance both outside and inside. Our welcome was perfunctory, not even a smile, and after being served with bottled water we had ordered, we were left for around 20 minutes.
The food when it came was distictly average at best. Nothing to enthuse over. I ordered Dover sole as a main course. I realise it's expensive fish but it was tasteless and came on a small bed of brocolli; all vegetables had to be ordered as sides, which I know is common, but after paying £22 for the fish seems exorbitant. My wife's cous cous came with virtually no edible langoustine, a tiny bit of meat no larger than a small prawn; she left almost all of it, I tried it and found it totally unappetising.
We naturally didn't order dessert, but after paying the bill nobody asked if we'd enjoyed the food, asked my wife why she'd left almost all her meal or paid any attention to or interest in us, not even saying goodbye. The one saving grace was a decent bottle of wine.
A very disappointing Mother's Day outing.
Have eaten here before and the standard is still as high as ever. My sister and I both have dietary requirements which Edera always makes sure are taken care of. It is a long, long way for me to come for lunch, i.e. from Poole in Dorset but I never regret the journey.
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