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All reviews truffle pasta tagliolini tiramisu cobb salad salmon bread holland park italian food kensington hilton green beans nice wine good quality food olive oil service was prompt by the glass fine dining
I was walking down the road on the mood for a casual meal - pizza and beer. Saw this restaurant and walked in.
Pizza and beer it most definitely is not, but I was very glad I went in. It is a very nice place....More
Came here solo on business trip. Would be a great place as a couple or a few friends. Fresh pasta was spectacular and good wine list. Service is average staff not overly friendly but that did not take away from the experience.
We wandered into Edera while visiting London and Holland Park for the first time. We fortunately arrived early with out a reservation, the place filled quickly and was busy for Tuesday night. The food was very good. Service is not as attentive as I would...More
the food was little better than average.nothing innovative on the menu.the staff seemed to lose a little interest when two of our party passed on a starter and two did not drink alcohol.all rather mediocre and tired
Located just up the road from our hotel and fairly busy for a Monday night. We didn't have a booking, but they opened up the rear room to accommodate our party of three. If you're looking for Pizza and a vast array of Pasta, this...More
I've lived in London for over 12 years and in that time I've surprisingly only been to Edera 3 times.
I'll keep this review short.
Any chance you get to have the tagliolini with truffle is absolutely die for! What a spectacularly simple yet delicious...More
We came here on the recommendation of a local celebrity who joined us for dinner as well. The restaurant is quiet, discrete, professional, and with a perfect ambiance. The food was simply extraordinary. Starting with the Melanzane alla Parmigiana, I don't think I ever had...More
Oh my goodness. Having worked in and around Holland Park for the last eight years, Edera has been one of those places I always meant to visit but for one reason or another have never got around to going. Possibly because though everyone I know...More
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Response from 482duncana | Reviewed this property |
Parking is very difficult to find in London, especially in Notting Hill and Kensington. I would suggest using the tube or a bus or a taxi. The restaurant is very close to both Holland Park and Shepards's Bush tube stations.
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