Eden Trattoria makes a common mistake of overcrowding the menu with too many items, then delivering a series of very ordinary plates. Don't come here for the food, come for the outdoor patio on a gorgeous sunny day when food is secondary. Antipasto plate was excellent but then how could a kitchen do otherwise, this is simplicity itself and too bad it did not extend to the rest of the meal. Bland bruschetta, mussels okay but not exciting. Fish and chips the worst in a long time, overcooked, chips soggy. The helpings all around were huge, perhaps they believe quantity wins over quality. Verdict, fast food at expensive prices.
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