This was one of my favorite meals on a recent trip to NYC. Cute little place in SOHO, I was impressed that it wasn't as DARK as so many places in the city. Even though crowded like most, you could easily hold a conversation without shouting. Service was attentive and offered recommendations when asked.
The food was so good! Our table started with huge shrimp cocktail and fried calamari. Both nice, but a little more breading on the calamari than I prefer. They also have an interesting cocktail menu and beer list.
Three of us ordered the Lobster Roll, one side of the grilled vegetables, and my husband got the Ravioli. Coming from TX, I have no idea what a lobster roll is supposed to be, but this was delicious. So much fresh lobster piled onto it, was very filling. My husband loved the huge ravioli, packed with lobster meat and served with a mushroom cream sauce. I had been eyeing the Blueberry Creme Brûlée on the dessert menu, but no one at the table made it that far.
Highly recommend Ed's!