Restaurants, Italian Holland Park
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Bright, minimally styled Edera provides a haven from the busy traffic of Holland Park Avenue. Well-off locals come here for simple yet elegantly presented Italian fare with a Sardinian bent. Prices seem to have been tailored to the upmarket neighbourhood, with several prestigious bins on the wine list reaching the £600 mark, and a truffle degustation menu set at £100 a head. But choose from the specials menu, and the remarkable selection of wines by the glass, and the expense can be contained. Sea bream ravioli with creamy artichoke sauce came with a generous sprinkling of black truffle shavings; at £12 it was better value than simpler pasta dishes on the menu, which are similarly priced. The dessert selection spans the usual tiramisu and sorbets to a quirky concoction of hazelnut ice-cream and black truffle, which will set you back £20. If they’re available, we recommend trying the exquisite sebadas: Sardinian cheese-filled puff-pastry parcels drizzled with honey. Service is attentive, but can be a bit sullen at times. Although Edera’s pavement tables are very tempting in fine weather, they’re only a few steps away from heavy, noisy traffic and exhaust fumes.


Venue name: Edera
Address: 148 Holland Park Avenue
W11 4UE
Opening hours: Meals served noon-11pm Mon-Fri; noon-10pm Sun.
Transport: Tube: Holland Park tube
Price: Main courses £15-£24.
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Rob Alka

Inept negligent waiters serving crudely presented dishes of uneven quality. No one questioned why my guests left their dishes largely uneaten. So I reckon the waiters already realise the kitchen is incapable of dealing properly with an unacceptable dish. The prices are commensurate with a top flight restaurant. Which therefore makes this place a rip-off. I guess there are a lot of people in Holland Park with more money than sense, so it might take a while for this place to close down