Restaurant Mediterranea is a family run restaurant where Efisio, Matilde and head chef Edward work together to create a truly unique dining experience. We use authentic, locally sourced ingredients to create both modern and classic style dishes from across the Mediterranean, combined with a wide range of quality wines to compliment your meal.
Venue Details & Map
21 Westow StreetNorwoodLondonSE19 3RY
- Public transport:
- Gipsy Hill, National Railway
As a frequent diner in Crystal Palace, this is one restaurant we had not yet tried. Having seen the free checkin offer on Yelp, we were encouraged to have dinner there one evening.
We arrived maybe 6:30/7ish to an empty restaurant so was a little apprehensive at first. However, we had a friendly greeting as was able to sit where we liked.
We quickly found out that we should have checked...more
I have been here 3 times and I have never had a bad experience. The food is great, the atmosphere is great, the staff are great. I have been to most of the restaurants in the Palace and this is in my second favourite. If the Fish Stew is on the menu, try it. Sadly I have not tried a Pizza yet, but I will as they look amazing!more
A seriously good Sardinian restaurant.
The charcoal grilled marinated Calamari on mixed leaves salad & red peppers sauce to start was cooked to perfection. The main of Pasticcio (baked layers of grilled chicken fillets, vegetables, tomato & cheese sauce) was so filling that I unfortunately couldn't ift in dessert, whilst my partner's pasta dish with crab meat, garlic, chilli and coriander...more
I've been to sardinian a few times now, what a beautiful place... Then i found out that their was a little sardinian up crystal palace..
Mediterranean is a family run restaurant where Efisio, Matilde and chef edward work together to crate a truly unique dining experinece..more
Worth slugging out to Crystal Palace for. Several times.
When you combine Sardinian recipes, wine, and hospitality with a Ghanaian head chef and über-fresh local ingredients... Mediterranea.
Fabulous wine (try the whites, also ask Efisio to pair them up for you), a great menu with some lovely dishes. Completely un-stuffy. The only way you can go one better is by dropping £160 and going to...more