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3 out of 5 Based on 7 reviews


Adiva offers a delicious blend of Turkish and Lebanese cuisine, with the emphasis placed on fresh produce and aromatic herbs and spices. Full of charm and character, the interior features exotic lanterns, cosy lighting and a stylish dining area. <br/><br/>The extensive menu offers a range of tempting mezze and halal dishes, along with a good vegetarian selection. From the chargrill, diners can choose from dishes like Farrouj Mosahhab; grilled baby chicken marinated in garlic and lemon or grilled skewers of flavoursome marinated lamb cubes. The tasty fish and seafood dishes include grilled tiger prawns marinated in olive oil, garlic, lemon and Levantine herbs or seared salmon steak with crushed sumac.<br/><br/>With a warm colour scheme, Adiva features rich fabrics and ornate wooden furnishings. To complement your meal, the drinks menu features Lebanese Lemonade, perfumed with cardamom and orange blossom. A range of virgin cocktails or hot drinks are also available and diners may bring their own wine, with the condition of a small corkage fee.<br/><br/>A superb London fusion restaurant specialising in Middle Eastern cuisine, Adiva restaurant is within easy reach of Aldgate East Tube Station.

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43a Commercial Street, London, E1 6BD

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Adiva Restaurant

43a Commercial Street
E1 6BD
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3 out of 5 based on 7 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Adiva Restaurant

1.0 out of 5 22 August 2013
by Swati K.

I was here for a birthday party with some of my closest friends. I was expecting a wonderful time with great food. However my experience here was awful. The staff was very rude, we were not allowed to tweak any of our orders, which I understand can be difficult but they just snapped back to the point it was mean. They were talking about our table to each other and we could hear them! ( not...more

3.0 out of 5 8 January 2013
by Valerie S.

Popped into Adiva late one Sunday night, after the Jack the Ripper tour which ends near Spitalfields. So the first thing in their favor is that they are open late. They offer a wide range of middle eastern dishes, and my food was alright. Nothing super great, but still enjoyable.

They had a nice ambiance, featuring all kinds of interesting lamps, couches, and a large hookah--not sure if...more

5.0 out of 5 18 May 2012
by Robyn A.

I am really surprised at the other reviews! We have ordered from Adiva on just-eat and have been absolutely delighted each and every time.

The shish taouk (chicken kabob) is the best I have ever had. I don't know what kind of magic voodoo they do, but the chicken breast chunks are so, so juicy and tender! The hummus is delicious and garlicky. The rice is fluffy and flavorful.

The delivery...more

3.0 out of 5 7 February 2012
by Jason B.

This place is pretty decent without being exceptional - I had the mezzo platter so I could try a little of everything - the only real disapointment was the fallafel - it was dry and tastless - everything else was fine.

It's bring your own booze which is good but there were two large tables of guys all drinking a LOT of cans of lager and being pretty loud so dont expect a quiet romantic night...more

2.0 out of 5 4 February 2012
by Oli W.

I was excited to eat here as I love Turkish food and this place had just opened up.

A group of us went for lunch during the week. There was one other couple seated.

First, we waited a good 15-20mins after ordering our drinks. Then we waited around 30mins for our starters. Then about 25-30mins for the mains. Then, after finishing and waiting 20mins for the solitary waitress to take our...more