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Located on Commercial Street, Adiva is a friendly restaurant that offers a variety of Lebanese and Turkish cuisine.

Ranked #1413 of 5241 restaurants in London

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours
MON

12:00 - 15:00, 18:00 - 23:00

TUE

12:00 - 15:00, 18:00 - 23:00

WED

12:00 - 15:00, 18:00 - 23:00

THU

12:00 - 15:00, 18:00 - 23:00

FRI

12:00 - 15:00, 18:00 - 23:00

SAT

12:00 - 23:00

SUN

12:00 - 23:00

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Adiva reviews



By Alexis P.

Tastefully decorated east London/city eatery, very reasonablly priced healthy hearty grill meat and mezze options depending on how you like to dine, set menu format great with a little bit of everything. A real gem in that you can bring your own alcohol. Simple, non rushed and warm service, what more do you want for £17 on a sat night with entertainment. Best value eating I've found.


By ANNABEL F.

Amazing fun Saturday night. Staff was so professional and friendly at all times even when the restaurant was really heaving in the middle of the night. The food was great I loved my modern twist on the Iskender having lived in Turkey I really liked this healthy option. My cheese pastry just melted in the mouth was to die for, and grill hellim cheese with fig jam great combination. The belly dancer is such a great entertainer her warm interaction with the customers is nice and she puts on a great show. Great concept with the BYO alcohol and superb service with nice food, thank you all.


By Abs A.

Is the worst restaurant in tower hamlets, management and staff are uneducated and in need of severe training to enhance the customer service skills. What a disappointment and how embarrassing as I visited Adiva on Sunday with my family, management and staff shouting, screaming and swearing over a issue that could be settled in kind words. What a shocker as a manager was swearing all sorts at me and my family, shockingly the whole restaurant was empty and I wonder why? The funny thing is we didn’t even eat any food as on entrance to the restaurant the staff and management kicked off. I guess food must be rubbish just the service, I recommend Adiva to no one, and believe me all my friends and family and everyone I come across will know not to visit Adiva. I really hope management gets to read this and sorts the acts out and enrols in courses i. E. Business management and customer service because trust me you all need it.


By T G.

My Brother, fiancé and me walked in “Adiva” a Lebanese and Turkish restaurant found in east London next to the ‘city’. I took my car and found it very easy to park, after 6.30 it’s free. The restaurant does not sell alcohol and so you are left to your own devices. There are plenty of off-licences in the immediate vicinity. We were welcomed with genuine smiles, we were directed to our table, and menus came with complimentary olives. The staff were extremely attentive, in fact my brother appreciated that staff took great care over his beloved umbrella. My needs were much simpler...my beer went straight into a fridge and my glass never empty of the elixir! The staff were an affable bunch, I say “bunch” as a number of waiters and the owners would make sure all our needs were met. I was impressed that they also knew their menu and had knowledge of the ingredients used in making these sumptuous dishes. A great example of this was when I informed them a day before that I was allergic to parsley, which is the reason why I don’t venture into Turkish restaurants as much as I should. Since the food is freshly made on the day, including purchasing of meats and vegetables this posed no problem! They simply provided an equivalent but without the parsley. How about that for service! My Brother and I ordered grilled mixed meat dish with side dish of halloumi. The dish came with a perfectly made plain rice and stir fried vegetable cooked ‘al dente’, one could taste each type of vegetable and the rice had great texture, extremely light and fragrant. Lamb, beef and chicken were fantastic; I could actually taste the individual flavours of everything on the plate. But the halloumi dish was a revelation, the fig jam on the cheese was a perfect compliment it. My brother and I fought over the last piece of jam covered cheese. My brother’s fiancé had ordered falafel, rice, salad. The falafel and the salad with Lebanese croutons were fresh and were not greasy but crispy and had abs


By T G.

My Brother, fiancé and me walked in “Adiva” a Lebanese and Turkish restaurant found in east London next to the ‘city’. I took my car and found it very easy to park, after 6.30 it’s free. The restaurant does not sell alcohol and so you are left to your own devices. There are plenty of off-licences in the immediate vicinity. We were welcomed with genuine smiles, we were directed to our table, and menus came with complimentary olives. The staff were extremely attentive, in fact my brother appreciated that staff took great care over his beloved umbrella. My needs were much simpler...my beer went straight into a fridge and my glass never empty of the elixir! The staff were an affable bunch, I say “bunch” as a number of waiters and the owners would make sure all our needs were met. I was impressed that they also knew their menu and had knowledge of the ingredients used in making these sumptuous dishes. A great example of this was when I informed them a day before that I was allergic to parsley, which is the reason why I don’t venture into Turkish restaurants as much as I should. Since the food is freshly made on the day, including purchasing of meats and vegetables this posed no problem! They simply provided an equivalent but without the parsley. How about that for service! My Brother and I ordered grilled mixed meat dish with side dish of halloumi. The dish came with a perfectly made plain rice and stir fried vegetable cooked ‘al dente’, one could taste each type of vegetable and the rice had great texture, extremely light and fragrant. Lamb, beef and chicken were fantastic; I could actually taste the individual flavours of everything on the plate. But the halloumi dish was a revelation, the fig jam on the cheese was a perfect compliment it. My brother and I fought over the last piece of jam covered cheese. My brother’s fiancé had ordered falafel, rice, salad. The falafel and the salad with Lebanese croutons were fresh and were not greasy but crispy and had abs


By Katie S.

Adiva has it spot on in all categories, only been open a month but they seem to have nailed it. The food is really cracking, the meat tender well cooked, along with the sides, good virgin cocktails, lowest corkage around which makes it so good value for money. You sit in real nice surroundings, with beautiful wooden historic tables and lanterns listening to nice upbeat Turkish music. I had the Jawanah chicken wings for starter and Kridis which were both really tasty, for my main I had the Lamb Shank that came with a lovely creamy mash, really filling followed by pistachio cheesecake our bill for 2 for all of that came to £34! & The service didn't suffer as well, great idea no inforced service charge but well deserved to the sweet waiter who is really jolly and attentive he is Turkish and knows a lot about the food & culture. I have booked the Red vip section for my mates b-day Night, great section that allows u & mates to enjoy ur self in a hidden way. I'm back there this weekend. Keep it up!

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