- Main course: £12
- Food spend: £25
- Opening hours
- Lunch Monday - Friday: 12:30 - 14:30 Sunday: 12:30 - 15:00 Dinner Monday - Saturday: 19:00 - 23:00
In Queen's Park, family-run Ida restaurant offers authentic home-cooked Italian cuisine, including delicious pasta specialities at reasonable prices.
With a homely, welcoming atmosphere, Ida features simple, stylish decor, an open kitchen and numerous pictures and posters adorning the walls. A charming London restaurant set in a picturesque Grade II Listed house, Ida provides freshly made hand-rolled pasta and a menu of recipes passed down through the generations.
The simple, rustic menu is full of Italian regional dishes, along with delicious home-made bread and ice creams. Sample dishes include veal escalope cooked with vodka, oregano and olives or the four cheese golden lasagne made with hand-rolled pasta and seasonal vegetables.
A well-priced wine list will complement your hearty meal at Ida restaurant.
167 Fifth Avenue, London, W10 4DT
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Customer reviews for Ida Restaurant
(((** 9 November 2011 by HRWright from London
I'd spotted Ida the first time I visited a friend who'd moved in just down the road and thought it looked really cute - traditional, local, a little bit ramshackle. The menu looked appealing too - traditional Italian with an emphasis on the home-made. We booked a table for 7pm on a Monday night and the restaurant opened at exactly 7pm so we were first into the empty room. Candles were only lit on three tables and the only other light was from the open kitchen so it was very dark - not in a romantic way either, just in a can't-see-the-menu way. Quite a few dishes either weren't available or had items substituted; shame, as the rabbit pasta I'd been fancying was now chicken pasta. Food was good, and portions substantial, but it took rather a long time to come. Service was fine - a bit haphazard and not especially communicative but nothing to complain about. The bill - [$] for two courses each, one bottle of wine (a nice Primitivo), one coffee, one liqueur and service, felt steep. I'd go back, but only if I happen to be in the area, and on a busier night when hopefully there'll be a bit more atmosphere and more attention to service.
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